Gray Matter :'Those times' may have been the best
(Column ~ 09/06/06)
'Those times' may have been the best Not long ago I walked in on a conversation between two young friends of mine just as one asked loudly, "Can you possibly imagine living back in those times?" I discovered they were discussing the way our foremothers lived close to a century ago. Her tone of voice troubled me a bit. Since then, I've been thinking a lot about her question. ...
Off to school - follow me!
(Local News ~ 09/06/06)
Wendy Richardson, second grade teacher at Roosevelt Elementary, had two special students this summer - her son Tyler and her daughter Taylor. Richardson, who lives at 1502 Susan Avenue with her family, taught first grader Tyler and kindergartener Taylor the route to their school (Roosevelt), as well as bike safety rules...
WHS volleyball team is runner-up
(High School Sports ~ 09/06/06)
WHS volleyball team is runner-up 3rd rated Sioux Center beats Cherokee in West tourney SIOUX CITY - Cherokee's improving volleyball team won three of five matches on the way to a runner-up finish at the rugged Sioux City West Tournament here Saturday...
(Engagement ~ 09/06/06)
Ann Hanson and Jerry Carter, both of Des Moines, would like to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. The bride is the daughter of Marty and Marcia Hanson of Strawberry Point, former Quimby residents, and the granddaughter of Bernice Hanson of Quimby and Bob and Edra Broich of Carroll. The groom is the son of Dennis and Cindy Carter of Hamlin and the grandson of Richard and Frances Carter and Gerald Fox of Audubon...
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