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Stories from Thursday, December 6, 2007

Scam attempt made in Cherokee (12/06/07)
Selecting a prom dress at a fair price (12/06/07)
The Marc-Ettes, a Marcus civic organization, has come up with a great service idea on what to do with prom dresses that are just like new and could be a great bargain for another young gal wanting to look her best at this coming year's prom. Right after Christmas, many teens are hitting the shops wanting to find a dress they like and at the same time, be affordable. ...
Remember our troops! (12/06/07)
Stonecutters take two at Humboldt (12/06/07)
The Aurelia/Galva-Holstein/Schaller-Crestland wrestlers competed in a double dual here Thursday against Estherville-Lincoln Central and Humboldt, and came away with two hard-fought wins. The coaches were happy with the effort and progress they are seeing from their young team, saying the kids are "working hard and showing improvement day by day."...
Ethel L. Anderson (12/06/07)
Ethel L. Anderson, 91, of Cherokee, passed away Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007 in the Cherokee Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held December 3 at the First Baptist Church in Cherokee. Pastor Larry Nilson officiated. Burial was in the Oak Hill Cemetery in Cherokee...
Winding Roads: Value Local Efforts (12/06/07)
I spent half a day shopping in Sioux City on Wednesday so I could actually return three items purchased two weeks prior. I hit two stores and while there, took the opportunity to ask clerks how did the day after Thanksgiving go. One did not open in the wee hours while the other opened at 5 a.m...
Could conventions serve old role? (12/06/07)
For several years, the national presidential nominating conventions of the major parties have become anti-climactic events, going through the formal motions of naming candidates who have already been decided through the process of state primaries and caucuses...