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Stories from Monday, July 6, 2009

Valley Vet adds two new veterinarians (07/06/09)
Valley Veterinary Center, located at 908 S. Second St. in Cherokee, now has four full-time Doctors of Veterinary Medicine, in addition to another DVM one day a week, to serve the animals of Cherokee and Ida Counties. Drs. Steve Benson and Mark and Brit Carlson welcomed Melissa Friedrichsen to the practice at the end of May, and Rachael Johnson joined the Valley "team" as a full-time DVM on June 8...
Washington High School Registration (07/06/09)
Registration for the 2009-2010 school year for high school students will be held Aug. 3, 4 and 5 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. You will not be able to register via mail-in for the high school. Juniors and seniors are asked to come on Monday, Aug. 3, sophomores on Aug. 4 and freshmen on the Aug. 5. Though it is preferable to show up on the correct day, students can register on any day...
New Sands Of Iowa manager ready to serve producers (07/06/09)
MARCUS - As of July 1, Sands of Iowa has a new manager , who hails from Western Kansas. Stan Remington will become a familiar face to many area farmers as they come in to do business at SOI. Chuck Sand has decided it is time to slow up a bit and have some time to enjoy life. ...
Contributors to 4-H Foundation sought (07/06/09)
The Cherokee County 4-H Foundation Board of Directors is launching their nineteenth annual fund drive, according to Bruce Amundson, board president.Funds collected are used to support and promote many activities and programs offered to youth and 4-H'ers in Cherokee County. ...
Wind Energy Service Company keeps turbines spinning (07/06/09)
INDEPENDENCE, KS - A vital sector of the booming wind power industry is in wind repair as many older turbines that have been in service for more than two decades are beginning to wear out. Reflecting this air of progression, Wind Energy Services Company (WES) marks the inception of its FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) wind energy service and repair operations in Independence, Kansas and Sweetwater, Texas by announcing the opening of its third strategically located operation in Worthington, Minnesota.. ...
Donations being accepted for Cherokee native (07/06/09)
Remember our troops! (07/06/09)
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MMC girls surprise Akron-Westfield (07/06/09)
CLEGHORN - The young Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn softball team continued to show vast improvement on both sides of the ball here Wednesday night, with an exciting 10-9 War Eagle Conference upset over #3 Akron-Westfield. The Eagles, led by veteran former Cherokee coaches Steve Blair and Leo Hupke, rocked to a 10-1 lead over the 21-7 Westerners after scoring one run in the first inning, eight in the fourth, and another in the fifth, while A-W scored one in the third...
Lady Pirates lose in 10 (07/06/09)
EARLY - The Galva-Holstein/Schaller-Crestland softball girls lost a heart breaker to Odebolt-Arthur on Wednesday night at Early, losing by the score of 6-5 in 10 innings. Ace GHSC hurler Jaime Christensen pitched all 10 innings, and gave up 10 hits and six runs, three of them earned. ...
E-LC shuts out Cherokee girls, 7-0 (07/06/09)
ESTHERVILLE - A quality Estherville-LC softball team shut out youthful Cherokee 7-0 in Lakes Conference softball action here Wednesday night. Midget pitcher Katie Bosch struck out 12 Cherokee batters in her seven innings of work, while allowing no runs on three hits and one walk...
Braves handle E-LC on the road (07/06/09)
ESTHERVILLE - Junior lefty Gordy Gill limited a dangerous Estherville-LC club to just one run on three scattered hits and five walks, with two strikeouts in four innings of work, to lead #3 Cherokee to an 8-4 Lakes Conference baseball win here Wednesday night...
From the Midway : Who said you can't home again? (07/06/09)
The other week I had some time off. I spent my vacation puttering around the home, camping out with some friends, and of course, spending one day with my mother. The other major thing I did was something I've been putting off for far to long. For you regular readers of this column you may know that I once worked at Arnolds Park Amusement Park for several years when I was younger...
Consumer fireworks can prove deadly (07/06/09)
With the Fourth of July just passed, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) again warns of the dangers associated with consumer fireworks. NFPA is the coordinator and co-founder of the Alliance to Stop Consumer Fireworks, a national group of health and safety organizations that have joined together to take a stand against the use of consumer fireworks...