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Stories from Thursday, January 28, 2010

Cherokee MHI receives national recognition (01/28/10)
The Cherokee Mental Health Institute has been honored by the Alternatives to Seclusion and Restraint Recognition Program. This is a program sponsored by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), in partnership with the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD)...
Reminder to keep sidewalk clean (01/28/10)
Slips, trips, and falls are in the back of most minds this time of year due to the icy conditions that comes with winter weather. For mail carriers, newspaper-carriers and delivery persons, this time a year can result in serious injury as a result from suffering a fall. This is a good time to remind residents of Cherokee to why it's important to keep sidewalks clean and clear of snow...
Chamber Coffee at Gasthaus (01/28/10)
This Friday's Chamber Coffee will be at The Gasthaus, 214 W. Main St. in downtown Cherokee, beginning at 9:30 a.m.
Mid-Sioux teams with Iowa Rock & Roll Music Association (01/28/10)
REMSEN -- Mid-Sioux Opportunity, Inc. has teamed up with the Iowa Rock & Roll Music Association to host a "Rock the Roof Road Show." The dance will be held Saturday, Jan. 30 at the Avalon Ballroom in Remsen. Tickets for the event are $10 per person and can be purchased at the door. ...
Marcus Meriden Cleghorn Honor Roll (01/28/10)
The following students have been included on the 'A' first quarter honor roll at the Marcus- Meriden- Cleghorn School: Seventh Grade Megan Bush Kaya Hantsbarger Kassi Kellogg Nathan Ruba Ninth Grade Jared Gross Derek Simonsen Mallory Roseen Alissa McDermott...
WHS to have benefit dance Saturday night (01/28/10)
Cherokee Washington High School will be holding a dance on Saturday night from 9 until midnight, with all proceeds going to the Haitian relief effort. The cost of admission is $8/couple or $5/single. Public donations are also welcome, and may be sent to the Student Council at Washington High School...
IHSAA boys' basketball tournament seeding (01/28/10)
Iowa High School Athletic Association Board of Control approved the Iowa Basketball Coaches Association recommendation that tournament seeding be used in all classes. There will be sixteen (16) districts with eight or nine teams in each district. games teams have played through Saturday, January 30...
Ridge View girls top WC, 58 - 29 (01/28/10)
Nicole Snyder and Chelsea Clayton both scored in double figures Tuesday to lead Ridge View to a 58 - 29 first-round Western Valley Conference Tournament win over Woodbury Central. Snyder scored 15 points while Clayton scored 13, along with five boards, an assist and two steals. ...
Number 1 OA-BCIG rolls over RV (01/28/10)
IDA GROVE - The Odebolt-Arthur/Battle Creek-Ida Grove girls, ranked #1 in the Iowa Class 2A rankings, rolled over the River Valley girls 82-31 in first-round Western Valley Conference Tournament action here on Tuesday. The Falcons (13-1) were led by Jessie Pauley and Ashley Zobel, who each scored 24 points...
Aurelia cancels Feb. 9 game (01/28/10)
Aurelia High School Athletic Director Grant Peckenschneider announced that the Bulldog non-conference varsity and junior varsity basketball games at Clay Central-Everly on February 9 have been cancelled. With all of the recent weather-related postponements, CC-E has had to move a conference game, which takes precedence, to that date...
Check It Out: How 'Catalina' Coupons Help You Save (01/28/10)
If you've shopped for groceries at a large supermarket, you've undoubtedly noticed the long "string" of coupons that print out at the register along with your store receipt. These checkout coupons, or "Catalinas," as coupon shoppers commonly call them, are...
Shively - Leavitt Engagement (01/28/10)
Jim and Belinda Leavitt of Marcus are proud to announce the engagement of their son Kevin to Sarah Shively, daughter of Debbie Shively and Rick and Sarah Shively, all of Council Bluffs. The bride-to-be is a 2006 graduate of Abraham Lincoln High School in Council Bluffs, and will be graduating this spring from Northwestern College, with a bachelor of arts degree in music and a minor in business. ...
At the Library (01/28/10)
Jobs (01/28/10)
Dress for the season (01/28/10)
As the annual winter weather and accompanying frigid temperatures plague us 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...