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Stories from Monday, December 12, 2011

Remember our troops! (12/12/11)
- Editors Note With many service personal returning from Afghanistan, we ask the public to Please review the names and addresses on the Troop List below so we can provide an accurate current account of our service men and women. If you know of a change that should be made to the list, please notify the Chronicle Times. Thank for you continuing support...
Donation to FFA (12/12/11)
Pfizer Animal Health partners with customers to contribute to FFA and AABP Foundation Veterinary Scholarships throughout the nation, and Dr. Brent Meyer, a Holstein veterinarian, recently donated to the Ridge View FFA Chapter through partnering with Pfizer. ...
Honor Choir (12/12/11)
On Nov. 17, Olivia Dagel traveled to the Iowa State Campus in Ames to participate in the 26th Annual Opus Honor Choir Festival. Olivia was one of 180 7/8th grade girls selected from hundreds of audition cds from students around the state to perform with the 7/8th Grade Girl's Honor Choir. Olivia is the daughter of Bruce and Leah Dagel of Cherokee, Iowa and is a seventh grader at Cherokee Middle School...
Noted Blues guitarist Perry to play Cherokee Jazz & Blues Festival (12/12/11)
Up and coming Blues guitarist Ross William Perry and his band will be playing at the Cherokee Bowl Pub Crawl as part of the Cherokee Jazz & Blues Festival on Friday, Jan. 13 from 9 p.m. to midnight. Twin Cities' guitar sensation Ross William Perry has been making waves on the blues scene throughout the Midwest for the past six years...
Ridge View NHS tapping ceremony (12/12/11)
The annual tapping ceremony for the Ridge View High School chapter of the National Honor Society was held recently in Holstein. Advisor for the Ridge View National Honor Society is Joseph Vannatta. An induction ceremony time and date have not been set at this time...
Citizen of the Year' nominations sought (12/12/11)
Nominations are being accepted for the 22nd Annual Citizen of the Year Award, which is presented by the Mayor of Cherokee to recognize an "individual who has made a significant contribution to the betterment of the entire community of Cherokee, outside their chosen trade or profession"...
WHS Winter Concert tonight (12/12/11)
A Winter Concert by the Cherokee Washington High School Music Department will be performed this evening at 7 o'clock in the Washington High School Auditorium. There is no charge for the concert, but the Music Department will be accepting free-will donations of non-perishable foods or money, which will be given to the Mid Sioux Food Pantry...
County Compensation Board meets today (12/12/11)
The Cherokee County Compensation Board will meet today at 1:30 p.m. in the Board of Supervisors room on the lower level of the Cherokee County Courthouse at 520 W. Main St. in Cherokee, for the purpse of recommending wages for Cherokee County elected officials for 2012/2013...
New faces sparkle at Royers Jewelry (12/12/11)
Royers Jewelry, a long-time mainstay on Cherokee's Main Street, is in the process of undergoing a change in management and staff. The new manager, Bill Eskildsen, is a Cherokee native with 15 years of experience in retail sales. He and his wife Ginny, also a Cherokee native, moved back to town two years ago from Kansas City, and Bill has served as the General Manager of Cherokee's Dollar Store since that time. The couple has two children - Leah, 9, and Colin, 7...
#2 HWC handles Cherokee boys (12/12/11)
The second-rated Class 2A Hull Western Christian boys stormed from a 27-20 halftime lead with a 20-7 scoring tear in the third quarter to subdue the hustling Cherokee Braves in a decisive 73-31 Lakes Conference rout here Friday night. The Braves managed just 11 second-half points against the tough full-court and half-court defensive pressure applied by the tall Wolfpack, limiting Cherokee to a scant four points in the final period...
Rated HWC girls smack Cherokee (12/12/11)
The visiting Hull Western Christian girls, rated 11th in Class 2A with a 3-0 record, made that 4-0 here Friday night with a resounding 64-30 Lakes Conference win over the Cherokee Washington High girls here Friday night. The Wolfpack busted loose from a 26-15 halftime lead to outscore Cherokee 27-6 in the third frame to salt the game away...
Brave grapplers split with E'burg, A-A (12/12/11)
The Cherokee Braves wresters participated in a double dual last week against Emmetsburg and Alta-Aurelia, and the Braves did well against some tough opponents with strong wrestling histories. Tie: Emmetsburg wins by criteria , 40-39 --- 106 double forfeit...
IGHSAU Rankings Class (12/12/11)
Class 2A 1. OA/BCIG; Estherville-Lincoln Central; 3. IKM -Manning; 4, West Hancock; 5. Carroll Kuemper Catholic; 6. Monticello; 7. Fort Dodge St. Edmonds; 8. Mediapolis; 9. Lawton-Bronson; 10. Gilbert; 11. Hull Western Christian; 12. Van Buren; 13. Pella Christian; 14. Panorama; 15. Manson-Northwest Webster...
Delores E. Smith (12/12/11)
Delores E. Smith of Aurelia, age 82, passed away Friday morning, December 9, 2011 at her home in Aurelia. Funeral services will be held Monday, December 12th, at 10:30 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Aurelia, with Pastor Missy Brown officiating. ...
Ask the Vet (12/12/11)
The veterinary profession has a variety of drugs available for use in food animals. These products that are specifically labeled for use in food animals , have undergone rigorous testing to ensure that withdrawl times are accurate, and will not pose a threat to consumers. It is important to note that each product that is labeled for use in food animals, is also labeled for a specific dose (ml per 100lb) and a specific route of administration (subcutaneous, intramuscular, or intravenous)...
Basic Biittner : Merry CHRISTmas (12/12/11)
(To those of you who think this column seems familiar, congratulations! This is a "re-run" of a 'Basic Biittner' column from last year) The origins of the Christmas holiday, like Thanksgiving, I fear, seem to be neglected by many people. Certainly not all people, mind you, but many...
Christmas Parade simply wonderful (12/12/11)
We stand and applaud all the hardy, creative souls who participated in Cherokee's "Wonderful World of Christmas Parade" Thursday night in beautiful Downtown Cherokee. With freezing temperatures hovering in the teens and low 20s and a brisk north wind, the 10th annual Parade still attracted many beautiful lighted floats and/or vehicles (and some colorful participants!), along with hundreds of appreciative onlookers to Downtown Cherokee's designated Entertainment & Cultural District...