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Connor Ogren is the TTR winner

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

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Connor Ogren, a fifth grader at Cherokee Middle School, is the winner of the second monthly Teen Times Review contest.

His name was drawn from among those who got all 10 questions right on the quiz published in the Nov. 7 issue of the Chronicle Times.

Ogren's favorite school subject is sports. He would like to be a professional first baseman some day.

The 10 questions Ogren answered correctly were multiple-choice questions covering items in the Teen Times Review during the month of October. He received $25 in Cherokee bucks for his winning entry.

The Teen Times Review appears every Monday on page 5 of the Chronicle Times. The quiz, open to anyone in grades 5-12, appears on the first Monday of the month.

The quiz on items in the November Teen Times Reviews will appear in the Dec. 5 edition of the Chronicle Times.

The questions that appeared in the Nov. 7 Teen Times Review quiz and the correct answers were:

1. The Cherokee City Council approved what activity for a limited time in the fall at Spring Lake Park? - Goose hunting.

2. The Cherokee School Districts has how many fewer students this year than last year? - 35.

3. During World War II, Harold McManus of Cherokee: - Was captured by the Japanese.

4. The Bulldog Training Table in Aurelia will help students who are - Having a hard time with school work

5. The Cherokee City Council voted to allow signs on businesses to: - Stick out from the building.

6. Kris Glienke of the Cherokee County Auditor's Office warned county employees to be careful: - On how much money they spend.

7. The Cherokee Police Department has a new kind of: - Light bar on the vehicle.

8. Washington High School is setting aside 10 minutes each day for all students and teachers to: - Read for pleasure.

9. River Valley High School is increasing graduation requirements for: - Science.

10. Conservation Director Scott Gebers estimates the cost of opening the snow sliding hill could be: - $150,000.

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