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Stories from Monday, November 30, 2009

Preprints now available online (11/30/09)
In addition to finding local news, sports, a community calendar and hundreds of photos, visitors to www.chronicletimes.com can now find coupons, inserts and other bargains. The Chronicle Times is among a group of community newspaper companies from across the United States that have joined forces to launch Zip2Save.com, a national website that features online preprints, coupons, deals, travel specials and more. ...
The Christmas Tree is Lit (11/30/09)
A good-sized crowd came out to Gillette Park on Thanksgiving evening, November 26, to watch the lighting of the 70-foot Great White Pine, marking the unofficial start of the Christmas season in Cherokee. Photos by Paul Struck.
Jazz and Blues Festival ready to rock Jan. 8-10 (11/30/09)
The plans for the 10th annual Cherokee Jazz and Blues Festival have now been set, with the immensely-popular event taking place on Friday Jan. 8 through Sun. Jan. 10, 2010. And this year will feature the return, after a few years' absence, of one of the favorite entertainers from past Cherokee Festivals, New York City trumpeter Mark Pender and his band. The gifted, colorful Pender plays trumpet and guitar for the Max Weinberg 7, the house band for the Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien on NBC...
Poinsettias, anyone? (11/30/09)
Rhoadside Blooming House has a roomful of poinsettias for sale now, some to other area florists and the rest to the general public. Photo by Dan Whitney.
Trip to the museum (11/30/09)
Linda Burkhart, Director at the Cherokee Sanford Museum, is shown with a group of Cherokee Roosevelt Elementary students from Lynette Hyndman's second grade class who spent time at the Museum to learn about historic Native American customs last Tuesday. See more photos in the 'Visit to the Museum' Photo Gallery. Photo by Mike Leckband...
What's Wrong With This Picture? (11/30/09)
This photo of a convertible driving down Main Street in Cherokee was taken on Monday, NOVEMBER 23 - in IOWA! The photo has not been "doctored" in any way - check out the Christmas decorations and theater marquee.
Cherokee Thunder wins Regional National Award (11/30/09)
OMAHA, Neb. - Cherokee Thunder Truck and Tractor Pull won the prestigious "Pull of the Year" Award at the Regional National level from the Outlaw Truck and Tractor Pulling Association (OTTPA) during their Awards Banquet on Saturday, November 21 in Omaha, NE...
Dress for the season (11/30/09)
As the winter weather appears - and stays - and we focus on making sure our homes, offices, and vehicles are ready for another long winter, we shouldn't fail to think about ourselves and proper clothing whenever we must venture out in frigid temperatures and wet conditions...
Memorial Presbyterian Church to host Advent Tryst (11/30/09)
Advent Tryst services will be held in Cherokee on four consecutive Wednesdays in December. The Advent Tryst will begin on Dec. 2 at the Memorial Presbyterian Church of Cherokee at 9:30 a.m. in the sanctuary. Following each Tryst Service, refreshments will be provided by the women from Memorial Presbyterian Church and St. Paul's United Methodist Church...
Remember our troops! (11/30/09)
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Build Coupon 'Library' by Saving Weekly Inserts (11/30/09)
The Coupon Queen In previous columns, I've stressed the need to hold on to all of the coupon inserts we receive each week in the newspaper. The biggest mistake that "casual" coupon users make is to cut out the coupons for the items they think they'll buy and then toss the rest of the insert into the recycle bin. As you likely know by now, this is the biggest mistake that people make with coupons. In tossing the insert you throw away coupons for items that will be free later...
From the Midway: Just part of a gamer's life (11/30/09)
It's been said that Generation X is a generation that bridges the old and the young. As part of that 'why bother generation,' I feel like we have missed out on all the fun that our parents and older siblings experienced with history as well as the experiences of the newer generation, who are comfortable with new technology. We got our feet in both worlds...