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Stories from Thursday, February 1, 2007

"Virtual Reality Archery" now in Cherokee (02/01/07)
Tigers upend Cherokee girls (02/01/07)
Carlson's 13 lead WHS against rated Spencer The surprising Spencer girls, rated ninth in Class 3A with a 14-3 record, had their hands full, but pulled away with a 31-19 scoring advantage in the second half to claim a 59-36 Lakes Conference win over Cherokee here on January 26.
Aurelia drops non-conference tilts (02/01/07)
AURELIA - Following a 57-43 loss to Wall Lake View -Auburn here on Thursday, Aurelia girls coach Marv Munden summarized the game in a brief statement: "We didn't shoot the ball very well, and they did." Though the team sank 11 of their 14 free throw attempts, they shot just 34% on two-point attempts, and missed the mark on all five attempts from three-point land...
Clarence O. Sindt (02/01/07)
Clarence O. Sindt, 88, of rural Correctionville, died Thursday morning, January 25, 2007 at his farm home east of Correctionville. Funeral services were Jan. 29 at 10 a.m, at the First United Methodist Church in Cushing. The Rev. Sheryl Ashley officiating. Burial was at the Holstein Cemetery...
Buster B. Jenness (02/01/07)
Buster B. Jenness, 89, of Cherokee, died Thursday evening, January 25, 2007, surrounded by his family in the Mercy Medical Center in Sioux City, following a fall at his home. Funeral services were Jan. 29, at 2 p.m. at the Boothby Funeral Home in Cherokee. ...
Legislative Report (02/01/07)
The House and Senate passed bills last week which will raise the minimum wage in Iowa to $7.25 in January of 2008. This amounts to about a 41% raise. During the last campaign Democrats said that if placed in control, they would increase the wage over a two-year period. So, here we are -- the first bill has passed and the first promise has been broken...
Winding Roads: Our leaders love pork (02/01/07)
I am still wondering who to believe. I have no idea of whether 21,000 more troops would turn the tide in leading to success in Iraq. I'm just puzzled why the national TV networks haven't tried to do more in-depth reporting of what society is like in Iraq. ...