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Stories from Thursday, March 15, 2007

First line of defense (03/15/07)
Hy-Vee buys Valley Pharmacy (03/15/07)
No changes anticipated for longtime Cherokee business DES MOINES - Officials with Hy-Vee Inc. have announced the purchase of Valley Pharmacy and Valley Gifts & More at 800 N. Second St. in Cherokee. According to Hy-Vee, the businesses will remain at their current location and Valley Pharmacy will operate as a satellite pharmacy of the Cherokee Hy-Vee Food Store. The change is effective Monday, April 2...
Area men honored at State Tournament (03/15/07)
Three Bulldogs All-NWC (03/15/07)
Jacob Bruce, Fuller, Winterhof earn honors The Northwest Conference has released the 2006-2007 All Conference Basketball selections, and three Aurelia Bulldogs were among the honorees. Forward Jacob Bruce was named to the first team, center Gabe Fuller to the second team, and guard Tanner Winterhof received honorable mention. All three Bulldogs are seniors...
Lonneman/daughter (03/15/07)
Steve and Mary Lonneman of Sergeant Bluff announce the birth of their daughter Autumn Rose Lonneman. Born March 1, 2007 she weighed 6 lbs. and measured 18 1/2 inches long. Welcoming her home were two sisters Abby and Avery. Grandparents are Francis and Patricia Olson of Cherokee and Marlyn and Joyce Lonneman of Spirit Lake...
Comstock/son (03/15/07)
Eric and Claudia Comstock of Cherokee announce the birth of their son Cole William Comstock. Born on March 6, 2007 and weighed 9 lbs. and 1 oz. and measured 22 inches long. Welcoming him home was one brother Aiden John. Grandparents are Carolyn Troth and her late husband Bill Troth of Cherokee and John and Rita Comstock of Cherokee. Cole's arrival was long anticipated. He was a week overdue...
House Will Vote On Cigarette Tax (03/15/07)
The first funnel has come and gone, and this week will be a busy time for those trying to figure out which bills are dead for this year and which ones will advance. There was minimal floor debate in the House as time was set aside for committee work. There are some important pieces of legislation which need to pass and there are some that should never see the light of day...
On your mark, get set, grill! (03/15/07)
After a few months of freezing, sub-zero temperatures, biting winds, and way too much snow and ice, the wondrously warm weather the past few days have folks thinking "outdoors." With the arrival of the "outdoor" season comes the outdoor cooking season (although some of us fire up the grill throughout winter) and health experts advise outdoor chefs to keep food safety in mind every time out...