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Stories from Thursday, August 25, 2011

C'ville anglers hosts second all-night cat fishing contest of summer (08/25/11)
On August 20, our area's avid anglers lost little time in taking their rods, reels, bait cans, magic amulets and six packs of their beverages of choice and stampeding off to their favorite secret fishing holes on the river. This migration in the direction of the watery parameters of the Little Sioux was precipitated by the opportunity to compete in the Correctionville Little Sioux Fishing Club's second All-Night Catfish-Catching Marathon of the summer...
County accepts proposed boundaries for Supervisor Districts (08/25/11)
The Cherokee County Board of Supervisors met with members of the Cherokee County Temporary Redistricting Commission on Tuesday at the Cherokee County Courthouse. Among the Commission members present at Tuesday's meeting were Gil Bremicker, Ken Ogren and Lynn Winterhof...
WITCC Plant Fund Levy on School Election Ballot (08/25/11)
On the September 13 School Election Ballot, Western Iowa Tech Community College of Sioux City, with branch campuses in Cherokee and Denison, and satellite facilities in Le Mars and Mapleton, will seek renewal of the current physical plant levy. This levy is not a new tax. ...
Chamber Coffee (08/25/11)
This week's Cherokee Chamber of Commerce Coffee is a Red Ribbon Cutting for Air Methods -- the new Air Medical Service. Because they want people to be able to look at the helicopter outside, the Chamber is going to do things a little different from their normal morning coffee routine...
Quimby Class of 1951 meets (08/25/11)
Earlier this year, members of the Quimby Class of 1951 met for their 60th Class Reunion. Pictured, left to right, are Dewitt "Bud" Sones, Roger Bevins, Darrel Todd, Barb Volkert, Laverne Gano, Ronald Fox, Gerald "Mick" Brown and Monteno Leonard. Photo contributed...
Library News (08/25/11)
I recently read an article in Footnotes, the newsletter put out by the State Library, that I found interesting. The title is "Have Book Sales Hit the Skids?" I am going to recap it as it is an issue we have been wondering about at the Cherokee Public Library...