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Stories from Tuesday, April 22, 2008

WHS girls fall at SL (04/22/08)
STORM LAKE - The Cherokee Washington High girls varsity tennis team dropped a 5-1 Lakes Conference verdict at Storm Lake Tuesday night in a meet cut short by cold, threatening weather. The teams completed the six singles matches and then called the doubles matches off after the Tornadoes came away with an insurmountable 5-1 lead...
Tennis Braves slam Storm Lake (04/22/08)
Cherokee boys now 3-0 for season The undefeated Cherokee Braves varsity tennis team ran its record to 3-0 last week by defeating visiting Storm Lake 6-3 in an exciting, competitive Lakes Conference match. Cherokee tallied four singles matches and two doubles matches to secure the important victory over a talented, veteran Tornado squad that boasts five seniors and a junior in its six-man varsity line-up...
Carol A. Ames (04/22/08)
Carol A. Ames, 60, of Sutherland, Iowa, passed away Thursday afternoon, April 10, 2008 at the Mercy Medical Center in Sioux City, Iowa following a seven year battle with cancer. Funeral services were held on April 14 at the Bethel Lutheran Church in Sutherland, Iowa. Pastor Leroy Riemer officiated. Burial was in the Liberty Township Cemetery at rural Meriden, Iowa...
Winding Roads: Parents and children in distress (04/22/08)
Whenever I think we have had a bad week of news for this country, the next week seems to try to outdo it. I don't know where to start. The 416 children taken control of by the state of Texas will be a challenge for all of those responsible agencies and groups who have the authority to manage what will happen next. ...
In good hands (04/22/08)
This time of year we should all pause to give thanks, and perhaps say a prayer, for the many dedicated storm spotters and emergency responders who lay their lives on the line in the threatening weather of spring and summer in the Midwest. From thunderstorms, floods, high winds, hail and lightning, to surprise spring blizzards and deadly tornadoes, these courageous men and women when summoned hurriedly man their "battle stations" to do their best to serve as vital cogs in the wheel of communication involved when threatening weather strikes.. ...