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Stories from Friday, April 29, 2011

Council approves sewer, water line contracts (04/29/11)
The Cherokee City Council Tuesday night approved contracts for a sewer pipe lining project in the alley south of West Maple Street adjacent to the City Library, and for a new water service line in Koser Spring Lake Park to accommodate a proposed new camping area on the east side of the lake...
Cherokee County Legacy Foundation awards (04/29/11)
The Cherokee County Legacy Foundation's annual grant distribution dinner was recently held with over $90,000 distributed to organizations throughout Cherokee County. This year's group of grant recipients included several Cherokee organizations. Grants were given to the Cherokee Symphony, Cherokee Co. ...
Pit bulls who attacked girl put to sleep (04/29/11)
SIOUX CITY -- A pair of pit bulls that attacked a former Cherokee youth have been put to sleep. The Plymouth County sheriff's office says 10-year-old Breanna Buenger was playing in a fenced-in area at the house where she lived at 22652 Iowa Highway 3, near Akron, on April 13 when she was mauled by two pit bulls...
Times Gone By (04/29/11)
Mrs. Ed Miller, residing on Tremont street, was bound hand and foot and gagged in her home by unknown parties on Friday evening between 8:30 and 9 o'clock. The occurrence is an unusual and mystifying affair and has so far kept those who are on the case baffled. ...
MMC boys win R-U Rocket Relays (04/29/11)
MARCUS - The Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn boys notched seven first-place finishes on their way to claim the team title of the Remsen-Union Rocket Relays in Marcus Monday night. In the girls competition, the merged teams of Kingsley-Pierson and Woodbury Central combined to win the team crown, with MMC a close third...
"The Birthers" (04/29/11)
Every day Earth Day to Iowa's Farmers (04/29/11)
On April 22, millions of people around the world celebrated the 41st anniversary of Earth Day. The idea behind the day began back in the "hippie culture" of the 1960's, but was not officially observed until 1970. Earth Day is certainly a deserving holiday that recharges and encourages us to honor the planet and all living things that inhabit it...