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Stories from Monday, October 11, 2010

Col. Reinert nominated for Brigadier General (10/11/10)
President Obama has recently nominated Army Reserve Col. Patrick J. Reinert, of Cedar Rapids, for promotion to the rank of Brigadier General and assignment as Chief Judge, (Troop Program Unit), U.S. Army Legal Service Agency, Arlington, Va. Reinert is currently serving as senior military judge. As an Army judge, Reinert is commander of the 150th Judge Advocate General Detachment in Alexandria, Virginia, an Army Reserve Unit composed of military judges presiding over court-martials worldwide...
New dentists in Marcus (10/11/10)
MARCUS - Marcus will soon have two dentists in town in a brand new building with the latest in technology to take care of any dental problems one may have. Dr. Karl and Dr. Sara Koelling are just as excited and happy as the community for getting this type of service in the Marcus area. ...
Council reviews CFRD proposals (10/11/10)
At the recommendation of City Administrator Don Eikmeier and with the blessing of the City Council, the City and Cherokee Fire & Rescue Department (CFRD) are in the process of establishing a vehicle replacement schedule for the department so the City can better plan financing in advance of any necessary vehicle replacement...
Yard waste pickup Thursday, Friday (10/11/10)
Yard waste will be picked up again in the city of Cherokee on Thursday or Friday, Oct. 14 & 15, whichever day is your normal recycling day. Put the yard waste at your regular pickup location in paper sacks, boxes or garbage cans. Branches must be bundled in four foot lengths...
Volleyball tourney pairings (10/11/10)
DES MOINES - The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union released the pairings for this year's post-season volleyball play on Wednesday. Cherokee Washington will open Region 1 Class 2A play on Tuesday, October 19, when they play Unity Christian on Unity's home court in Orange City. ...
MMC-RU XC teams run strong (10/11/10)
KINGSLEY - The Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union cross country teams ran strong at last week's Kingsley-Pierson/Woodbury Central/Lawton-Bronson Invitational here, with the Eagle girls placing 5th in the rugged competition, and the boys placing 7th...
WHS snags VB win over E-LC (10/11/10)
The Cherokee Washington High volleyball team put it all together and came away with an exciting 3-1 Lakes Conference victory over Estherville-LC here Thursday night. Cherokee claimed game scores of 25-16, 25-22, 21-25, 25-23. "We just played great tonight," said a pleased Cherokee coach Julie Hummel. "We came out with enthusiasm and the desire to win. We played so well as a team. We dug the ball well and really mixed up our hits. It was a great win for our team."...
Giants a 3-2 victory over Atlanta (10/11/10)
ATLANTA (AP) -- Brooks Conrad stood near second base, all alone. He didn't dare go near Braves manager Bobby Cox, standing on the mound making a pitching change. Finally, teammate Derrek Lee wandered over, giving Conrad a pat on the back. Nothing helped. All Conrad could do was bend over in anguish...
Braves fall at East Sac County (10/11/10)
WALL LAKE - East Sac County showed it's a team to be reckoned with in Class 2A District playoff possibilities after fashioning a solid 33-8 victory over Cherokee's Braves here Friday night. In a discombobulated prep football game, with too many lengthy officials' conferences, changed calls, and officiating gaffes on both sides of the ball that left coaches scratching their heads for both teams, the Indians persevered after fashioning a 14-8 halftime lead, and building on that with a touchdown in the third quarter and two more TDs in the fourth to seal the deal.. ...
Questioning Competence? (10/11/10)
Fire damage losses critical (10/11/10)
In honor of Fire Prevention Week this month, we thought the following alarming statistics of fire losses timely. In 2009, fires caused more than $16 billion in direct property loss. Fires in residential properties caused $9 billion of it. Findings are from a report of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)...