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Stories from Thursday, October 19, 2006

Remember our troops! (10/19/06)
PFC Traci Uit De Flesch D Company 2-10 Inf. Unit 48 3BLT 495 Iowa Ave. Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. 65473-8958 SSG Leonard A. Johnson 423rd Trans. Co. FOB Q West APO AE 09351 PFC Amber Bennett Operation Iraqi Freedom 425th TC DET 2/71st CSB APO AE 09334 Kyle D. Skaggs...
Lickiss wins quilt raffle (10/19/06)
The Maryhill Visitation Parish Guild quilt committee has been making guild quilts since 1982. Their first quilt was made from wedding dresses donated by the former Willow Hill Bridal Shop, and the Quilt Project has continued ever since. The money earned from the raffle of the quilts goes to a charity chosen each month by the group. The Maryhill Centennial quilt (1995) was auctioned off, rather than by the usual method of selling raffle tickets...
County farmer garners championship (10/19/06)
A cow bred and shown by Aurelia farmer Vernon Winterhof was named the Grand Champion Guernsey at the Clay County Fair in Sept. Winterhof's Logic Brioche, a five year old cow, received the honor from among the cattle shown by seven exhibitors from three states. Paired with her seven year old dam, the group was also the first place daughter-dam group...
Juvenile faces felony charge (10/19/06)
Schools were already increasing security An alleged threat to burn down the school resulted in charges on Thursday against a 16-year-old Washington High School student, according to the, Cherokee Police Department. Joshua Keith, 16, Cherokee, allegedly made the threat on Monday of last week...
Dogs roll 53-13 (10/19/06)
RUTHVEN - The Aurelia Bulldogs jumped off to a 26-0 lead at the 10:25 mark of the second quarter, en route to a resounding 53-13 football road win over District foe Ruthven-Ayrshire on Friday night. Gabe Fuller, whom Aurelia coach Myron Radke referred to as "a one-man wrecking crew," scored three touchdowns in the first and second quarters on short runs, and Jared Bruce threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to younger brother Aaron Bruce to start off the night's scoring...
G-H shuts out Lawton-Bronson (10/19/06)
Dean's 3 TDs lead 6-1 Pirates past Eagles HOLSTEIN - Coach Brad Knight's Galva-Holstein Pirates took on the Lawton-Bronson Eagles in Friday night football action at Holstein. Playing what the coach called his team's "best game to date defensively," Knight said "they are a good offensive team, and we stopped them cold."...
Eagles fall to district leader (10/19/06)
Woodbury Central stays perfect with hard-fought win MARCUS - The gritty Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn Eagles, playing as cool, calm and collected as their first-year coaching staff, stayed the course against undefeated Class A District leaders Woodbury Central here Friday night, before falling 21-10 in a hard-hitting, quality football game...
Lions devour Braves, 49-7 (10/19/06)
Cherokee never in big district road game ROCK RAPIDS - The highly anticipated game between two major Class 2A District foes turned into a rout here Friday night, as the 6-1 Central Lyon/George-Little Rock Lions roared past the 4-3 Cherokee Braves 49-7...
Finster/Rupp/son (10/19/06)
David Finster and Lindsay Rupp announce the birth of their son, Blaine Alexander, born on Oct. 8, at 7:23 p.m. He weighed 7lbs. and 4oz. and measured 20 1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Allan & Jean Rupp of Cherokee and Paulett Steiner of Guthrie Center and Jeffery Finster of Audubon...
Ockerman/Marshall (10/19/06)
Richard and Diana Ockerman of Cherokee announce the engagement and up coming marriage of their daughter Jennifer, to Kevin Marshall, son of Richard and Nancy Marshall of Alta. Jennifer is a 1994 graduate of Washington High School in Cherokee and a 2001 graduate of Faust Institute of Cosmetology...
Winding Roads: Get in step (10/19/06)
I would hope by now that seniors would recognize the value of congregate meals. I understand that some folks like preparing their own meals as it is another way to stay active. The problem for some is that when they live alone, they just don't like preparing more food than they can eat in a day or two...
The danger is still there (10/19/06)
Last spring, an Aurelia High School student died as the result of meningitis. A month later, there were two cases of Washington High School students becoming sick with the disease. A recent case of the disease by a student at Buena Vista University reminds us that caution still needs to be taken in order to avoid contacting or spreading the disease...