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Stories from Friday, September 17, 2010

Cherokee Zone Fall Rally (09/17/10)
The Fall Rally for the Cherokee zone of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod will be held Sept. 28 at Peace Lutheran Church in Marcus, beginning with Registration and Coffee & Dessert at 6 p.m., followed by a business Meeting. The speaker will be Sally Bohman, who will talk about "Lessons form the Journey of Aging Parents." The Human Care Committee will be present a skit entitled "Patchwork of Wisdom" and Pastor Gruber will have Opening Devotions...
Egg Bake Brunch in Cleghorn (09/17/10)
The public is invited to the Cleghorn Community Center's Annual Egg Bake Brunch, which will be held on Sunday, September 26, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Center. There will be egg bake goods, biscuits & gravy, fruit cup, rolls and breads plus beverages...
Singer/songwriters return to Cherokee (09/17/10)
Diona Devincenzi, Suzanne McNeil and Jill Miller are three lovely and talented ladies who are based in Nashville, Boston and Sioux City, respectively. The three met at a songwriting workshop in Nashville a couple of years ago and hit it off immediately...
County hikes offer to City on LEC move (09/17/10)
Among the issues discussed at this week's Cherokee Board of Supervisors meeting were ongoing negotiations with the City of Cherokee regarding space issues at the Cherokee County Law Enforcement Center (LEC). Last week the Cherokee City Council split on a 2-2 vote over the proposal from the Board to give the City the vacant Department of Human Services building on West Maple Street to move the Cherokee Police Department (CPD) from the LEC...
Police Department to move into DHS building (09/17/10)
After the County sweetened the kitty, the Cherokee City Council went all in Tuesday night to accept the County's proposal to relocate the City Police Department out of the Law Enforcement Center to allow for expansion and upgrades to the County Jail and Sheriff's Department...
'Assisted Living Week' (09/17/10)
A large crowd gathered for a community coffee at The Gardens in Cherokee on Thursday, in honor of National Assisted Living Week, Photo contributed
Times Gone By (09/17/10)
On account of the rain the plowing match had to be postponed Thursday until the next day and this day opened anything but propitious, but as the good housewives had prepared stacks of good things for the tables which would not keep, it was decided to go on with the event but with many misgivings as to the result. ...
It's Football Friday again (09/17/10)
Cherokee XC teams improve times (09/17/10)
STORM LAKE - The times continued to improve for the Cherokee cross country teams at the Storm Lake Invitational here Tuesday night. The girls placed 13th in the team competition ans the Cherokee boys, featuring just four varsity runners, did not figure in the team standings...
Cherokee VB team falls (09/17/10)
STORM LAKE - The Cherokee Washington High volleyball team dropped three hotly-contested Lakes Conference games to Storm Lake here Tuesday night. The host Tornadoes escaped the battling WHS girls by game scores of 25-19, 25-21, 25-21. "These were exciting, close games to watch," said Cherokee coach Julie Hummel. ...
MMC girls beat WEC VB foes (09/17/10)
The Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn volleyball team handled two War Eagle Conference foes recently, beating Granville Spalding on the road 3-2 on game scores of 25-27, 25-23, 25-12, 18-25, 15-8; and sweeping West Sioux in Marcus 3-0 on game scores of 25-12, 25-12, 25-16...
Stellish / Gehlsen Engagement (09/17/10)
Together with their parents, Sadie Lynn Stellish and Daniel Allan Gehlsen are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Sadie is the daughter of Janet Sundberg of Cherokee and Kenneth Stellish of Aurelia, and Dan is the son of George and Roberta Gehlsen of Dell Rapids, South Dakota...
Rupps celebrate Golden Anniversary (09/17/10)
DuWayne and Ethel (Cresap) Rupp were united in marriage on September 17, 1960 at Immaculate Conception Catholic church in Cherokee, and the couple celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with family and friends on June 5th and 6th. The Rupps have three sons and one daughter. Michael and his wife Christy live in Cherokee; Patrick and his wife Cindy live in Omaha; Susan and her husband Stephen live in Yuma, Arizona; and Father Dan Rupp lives in Burlington, Vermont...
GOP disintegrating ? (09/17/10)
Project targets fire safety for children (09/17/10)
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has announced a joint project titled "Strengthening the Impact of Fire and Life Safety Messages on Children." The goal is to determine the best way to communicate fire safety messages to children ages 3-9. Each year approximately 290 children ages 3-9 die as a result of fire in the United States...