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Stories from Monday, May 23, 2011

City hosts public meeting with Cable TV provider (05/23/11)
Mediacom representatives were in Cherokee Tuesday night for a public meeting after being asked to attend the meeting by the City of Cherokee to hear concerns from citizens regarding quality and service issues of the large, national Cable TV provider...
O'Brien County Tourism announces cemetery tour (05/23/11)
PRIMGHAR -- O'Brien County Economic Development Corporation, in conjunction with O'Brien County Tourism, is seeking historical stories of O'Brien County as well as volunteers to help with their upcoming June 2, "Where the Journey Ends" Cemetery Tour...
Supervisors closer to finding GIS/IT technician (05/23/11)
The Cherokee County Board of Supervisors are one step closer in filling the new position of the Assessor's former Geographic Information Systems (GIS) position that will be combined with an Information Technician (IT) position. On Tuesday Cherokee County Human Resources Director Kristi Petersen told the Board that the search is narrowed down to three candidates...
Collecting for the March of Dimes (05/23/11)
Jana Chase, center, President of the Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) group at Cherokee Washington High School, is surrounded by the students in Meribeth Adams' homeroom. Adams' fourth grade class brought in the most money in the recent collection for the March of Dimes. ...
First day State Meet competition (05/23/11)
Cherokee High School Soccer Team (05/23/11)
Front row , left to right - Ricardo Bustos, Sarah Johnson, Vance Kreutz, Manny Bustos, Nick Keith, Shelby Perkins, Michael Herwig, Christian Vande Lune Back row : Carl Bechtel, Daniel Brosamle, Edgar Castro, Juan Razo, Gerson De Lao, Sergio Gochez. Jose Morales, Coach Nick Erdmann...
A penny saved is not worth the effort (05/23/11)
If not for the superstition that a picking up a penny conveys good luck, any such coin dropped on the sidewalk would stay there until it was swept away along with other debris. Adages involving the penny date back to when the coin was more than just a nuisance...