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Stories from Friday, April 6, 2012

Snyder collection on display at Sanford Museum (04/06/12)
Richard Boothby has been restoring cars as a hobby for 20 years. He has also collected a series of automotive prints by the artist David Snyder, who Richard met at a car show 20 years ago. Richard collects his prints, which feature Chevrolet vehicles. David Snyder also does Chrysler and Ford prints; however, Richard limits his collection to Chevrolets. You can view this collection all this month at the Sanford Museum's Art Wall, located in the Museum's East Gallery. Photo contributed...
Plymouth County chooses local recycling option (04/06/12)
LE MARS - When it comes to recycling, Plymouth County has severed ties with the Cherokee County Solid Waste Commission. The Plymouth County Solid Waste Agency Board, known as the landfill board, decided last week to stop hauling recyclable materials to the Cherokee landfill to avoid paying for the service...
Supervisors get updated on Mental Health Redesign (04/06/12)
Cherokee County Community Services Director Lisa Langlitz gave a program update to the Cherokee County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. At issue is the State of Iowa's Mental Health Redesign. Langlitz told the Board that she is still waiting to see what the State will be doing on the issue...
City plans summer recreation programs (04/06/12)
Dave Ellis, Director of the City of Cherokee Recreation Department, has released information regarding summer programs. The sign-up deadline for softball is May 2. The cost is $200 per team, and teams or individual registration can be done by one of two methods: calling the Recreation Office at 225-2715, or online at www.cherokeeiowa.net...
Van's Sanitation to ramp up recycling operation (04/06/12)
LE MARS - Van's Sanitation & Recycling is expanding its recycling operations in Le Mars -- a benefit to Plymouth County residents. The Plymouth County Solid Waste Agency Board, known as the landfill board, decided last week to stop hauling recyclable materials to the Cherokee landfill to avoid paying for the service...
Times Gone By (04/06/12)
Holstein To Build A Round House Local Freights Will Lay Over There Good Improvements Commencing with last Monday the Northwestern inaugurated a new local freight schedule on this branch, making Holstein a local freight division. Under the new schedule the local freights from both east and west still arrive here in the afternoon and will lay over until the next morning, leaving here for the west at 5:30 and for the east at 5:45...
Geraldine L. Williams (04/06/12)
Geraldine L. Williams, 72, of Cherokee, passed away Thursday, April 5, 2012 at her home in Cherokee. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at Boothby Funeral Home in Cherokee. Pastor Jeff Harris will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery in Cherokee. ...
Mayer, Priebe exchange vows (04/06/12)
Abby Mayer and Matt Priebe were united in marriage on June 4, 2011 at Grace United Methodist Church in Marcus, with Pastor Gary McDonough officiating. The bride's parents are Bill and Deb Mayer of Marcus, and the groom's parents are Seth and Madelyn Priebe of Klemme. ...
Have a healthy, happy Easter! (04/06/12)
Sunday is Easter, a joyful time for Christians everywhere and a time when many families and friends get together to enjoy a bountiful feast. Holidays can be wonderful, but they can bring added stress and excesses. Hosting the Easter dinner, visiting with family and friends, and having house guests can lead to upsets if you have unrealistic expectations of yourself or others. ...