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.