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Stories from Thursday, September 29, 2011

Remember our troops! (09/29/11)
With many service personal returning from Afghanistan, we ask the public to review the names and address on the Troop List so we can provide a current account of our service men and women. If you know of a change on the list, please notify the Chronicle Times. Thank for you continuing support...
LSFC hosts final all-night Catfish Tournament (09/29/11)
CORRECTIONVILLE - The Little Sioux Fishing Club of Correctionville will hold its final all-night Catfish Tournament Saturday night. Registration will be from 4-6 p.m. at Little Sioux Park south of Correctionville. Weigh-in will be by 10 a.m. Sunday morning at Little Sioux Park. All teams must weigh their own fish, and no late weigh-ins will be accepted...
'Katie's Crusaders' march on in fight against cancer (09/29/11)
Katie's Crusaders was created in 2009 when Katie (Schueder) Mangan was diagnosed with Stage III Breast Cancer. The goal was to help Katie and her family, Tim, Haleigh, and Hannah make ends meet while she concentrated on fighting for her life. They were so overwhelmed by the generosity of their family, friends and communities that they live in and grew up in that they decided to "Pay Forward" Katie's Crusaders and help other young adult families in need. ...
Cherokee's 'Start Somewhere' walks scheduled for October 7 (09/29/11)
Even the greatest journeys start with a single step. In our quest to make Iowa the healthiest state, all Iowans are being invited to take our first strides together at noon on Friday, October 7 in statewide Start Somewhere Walks. In Cherokee, organized walks will begin in several locations, and will all end at Fareway to show a unified community effort. Following are the walks being held in Cherokee on October 7:...
Chamber Coffee (09/29/11)
This week's Cherokee Chamber Coffee will be held at 9:30 a.m. Friday at the Cherokee Villa. Iowa Senator Feenstra of Hull will be attending the coffee. When the new Iowa Senate Districting goes into effect, Cherokee will be included in Senator Feenstra's District, replacing Senator Bill Anderson, who will lose Cherokee, but pick up Plymouth County...
Breast Cancer Awareness Ride scheduled (09/29/11)
Letsche's Bike Shop of Cherokee is proud to be one of 102 Trek Bicycle Dealers across the United States and Canada that has scheduled a bike ride to help combat breast cancer. The bike ride will be held on Saturday, October 8, starting at 1 p.m. The ride will begin from Letsche's Bike Shop...
MMC VB team shut out at Hinton (09/29/11)
HINTON - The Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn volleyball girls traveled here on Tuesday for a War Eagle Conference match-up with Hinton and the Black Hawks weren't the most hospitable of hosts, sending the Eagles back home with a 3-0 loss. Game scores were 13-25, 13-25, 21-25...
Unbeaten L-B blitzes Ridge View (09/29/11)
HOLSTEIN - Matt Smith completed 10-12 passes for 280 yards and three touchdowns to lead the undefeated Lawton-Bronson Eagles to a convincing 48-20 District football win over Ridge View here Friday night. Smith fired TD passes of 61 yards to Tanner Bates, 55 yards to Garrett Oates, and 57 yards to Luke Skinner. In addition, McKenna Oehlerking rushed for two TDs, and Bates rushed for one more to round out the 5-0 Eagles scoring. Smith also kicked six PATs for L-B...
WHS drops 3-2 VB match to SL (09/29/11)
SPIRIT LAKE - The enigmatic Cherokee Washington High volleyball team lost a hard-fought 3-2 Lakes Conference battle to Spirit Lake last week after winning the first two games. Cherokee lost by game scores of 25-20, 26-24, 17-25, 21-25, 12-15. Megan Carlson led a strong Cherokee serving game with 17-18 and two aces, followed by Shanon Shafer 17-20 and two aces, Kaitlyn Miller 15-19 and five aces, Denise Freed 14-17, Megan Hummel 13-14 and two aces, and Clare Tuttle 10-12 and one ace...
Warrior boys win own XC Invite (09/29/11)
ALTA - The Alta-Aurelia varsity boys took first place in Monday's Alta-Aurelia Cross Country meet here, scoring 55 team points to beat second-place Sioux Central by 15 points. South O'Brien finished one point behind Sioux Central, and they were followed by Manson NW Webster and Hinton. Despite their 5th place finish as a team, Hinton's Drew Schlitz was the individual champion, with his time of 16:37 beating the runner-up, MNW's Daniel Patterson, by 1:02...
Cherokee wins A-A VB Tournament (09/29/11)
ALTA - The Cherokee Washington High girls showed that they came to play here Saturday, sweeping all foes to win the Alta-Aurelia Volleyball Tournament with four consecutive wins. Cherokee beat Clay Central Everly 21-11, 21-12; Graettinger-Terrill 21-10, 21-14; Alta-Aurelia 21-9, 21-14; and Remsen St. Mary's 21-9, 21-9 for the tourney victory...
At the Library (09/29/11)
It's great to see the boys and girls at our pre-school story time again. This weekly program is held every Tuesday from 10:30 -- 11 a.m. for children who are three, four, or five years old. Come and enjoy the fun as we listen to stories, songs, rhymes, and make simple crafts. The dates for October story time is Oct. 4, 11, 18, and 25...
Harvest safety a concern (09/29/11)
We know the dry conditions and recent spell of fantastic fall weather has allowed most area farmers the opportunities to become fully engaged in the fall harvest. And, area farmers, residents, and motorists are cautioned that there is plenty of activity in the fields and on the rural roads as farmers ramp up their harvesting work. Harvest safety must be on the minds of all concerned...