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Stories from Monday, October 8, 2001

Neighbors help in harvest time (10/08/01)
The tradition of neighbor helping neighbor was put into practice Friday afternoon at the Marvin Schmitt farm south of Remsen. Eight combines rolled into the 110-acre soybean field and in a little over two hours had harvested the crop for the Schmitt family. ...
Pierson mayor leaving for Saudi Arabia as military strikes begin (10/08/01)
Pierson residents listened with concerned ears as Mayor Max Dunnington made his speech at the Pierson street dedication and celebration on Sunday, Oct. 7. Their mayor, who has been employed for 19 years as a full time Tech Sergeant for the National Guard, would leave Monday, Oct. ...
LCHS Homecoming 2001 (10/08/01)
Katy Grady, daughter of Tim and Linda Grady, and Kelly Greenfield, son of Sherwyn and Debbie Greenfield, were elected homecoming queen and king Friday afternoon in Carey gym of Le Mars Community High School.
Hearing set for bed and breakfasts (10/08/01)
The Le Mars City Council this week set 12 noon Tuesday, Nov. 6 for a public hearing on a proposed zoning ordinance amendment concerning bed and breakfast homes and restaurants. Recommendations for the ordinance language had been made to the council by the planning and zoning commission. ...
E-mail problems at Sentinel (10/08/01)
The Daily Sentinel has experienced a problem with its e-mail and is unable to retrieve messages sent since late Friday afternoon, Oct. 5. Those who sent messages to the Daily Sentinel at sentinel@pionet.net from Friday afternoon to Monday morning are asked to notify the Daily Sentinel office or re-send their message...
Sentral-Fenton pounds RSM, 64-28 (10/08/01)
REMSEN -- A "nightmarish" first two minutes hurt Remsen St. Mary's as they lost to number one state ranked Sentral-Fenton in eight man football Friday evening, 64-28. Sentral-Fenton started off the game with a safety, after two touchdowns, Ken Hajek's squad was down 18-0 after the first two and half minutes. ...
Girls cross country improves at West Sioux (10/08/01)
HAWARDEN -- Gehlen, Hinton, and a lone Remsen St. Mary's cross country runner competed in War Eagle Conference action in Hawarden at the annual West Sioux Invitational. West Sioux captured the meet with 18 points. The Gehlen Varsity girls team finished strong in 2nd place with 24 points. ...
Cross country competes at West Sioux (10/08/01)
HAWARDEN -- Gehlen Catholic, LeMars Community, Hinton, and Remsen St. Mary's competed Friday night at the West Sioux Invitational. In the Varsity boys division, Gehlen finished 2nd and Hinton rallied with a 4th place victory. The Jays were paced by Ryan Campbell, finishing 3rd with a time of 16:48. ...
Late Touchdowns hurt Remsen-Union (10/08/01)
SCHALLER -- Two late Schaller-Crestland touchdowns was the deciding factor as Schaller-Crestland beat Remsen-Union, 28-14. Remsen-Union started out with a Jeff Staab six yard touchdown run. A Jason Stoos kick made it 7-0 after the first quarter. After a Schaller-Crestland touchdown, Remsen-Union scored on a one yard touchdown run by Alex Pick with 11:10 left in the second quarter. ...
Hageman has 4 TDs as Hinton wins again (10/08/01)
AKRON -- Heath Hageman had four touchdowns as the number nine state ranked Hinton Blackhawks beat Akron-Westfield, 34-14. Hinton got on the scoreboard first with a Heath Hageman four yard touchdown run with 4:35 left in the first quarter. After Bryan Diediker's PAT, it was 7-0. ...
Gehlen, St. Mary's compete at CYO tournament (10/08/01)
Le MARS --  Several Plymouth County teams took to the floor competing in the CYO tournament held on Sunday hosted by Gehlen. Gehlen Catholic and Remsen St. Mary's competed very strong as they both came out of their pools. Gehlen began play against Kuemper and was beat 11-1 and 11-6. ...
Gehlen Catholic set 2 school records as they beat L-B (10/08/01)
LAWTON -- Gehlen Catholic broke two school records as they won their fourth game in row, beating Lawton-Bronson, 35-7. Gehlen jumped out to an early lead. A eight play, 63 yard drive ended when Nathan Schmitz ran from 23 yards out for the score. The point after the touchdown was no good making it 6-0 with 8:12 left to go in the first quarter. ...
Bulldogs take the wind out of the Tornadoes (10/08/01)
The Le Mars Bulldogs took the wind out of the Storm Lake Tornadoes as they pounded Storm Lake on the Le Mars Bulldog's homecoming game, 53-7. The Bulldogs got off to a solid start. Le Mars scored six points in the first quarter and twenty-one in the second quarter. ...
Remsen-Union needs to finally say "yes, yes" (10/08/01)
"I'm for education, but ..." Those are how some of the messages in opposition to raising the levy in the Remsen-Union Community School District start out. The excuse heard now is the uncertain economy should mean reducing or eliminating the project. ...
Don't confuse LCS, R-U bond issues (10/08/01)
In regards to the Speak Up on Tuesday, Oct. 2 regarding the Remsen-Union School Bond Issue: Anonymous sources often contain inaccurate information, as was the case with Tuesday's comments. Le Mars Community's projected costs are $1.5 million not $3 million and they are looking at about 18,000 square feet while Remsen-Union is more than 70,000 square feet. ...