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Stories from Thursday, September 28, 2006

MVC champion Wolverines clip G-H 3-2 in tight volleyball contest (09/28/06)
CORRECTIONVILLE - River Valley coach Marlene Baumann said that Tuesday night's Maple Valley Conference volleyball match with Galva-Holstein was a tough chore "after last night's emotional roller coaster" (when the Wolverines won the Maple Valley Conference tournament)...
Nelson leads Cherokee runners (09/28/06)
Top-rated Kara beats second-ranked Wibben HULL - Kara Nelson of Cherokee Washington High, the state's top-ranked runner in Class 2A, won her fifth (of six) cross country meets this season by claiming first place at the Hull Western Christian Invitational here Tuesday...
MMC wins Spalding VB tourney (09/28/06)
GRANVILLE - The Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn volleyball team won the Granville Spalding Tournament Saturday, defeating host Spalding Catholic 21-18, 21-14; falling 15-21, 12-21 to Aurelia; and beating Boyden-Hull 21-19, 21-15. The Eagles returned to Granville Tuesday night in War Eagle Conference action and beat the Spartans again, 25-14, 25-13, 25-22...
River Valley wins MVC VB (09/28/06)
RV takes ot BC-IG in championship ODEBOLT - Fast-improving River Valley handled tough Battle Creek-Ida Grove 21-12, 18-21, 15-7 on the way to a resounding championship of the 2006 Maple Valley Conference Volleyball Tournament here Monday night. The Wolverines of coach Marlene Baumann, defeated Woodbury Central in the semifinals here Monday 21-18, 21-13, while the Falcons beat Lawton-Bronson 21-16, 21-13 in the other semifinal...
Spencer takes out Cherokee, 3-0 (09/28/06)
SPENCER - The talented Spencer volleyball team put a hurtin' on the streaking Cherokee Washington High club with a 3-0 sweep in Lakes Conference action here Tuesday night. Playing their second tough Lakes match in as many nights (Cherokee beat Storm Lake Monday night), the WHS lasses could not contain the explosive TIgers on their home court, falling by game scores of 25-17, 25-21, 25-13...
Charlene DeAun McKinnis (09/28/06)
Charlene DeAun McKinnis, 81, of Aurelia, died Monday, Sept. 25, 2006. A funeral service at Mt Olive Baptist Church, 6080 S Avenue, Cherokee, is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 30 at 10:30 a.m. A memorial service at Grandview Christian Home, 135 Fern Street N., Cambridge Minn. will follow on Oct. 24, 2006 at 10:15 a.m. in the Main Chapel...
Paulson/Stines (09/28/06)
Katherine Jo Paulson and Elijah James Stines announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Katherine is a 2002 graduate of Bon Homme High School. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Contemporary media and journalism and will graduate in December of 2006 form the University of South Dakota...
Ross Rambles: Some thoughts about the council (09/28/06)
For some months now, the Cherokee City Council meetings have regularly had high attendance. Many of them stay until the very end of the meeting. This is a contrast to past years when I was sometimes the only person in the room besides those at the long table - which included the five council members, the city clerk, the mayor, the city administrator (a position the city no longer has) and the city attorney (who no longer attends every meeting)...
Keep the positives (09/28/06)
Although we all welcome the much lower prices for gasoline, we hope that progress continues on the positive moves that were motivated partly by high fuel prices. It still makes sense for economic, political and environmental reasons to develop alternatives to fossil fuels. Much of the oil we use is controlled by governments hostile to the United States. Some of these governments even provide support for terrorists...