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Stories from Friday, February 9, 2007

Hesse to remain in Marcus (02/09/07)
MARCUS - Hesse Chevrolet, Inc. has provided quality sales and service to the area for 35 years and according to the business owners, Dave Stevenson and John Ryan, and they plan on serving their valued customers for many years to come. However, as of March 1, 2007, they will be teaming up with Nuebel Chevrolet, Inc. of Le Mars...
MMC teams sweep R-A (02/09/07)
MARCUS - The Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn basketball teams steamrolled non-conference foe Ruthven-Ayrshire here on Feb. 1, the Eagle girls claiming a resounding 67-27 win, and the MMC boys prevailing 47-35. Four players hit double figures to lead the MMC girls to victory, with Samantha Taylor scoring 15, Anna Klingenberg 13, Caitlin Johnson 12, and Kaylee Dreckman 11. Cassidy Smith led the visiting R-A gals with 10 points...
Mat Braves split at Sloan (02/09/07)
Halverson runs season record to 36-0 SLOAN - Cherokee's wrestling Braves split a double dual here last week, defeating host Westwood 54-27, and falling 32-21 to Hinton. Tyler Halverson, Cherokee's top-ranked Class 2A grappler at 130 pounds, pinned both foes to put his astonishing season record to 36-0, including 27 falls. His career prep record to date is 158-14-14, with 97 falls...
4th-ranked Indians run away with 65-44 win (02/09/07)
SPIRIT LAKE - The state's fourth-ranked Class 3A girls basketball club, boasting a sparkling 17-1 record, proved too much for the Cherokee Washington High girls here on Feb. 2, as the Spirit Lake Indians claimed a 65-44 Lakes Conference victory. The highly competitive game took a turn for the worse in the second quarter, with the Indians balzing away with a 16-5 scoring run to break open a 19-18 game to take control with a 34-21 halftime lead. ...
Winding Roads: Taking matters for granted (02/09/07)
Many of us take many things for granted. Just because we perceive or handle certain situations in what we believe is a responsible manner, it doesn't mean others do. There are many people who wander through life without worrying what could possibly happen if they fail to act in a responsible manner...
Is Stress Making You Sick? (02/09/07)
According to the National Institute of Health, 80 to 90 percent of all illnesses are either directly or indirectly caused by stress. In another study conducted by the Center for the New American Dream, researchers found that more than 50 percent of Americans would be willing to take a day off work without pay in an effort to feel less stressed and have more time with their families...