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Order flowers and gifts from One Of A Kind located in Sioux City IA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 420 Pierce Street, Sioux City Iowa 51101 Zip. The phone number is (712) 252-9641. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about One Of A Kind in Sioux City IA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. One Of A Kind delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
One Of A Kind
Address:
420 Pierce Street
City:
Sioux City
State:
Iowa
Zip Code:
51101
Phone number:
(712) 252-9641
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Find One Of A Kind directions to 420 Pierce Street in Sioux City, IA (Zip 51101) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 42.49499, -96.404906 respectively.

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Aug 15, 2016

Friday's Sports Transactions

HP Victor Capellan to Winnipeg for cash. LAREDO LEMURS — Released INF Nick Jewett. LINCOLN SALTDOGS — Released RHPs Casey Collins and Graham Johnson. SIOUX CITY EXPLORERS — Sold the contract of RHP Connor Overton to the San Francisco Giants. SIOUX FALLS CANARIES — Released RHP Lance Fairchild. Signed INF Patrick Fiala and RHP Jose Ortega. WICHITA WINGNUTS — Signed RHP Luis Pardo. WINNIPEG GOLDEYES — Signed RHP Jimmer Kennedy. Can-Am League OTTAWA CHAMPIONS — Released C TJ Wharton. QUEBEC CAPITALES — Released C Scott David. ROCKLAND BOULDERS — Released LHP Donnie Joseph. TROIS-RIVIERES AIGLES — Traded RHP Kaohi Downing to Sussex County to complete an earlier trade. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CLEVELAND CAVALIERS — Signed F LeBron James to a three-year contract. Women's National Basketball Association CONNECTICUT SUN — Announced the resignation of general manager Chris Sienko. FOOTBALL National Football League BUFFALO BILLS — Signed QB Tyrod Taylor to a contract extension. TENNESSEE TITANS — Claimed LB Amarlo Herrera off waivers from Indianapolis. OLYMPIC SPORTS USADA — Announced American weightlifter Crystal Riggs tested positive for a prohibited substance and accepted a six-month sanction. SOCCER United Soccer League SACRAMENTO REPUBLIC — Agreed to terms with F Wilson Kneeshaw. COLLEGEMISSISSIPPI STATE — Announced sophomore QB Elijah Staley has been granted a release and will transfer. NYU — Named Todd Kolean men's and women's diving coach. OKLAHOMA STATE — Named Cody Halsey men's and women's assistant track and field and cross country coach. SHAW — Named Dana Hubbard director of athletic marketing and advancement. SOUTHERN CAL — Announced senior men's basketball F Charles Buggs is transferring from Minnesota. WESTERN KENTUCKY — Announced junior men's basketball G Lamonte Bearden is transferring from Buffalo. (The San Diego Union-Tribune)

Jun 22, 2016

Today's best bets around Siouxland

Sioux City Farmers Market: Enjoy locally grown produce, baked goods and hand-crafted items 8 a.m. to1 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays at Tyson Events Center Suite Parking Lot, corner of TriView Avenue and Pearl Street. Visit www.siouxcityfarmersmarket.com or call 712-279-4850 for more information.  "Exploring Nature with Lewis & Clark”: Following in the Corps of Discovery's footsteps, kids, will explore plant life along the Missouri Riverfront. They'll collect fallen leaves and flowers to create nature mosaics 10-11 a.m. at Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, 900 Larsen Park Road. Visit www.siouxcitylcic.com or call 712-224-5242 for more information on this free program. June Dairy Month Open House: Join us for a free, family-friendly event to celebrate June Dairy Month 4-7 p.m. at Maassen Dairy, 4723 Hickory Ave., Maurice, Iowa. The event includes a dairy farm tour, kids activities, and a free meal, milk and ice cream treats. Visit www.wiadairy.com or call 712-441-5308 for mo... (Sioux City Journal)

Apr 22, 2016

Murder victim 'spent her life caring for others'

