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Stories from Monday, August 20, 2012

CRMC continues expansion, remodeling (08/20/12)
Many people who have driven past Cherokee Regional Medical Center lately have wondered what is going on on the west side of the property, as they have seen mounds of dirt, excavators, back hoes and dump trucks at that scene. The fact is that this will be a common scene at CRMC in the months to come, as CRMC is in the early stages of a nearly $4 million multi-phase expansion and remodeling project. ...
O'Halloran invests in Cherokean's future (08/20/12)
O'Halloran Interational of Cherokee is partnering with Brady Pingel, who is the son of Dennis and Kim Pingel, to further his education. Brady will be taking a two year mechanic's class with O'Halloran International investing not only in Brady's future by paying for his tuition at school. ...
Polka, displays, food at Hanover Festival Aug. 26th (08/20/12)
Two of the Midwest's finest polka bands will be performing at the Hanover Festival on Sunday, August 26, from noon to 7 p.m., as Karl's Country Dutchmen and Gary's Ridgeland Dutchmen - both from Wisconsin - make return appearances for your dancing and listening pleasure...
MEFC to hold free will concert (08/20/12)
Meriden Evangelical Free Church will be hosting a concert on Sunday, Aug. 26 at 6 p.m. featuring The Lesters. Often called "St. Louis' First Family of Gospel Music," The Lesters, from St. Louis, Mo., have been sharing the Word through song for four generations. With more than an 80 year history and numerous albums behind them, the group proudly brings the third & fourth generation to the stage for a sound that is 100% ~ "PURE LESTER."...
Council moves on Yacht Club; ponders Park maintenance facility (08/20/12)
At last week's Cherokee City Council meeting, Administrator Don Eikmeier reported that bids for the proposed new Koser Spring Lake Yacht Club will be opened at the Council's next meeting August 23 and the Council will be asked to consider awarding a contract at the August 28 meeting...
Cherokee resident helped lead Morningside College organization that earned national recognition (08/20/12)
SIOUX CITY -- Demi Dunn, daughter of Douglas and Deborah Dunn of Cherokee, served as an officer for the Morningside College chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta, which recently was nationally recognized with a Maintaining the Flame Award for its efforts to continue pursuing excellence...
Brock Campbell playing in CFL (08/20/12)
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League have announced that import defensive back Brock Campbell, import defensive end Bruce Davis, import defensive tackle Louis Ellis and import running back Brandon Rutley have been added to the team's practice roster...
Schueder / daughter (08/20/12)
Derek and Jody Schueder of Laramie, Wyoming welcomed a new daughter on July 18th 2012. Madison Marie Schueder was born at 8:15 a.m. Madison weighed 8 lbs. 14 oz, measured 20 1⁄2 inches long, and was welcomed home by her big sister Aubrey. Grandparents are Dan and Charlotte Schueder of Cherokee and...
Eat those veggies! (08/20/12)
Health experts have always insisted that we need to eat vegetables if we want to have a real healthy diet, and there are five key veggies that top the list as the healthiest: When picking vegetables, the fresh and frozen vegetables are better than canned vegetables, because they have less added salt. ...