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Since 1882 the Sioux County Capital Democrat has been the principal newspaper in Sioux County serving local readers.

It is one of the largest circulating newspapers in Sioux County with a subscribership in excess of 1,800.

The silent auction at the Saturday, Dec. 13, Reach Out event at MOC-Floyd Valle High School was a part of the annual MOC-Floyd Valley and Unity Christian fund-raiser for families battling illness in the community. For more, see the December 18 issue.
Destiny Einerwold of MOC-Floyd Valley works against Daneille Eben of George-Little Rock in the December 9 game in Orange City. See the December 18 issue for more.

Santa waits with a bag of goodies, courtesy of the Alton Chamber of Commerce, but this little needed a little urging from dad before approaching the old saint. Santa visited the Alton Public Library on Saturday, Dec. 13.

Morgan De Jong of MOC-Floyd Valley battles for a rebound in action in Orange City as the Dutch opened their basketball season on December 2. For more, see the December 11 issue.


The heaviest circulation for the Sioux County Capital Democrat is in the south section of Sioux County, serving primarily the cities and rural routes of:

Orange City, Alton, Hospers, Sioux Center, Maurice, Sheldon, Granville, Boyden, Hull, Rock Valley, Hawarden, Ireton

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