Hooker, Sioux Falls, SD; her mother, Lee Ann Julian, Sioux Falls, SD; her sister, Sheila (Jim) Arends, Sioux Falls, SD; her brother, Scott Borchers; Sioux City, SD, her step brothers, TJ  Embertson and Aric Embertson, Sioux Falls, SD; her step sister, Bristy Embertson, Homosassa, FL; her aunts, Mary (Lyle) Huemoeller, Sioux Falls, SD; Roxy Burden, Sioux Falls, SD; Julie (Al) Ercanbrack, Bertram, TX, her uncles, Jay Julian, Donelson, TN; Cal Julian and Guy Julian, Sioux Falls, SD, Richard (Linda) DeRemer, Trent Woods, NC; Jim DeRemer, Parkville, MD; Harold (Mary) Smith, Sioux Falls, SD; her cousins, her nieces, and a very large extended family.  She was preceded in death by her father, Richard Smith, her maternal grandparents Betty Miller and George Julian; her paternal grandparents, Irene and Ernest Smith, her step-sister, Jennifer King; her uncles, Melvin Smith, Loren Smith, George Burden; her aunts, Lugene Theel, Elizabeth Smith, Bonita Voress, Beverly Peterson; cousins, Ashley Julian-Hammerly; Shannon Ingalls. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal! ~author unknown Words cannot adequately express our gratitude to those who extended their sympathy, love, support, and helpfulness to us so beautifully during this tragedy.  May you all be richly blessed.  The family of Jennie Smith-Solorzano. In Lieu of flowers please consider a memorial directed to: College For Jennie's Kids 0001 at Sioux Falls Federal Credit Union 605-334-2741 PO Box 5735 Sioux Falls, SD, 57117-5735 Read or Share this story: http://argusne.ws/1XN6M8Y ... (Sioux Falls Argus Leader)

Feb 3, 2016

Thunderstorms could erupt in Midwest alongside cold front

Iowa, where Democrats and Republicans gathered for caucuses Monday night. Habhab said he couldn't see more than a half-mile outside his Sioux City location. After some early cancellations at Des Moines International Airport, flights were running as scheduled by late Tuesday morning, airport officials said. All the candidates made it out, beginning the weeklong trek to the New Hampshire primary. Delivering the mail in such bad weather stinks, said letter carrier Mark Rettele from his post office in Ralston, Nebraska, which he reached after a perilous 30-minute drive from his home seven miles away. "There are parts of my route I won't be able to get to until tomorrow or possibly the day after," Rettele said. In Nebraska, the brunt of the storm dropped more than a foot of snow on areas to the north and west of Omaha. The wind created drifts several feet deep, and thunderclaps could be heard amid the snowfall. Greg Dial with the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center said warm air from the Gulf of Mexico kept the snow at bay farther south and was bringing unusually high winter temperatures to many states. The temperature in Evansville, Indiana, for example, was forecast to peak at 69 degrees on Tuesday. ___ Josh Funk reported from Omaha, Nebraska. Associated Press reporters also contributing to this report were Colleen Slevin in Denver; Dirk Lammers in Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Heather Hollingsworth in Kansas City, Missouri; and Nelson Lampe and Margery Beck in Omaha, Nebraska. © 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. (Roanoke Times)

Feb 2, 2016

John Richard Miller April 1, 1949 – Jan. 22, 2016

John Richard Miller, 66, of Bloomfield, New Mexico, passed away January 22, in Farmington, New Mexico. John was born in Sioux City, Iowa, to John and Dorothy Miller on April 1, 1949.He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Art.John is survived by his adoring wife, Denice Miller; his sister, Marge Sanchez; his children, nieces, nephews, and his many grandchildren.The Miller children include Michael John (Daniel Smith), Abby Lynne (Nic Stark), and Rick Daniel (Amber Mathes). The Mohler children include Shana (George) and David “Shane” (DeDe) Mohler.John graduated from Worland High School in 1967 and went on to attend college at the University of Wyoming and Casper College. He served many years in the National Guard, and worked in the oilfield for 40 years, both in the United States and overseas. He loved his job very much and always returned to the field with enthusiasm.John was an avid fisherman, hunter, golfer, bowler and grandfather. He put 110 percent into everything he did. Just to be around him was a gift. He had a smile and a giggle that were infectious; you would always smile and l... (Uinta County Herald)

Feb 2, 2016

Tea time: Steeped in history, leafy drink is attracting plenty of buzz

SIOUX CITY Every day, roast master Joel Lester is surrounded by the robust aroma of specialty coffee beans at Caturra Coffee Roasting Company. Yet increasingly, he is becoming attracted to another type of hot beverage: tea. "I wasn't much of a tea drinker until we started carrying the stuff," Lester said. Caturra Coffee Roasting Company is inside Coffee King, 316 Floyd Blvd. "Once I started learning about different types of tea, I've been drinking it every morning." And he isn't alone. According to the Tea Association of the U.S.A. Inc., an independent authority for the industry, tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world, after water. On any given day, more than 158 million people in the U.S. drink tea. In 2014, Americans consumed more than 80 billion servings of the beverage, either heated in a cup or served ice-cold. The caffeinated drink originated in China in 2737 B.C. "All tea comes from the leaves or buds of a plant (called Camellia Sinesis)," Lester said. "Whether... (Sioux City Journal)

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