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Stories from Monday, June 15, 2009

Street Dance downtown Sat. June 27 (06/15/09)
Reunion Planned (06/15/09)
The Washington High School Class of 1984 is currently planning their 25th class reunion and need some help locating several of their classmates. If you think you can help them find these missing classmates, you are aksed to call Keisha Todd at 712- 368-5155 or email farmboy369657@hotmail.com...
Remember our troops! (06/15/09)
Nick Daum 407 AEG/ECES/FP APO AE 09331 --- A1C Benjamin M. George 14032 W. Mustang St. #3792 Luke ASB, AZ 85309 --- Brad Bunt 5813 Arnold St. #1304 Tinker AFB, OK 73145 --- Lucas P Pyle 1/25 SBCT HHC BTB K-9 FOB WARHORSE APO AE 09336 --- Seth Foresman...
Heroes Unite Campaign benefits Blood Bank (06/15/09)
The Siouxland Community Blood Bank's 9th annual Heroes Unite donor recruitment campaign began on June 1. Heroes Unite is a competition between Siouxland communities to see who can collect the most units of blood to reward their fire and rescue squads with a cash prize...
Cherokee County veterans make Washington pilgrimage (06/15/09)
What does the number 180,100 mean to the World War II veterans from Cherokee County? It means that the veterans were part of that number of World War II veterans who have gone on the Honor Flights from across America since the program began in 2005. They were on the Honor Flight that flew out of Sioux City on June 2 , 2009, to go to the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.. On the flight were 108 veterans and 60 guardians, many from the Cherokee County area...
Galva- Holstein school awarded Vision Iowa Grant (06/15/09)
Iowa Governor Chet Culver announced the awarding of $6,327,000 in Vision Iowa grants to seven projects around the state on Wednesday, following the conclusion of the meeting of the Vision Iowa Board in Iowa City. Among the projects selected to receive grants, which are funded from the Community Attraction and Tourism (CAT) Fund of the Iowa Department of Economic Development, was The Performing Arts Center at the Galva- Holstein school. ...
Benefit held (06/15/09)
On June 7, Careage Hills hosted a benefit for Marilyn Peck. Marilyn is the administrator at Careage Hills and is currently undergoing chemotherapy treatments. Much appreciation is extended to those who helped make the event a huge success. Photo contributed...
UI, WITCC to offer on-site bachelor degrees (06/15/09)
IOWA CITY - The University of Iowa has partnered with Western Iowa Tech Community College in Sioux City, and Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids to bring UI course work to these community college campuses in Fall 2009. Graduates who have earned Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science, or Associate of Arts degrees may take two UI classes during the fall and spring semesters. ...
#1 Braves win 2 more Lakes games (06/15/09)
It hasn't been easy, but the #1 Class 2A Cherokee Braves baseball team continued its winning ways here last week, defeating a dangerous Estherville-LC club 10-3 Wednesday night, and then sneaking past a quality Le Mars team 1-0 in a pitching duel featuring two crafty lefties...
Bulldog girls lose to East Sac, 12 -2 (06/15/09)
The Aurelia High School softball girls dropped a 12-2 decision to East Sac County at Sac City on Monday. Erin Laursen pitched for the Bulldog girls, striking out four. Audrey Winterhof, Courtney Bruce, and Heather Balantyne had the Bulldog hits.
Cmelik - Kuehn engagement (06/15/09)
Whitney DeAnna Cmelik and Michael Steven Kuehn, together with their parents, are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Whitney is the daughter of Mark and Lisa Cmelik of Aurelia. She is a 2005 graduate of Aurelia High School and graduated in May 2009 from Minnesota State University in Mankato with a degree in K - 12 Special Education. She will be continuing her education in her chosen field at Minnesota State University in Moorhead...
Beware of charity fraud (06/15/09)
Iowans are known throughout the land as being understanding and receptive to their fellow man, to charities and to good causes. However, this warm humanitarianism is too often taken advantage of by outright scams that pocket charitable donations, or by professional fund-raisers that devour as much as 80-90 percent of the donations in "fund-raising expenses."...