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Stories from Monday, October 4, 2010

Campbell and Pottebaum make campaign stop in Cherokee (10/04/10)
On Wednesday, Matt Campbell, Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives for Iowa's 5th District held a campaign event at the Cherokee Community Center. Campaigning along with Campbell was Marty Pottebaum, Democratic candidate for the Iowa State Senate from District 27...
Domestic Violence Awareness Month (10/04/10)
The Centers Against Abuse and Sexual Assault (CAASA) reminds everyone that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Their theme for the year is "Take a Stand Against Domestic Violence". During this month, CAASA will intensify their efforts to promote public awareness of domestic violence issues...
Iowa celebrates 4-H Week (10/04/10)
Iowa Governor Chet Culver has officially proclaimed Oct. 3-9 as 4-H Week in Iowa. The proclamation ties in with National 4-H Week activities in the state and throughout the country. The theme for National 4-H Week is "Taking the Lead." "Governor Culver's proclamation is a great honor for Iowa 4-H," said Chuck Morris, director of the Iowa State University Extension 4-H Youth Development program...
October is Fire Prevention Month (10/04/10)
As part of Fire Prevention Month, the Cherokee Fire Department will be having an Open House, along with hosting the Cherokee Chamber Coffee on Oct. 15. Chamber Coffee will start at 9:30 a.m. at the Fire Station at 300 West Elm Street and the Open House will continue until 5 p.m...
IDPH issues health recommendations for working with moldy crops (10/04/10)
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) recommends that respiratory protection be worn by individuals who will be involved in the removal or destruction of crops that were covered by flood waters and show signs of extensive mold. Exposure to moldy, damaged, dusty grain can cause significant health issues for people. ...
Chronicle Times mail address (10/04/10)
Area residents are reminded that the Chronicle Times discontinued its Post Office Box service more than one year ago and all mail should now be sent to the Chronicle Times at 111 S. Second St., Cherokee, Iowa 51012. We are still receiving mail addressed to the old P.O. Box, which causes the mail to be several days late when delivered by carrier...
Kuemper conquers Cherokee, 35-0 (10/04/10)
The 6th-rated Carroll Kuemper Knights established their superiority early by scoring on their first possession on the way to a 21-0 first-quarter onslaught, culminating in a resounding 35-0 District football win over an enigmatic Cherokee team here Friday night in the throes of celebrating Homecoming...
Ridge View XC runs at D-S meet (10/04/10)
DENISON - The Ridge View girls placed 6th and the boys 8th at the 16-team Denison-Schleswig Cross Country Invitatioan here last week. Ashley Drey led the Raptors in the girls race, finishing 6th in a time of 17:23, followed by Jessie Mathes 7th in 17:23, Rachel Hunt 41st in 19:14, Annie McAreavy 52nd in 19:54, Kate Mathes 58th in 20:18, Taylor Henry 74th in 22:21, and Nicole Brandt 76th in 23:13...
MMC-RU runners compete at Alta (10/04/10)
ALTA - The Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union cross country teams improved their individual times in a solid showing at the Alta Cross Country Invitational here last week. Junior Anna Wilcox placed 14th to medal and lead the MMC-RU girls in a time of 18:03, while senior Kelsey Sears was 19th and medaled in a time of 18:17...
MMC volleyball team stays busy (10/04/10)
The busy Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn volleyball squad went 2-1 at last Saturday's Granville Spalding Tournament, and then dropped a 3-0 match to highly regarded Hinton in Marcus on Tuesday. In the Spalding Tournament, the Eagles of coach Carla Weber beat the host Spartans 21-12, 21-19; and beat Aurelia 21-5, 21-7; before losing to Boyden-Hyll 17-21, 16-21...
Grace Rausch (10/04/10)
Grace Rausch, 95, of Emmetsburg, formerly of Spencer, died on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010 at Lakeside Lutheran Home in Emmetsburg. Services are pending and Warner Funeral Home in Spencer is in charge of arrangements.
Hinton-Larson Wedding (10/04/10)
Seth Larson of the band Something Underground, was married to Crystal Hinton on July 31 in the backyard of his grandmother Jerry Larson of Cherokee. The popular rock band, from Denver, Colo., has played frequently at the Cherokee Jazz & Blues Festival and at several Cherokee Summer Street Dances. Seth's brother, Josh Larson, is also a member of the band. Steve Larson and Vicki Poulson Larson, parents of the groom, are natives of Cherokee and now reside in Denver as well. Photos contributed...
Townsends celebrate fiftieth anniversary (10/04/10)
Ronald and Velma (Hohbach) Townsend will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary this fall. The couple were united in marriage at Trinity Lutheran Church in Cherokee on October 7, 1960, and they are now retired from their farming and livestock operation...
Economic Mood Swing (10/04/10)
Symphony sustained excellence (10/04/10)
The beat goes on both behind the scenes and on stage for the annual performances of the renowned Cherokee Symphony. Cherokee Symphony Association memberships are now available, and program advertising space can also be purchased. The money from both of these goes to support the Symphony and assure the best programming available as well as future programming...