Storm Lake knows how to “Mingle, Jingle, and be Merry”

Remaining Ad Time Ad - 00:00

STORM LAKE, Iowa (KTIV) – Storm Lake has hosted a holiday celebration every year for the past 27 years.
This year’s theme was “Mingle, Jingle, and Be Merry”… and the town did exactly that.

People started gathering in the streets early, in anticipation for the lighted parade.
Many used that time to check out the local shops, get some free cider, or pick out a cookie from the bakery.
There were letters to Santa, caroling in the streets, and holiday music filling most of the shops.
This event brought out most of the town- bringing an appeal to just about everyone.

“There’s just something here that you just don’t find other places. And I think that’s in our people. And I think events like this bring everyone together. It brings people out so that you see what Storm Lake…what makes it special.” said Holly Schipper, Sugar Bowl Gift Shop

Kids of all ages lined the street to get candy, or just simply wave at the lighted parade.
Until the magic moment…when St. Nick joined the celebration in style…while riding in the basket of a fire truck.

Travis Hoffer

Travis Hoffer

Top Stories

STORM TEAM 4 FORECAST
Sioux City
21°
Yankton
23°
Spencer
23°
Norfolk
27°
Storm Lake
21°
Denison
23°
A nice recovery for Monday afternoon

A nice recovery for Monday afternoon

By mid-morning that fog clears away and we will be left with sunny skies and temperatures near 30 degrees.

Click for forecast details...
Connect With KTIV
Top Stories

New phishing e-mails hitting consumers this season

The e-mails appear to come from major retailers, Amazon and Apple, aimed at confirming purchases that were never made.

KTIV transmitter site maintenance work set for Monday

Full power is expected to return at 5 p.m. Monday.

Ernst says she’ll seek re-election to US Senate in 2020

The 48-year-old military veteran was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2014 after serving four years in the Iowa Senate.

Nebraska health officials: 2 flu deaths reported this season

The two 65-year-olds died from areas covered by the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department and the North Central District Health Department

Cohen filings spark talks of Trump impeachment

Michael Cohen filings renew discussion of Trump's impeachment.

Scroll to top
Skip to content