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Stories from Monday, April 11, 2005

World Figure Touches Cherokee Family (04/11/05)
By Nancy Nelson, Staff Writer It is always amazing how one person can affect a person's life. People have opportunities in this life to affect people in any manner they choose. There are many people who choose to affect people in positive ways and play a huge part in the world's humanity...
Teacher Feature: Demarest Duo Student Teach at RV (04/11/05)
By Ron Flewelling This semester, the students at River Valley are on the business end of some tag team teaching, compliments of the academic aggregation of Luke and Deborah Demarest. The Demarest duo, who also just happen to be husband and wife, are experiencing the work-a-day world of academia as they turn in student teaching duties at RV Elementary...
Library celebrates 100 years (04/11/05)
By Ken Ross Some historians refer to Andrew Carnegie as a ruthless railroad tycoon and industrialist but there is no question that his role as a philanthropist has an enduring impact on the lives of Americans, including in Cherokee. Through Carnegie's efforts, libraries were built throughout the country. A Carnegie library was completed in Cherokee in 1905, replacing a much smaller library originally established by the Cherokee Ladies Library Association...
Annual Meeting highlights SVMH series (04/11/05)
By Paul Struck, Editor The recent series of articles detailing the history and on-going changes at Sioux Valley Memorial Hospital in Cherokee as it transitions into the future of regional health care with an enhanced identity and compelling new image, will culminate with an article concerning Monday night's SVMH Annual Meeting...
Gray Matter: Small Town, USA's main attraction (04/11/05)
There is a lot to be said for living in Small Town, Rural America. I live in the house we moved into nearly 58 years ago.  I  hope to continue living here for as many more years as God allows. We did some remodeling for accessibility and convenience during the later years of my husband's life, so the easy-access steps, grab bars, etc. are all in place, but that is really not the deciding factor...