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Stories from Monday, November 1, 2010

Dr. Daniel Gillette resigns at MHI (11/01/10)
Dr. Daniel Gillette, who has been employed as a psychiatrist at the Cherokee Mental Health Institute for close to a decade - serving as either Acting Superintendent or Superintendent for close to seven years - has resigned his position with the State of Iowa...
Aurelia Board readies for compliance visit (11/01/10)
AURELIA - The Aurelia School Board met in a special session on Thursday to consider a request for a one-day field trip to Omaha by a group of high school science students and their teacher. The Board reviewed the trip itinerary from teacher Will Dibel and approved the Oct. 29 trip to several Omaha area sites for Dibel and 34 Environmental Science and Biology students from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes...
Cherokee rail line removal starts today (11/01/10)
A reminder - The CN Railroad project, removing rail line and ties in Cherokee from the vacated rail line - beginning at West Cherry Street and continuing northeast through the City to the north side of Iowa Highway 3 - begins today (Monday). As part of this project, East Bluff Street, North Roosevelt Street and Hayward Street will each be closed temporarily for the street portion in the railroad right-of-way to be resurfaced during the project, which will be completed in about one week, weather permitting.. ...
Monster Hunt winners (11/01/10)
Ben Cox and his family were the winners of the 2010 Monster Hunt Web Contest that was sponsored by the Chronicle Times and various local businesses. Pictured, left to right, are Chris Reed, Chronicle Times Sales Representative, Anna Cox, John Cox, and Pam Cox of Cherokee. The Cox family took home the grand prize of $130. Photo by Mike Leckband...
Extension to offer 'Learning with Lunch' Series (11/01/10)
Have you ever wanted to attend some short, fun classes, but wondered where you'd have the time to fit them in? Lunch time is a great opportunity to fit some quality education into your life and have fun while doing it. Iowa State University (ISU) Extension in Cherokee County is partnering with Western Iowa Tech Community College and Hy-Vee to offer the new Learning with Lunch Series. The series consists of educational workshops with different topics scheduled...
Hymn Festival scheduled this Sunday (11/01/10)
Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Cherokee will be celebrating the church year with a Hymn Festival at 3 p.m. Sunday. The festival will feature a community choir, congregational singing, instrumentalists, and a series of readings. Guest organist for the service will be Dr. Scott Hyslop of St. Lorenz Lutheran Church in Frankenmuth, Michigan...
Remember our troops! (11/01/10)
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Youth Wrestling sign-up Thursday (11/01/10)
The registration sign-up for the Cherokee Youth Wrestling Club is set for 5-6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Cherokee Middle School. Entry fee is $30 for one child, and a $50 maximum for families with two or more children. There also is a $25 refundable deposit for the wrestling singlet...
State Cross Country Meet (11/01/10)
Banse - Campuzano / daughter (11/01/10)
Ashley Banse and Fernando Campuzano of Cherokee are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Savanna Lee Campuzano, at 6:56 a.m. on Oct. 25, 2010. Savanna weighed 7 lbs. 3.1 oz. and measured 19 3/4 inches long. Grandparents are Terry and Jeff Reinert of Larrabee and Maribel and Eduardo Campuzano of Cherokee...
Why Do I Do It? (11/01/10)
Newspapers reach three in four adults (11/01/10)
More than 71 percent of adults, or 165.6 million people, read a newspaper in print or online in the last week. In addition, newspapers continue to attract consumers with buying power, with 80 percent of adults in households earning $100,000 or more reading a newspaper in print or online each week...