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Stories from Monday, February 26, 2007

Pierson earns Master Photography degree (02/26/07)
SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Doug Pierson of Pierson Photography in Cherokee has earned the Master of Photography Degree from the Professional Photographers of America. The degree was presented to Pierson by PPA President Michael Taylor at the Association's annual convention, "Imaging USA," held January 14-16 in San Antonio, Texas...
Cherokee School Board discusses Aurelia sharing (02/26/07)
2007-2008 school calendar is approved An overture to the Aurelia School District, currently pondering possible sharing agreements with either Cherokee or Alta school districts, approval of the 2007-2008 school calendar, and an informal request by Sergeant Bluff-Luton School Community School District to join the Lakes Conference highighted Monday's Cherokee School Board meeting...
MMC sends two to state (02/26/07)
Lorene M. Pruett (02/26/07)
Lorene M. Pruett, 91, a resident of the Cherokee Villa Nursing & Rehab Center died Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2007. Funeral services were held Saturday, Feb. 24th, at 11 a.m. at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Cherokee, with Pastor Richard Arndt officiating. Burial was in the Cedar Cemetery near Larrabee...
Whitlock/son (02/26/07)
Rebecca and Billy Whitlock from Bryant, Ark. proudly announce the birth of their first child. Joshua William Whitlock was born on December 1, 2006. He weighted 9 lbs. and 1oz. and measured 21 inches long. Proud grandparents are Jeanne Jackson from Cherokee and Gary Jackson from Douglas, Wyo., and Sammy and Debra Whitlock from Mayflower, Ark...
Nelson/daughter (02/26/07)
Ken and Wendy Nelson of Sutherland announce the birth of their daughter Abigail Marie Nelson. She was born on February 14, 2007 and weighed 7 lbs. and 2 oz. She measured 21 inches long. Abigail was welcomed home by her four brothers Kody, Patrick, Samuel and Thomas. Grandparents are Ken and Molly Lee from Cherokee, Jim and Diane Beck from Sutherland and Dennis Nelson of Cherokee. Great-grandmother is Phoebe Mummert of Cherokee...
Beware the con artist (02/26/07)
As springtime approaches, word has it that home repair scams will be operating at record highs throughout the United States, with their focus remaining on the elderly and naive. Spring is prime time for such con artists as we all catch a slice of spring fever and begin contemplating fix-up jobs such as painting the house, barn, garage, or other outbuildings; shingling the roof; gutter repair or replacement; improving landscapes; trimming, removing, and/or planting shrubbery and trees, etc...