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Stories from Friday, October 11, 2002

Lisa Boss moving to new residence (10/11/02)
An order signed yesterday, Oct. 9, allows Lisa Boss to move to another residence designated by the Safebridge Program. Boss is held under 24-hour surveillance as a material witness in the case against her husband, Donald Boss, who is charged with the murder of their 10-year-old adopted son, Timothy...
Ride costs jump for Life Skills clients (10/11/02)
Most Life Skills clients aren't going to be able to afford the jump in cost for riding the SRTS bus, Laura Nielsen-Aronson told the Plymouth County Board of Supervisors this week. Transportation costs jumped from 61 cents a mile to $1.10 a mile without notification, said Nielsen-Aronson, director of Life Skills Training Center...
Playing around (10/11/02)
Snowmen are coming to Pioneer Village Christmas (10/11/02)
Cutline: Cheryl Bolser (left) and Erica Nore are organizing a "Parade of Snowmen" to be added to Pioneer Village Christmas this year. The two women are coordinating the display of snowmen sponsored by area businesses and organizations. They hope to have a good number of snowmen join George, sponsored by the Le Mars Golf Course, in the Round Barn...
Child car seats made safer (10/11/02)
Nine out of 10 car seats in Iowa are not used correctly for safe travel by children. Families who have children in their vehicles can get help making sure the car seat will let a child travel safely. From 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, families can take their child in the seat to Nuebel Chevrolet, Inc., on U.S. ...
Campground use down (10/11/02)
A good winter for the tubing hill is what the Plymouth County Conservation Board wants for Christmas this year. Revenues for the popular activity at Hillview, once there is sufficient snow-cover, help the conservation department's budget, board members noted in reviewing financial figures at Tuesday's meeting...
'We are (CC) Family'--Weekend Prep Schedule (10/11/02)
You can almost hear Sister Sledge singing its hit song when you look at this picture of the Gehlen Catholic Cross Country team Thursday afternoon. The runners are listening to coach Dick Seivert (second from the left on the bench to the right) tell them words of encouragement, including how no one on the team is more important than anyone else--he values them all equally. ...
K-P vs. R-U VB; GC CC shines at GLR and more (10/11/02)
REMSEN--The Remsen-Union High volleyball team defeated Maple Valley Conference rival Kingsley-Pierson 15-11, 15-7 and 15-1 in the Lady Rockets' Senior Night game Thursday. It was the last home match for R-U's Nicole Ahlers, Michelle Kunkel, Christine Ross, Kara Ruba, Lori Schnepf and foreign exchange students Aya Ishizaki (Japan) and Dora Lezsak (Hungary). ...
Unfold Your Future in a newspaper (10/11/02)
This week is celebrated as National Newspaper Week with the theme "Unfold Your Future." Yes, it's cute. But there's more to it than that. Since the days of newsheets sold by boys on corners to the future where newspapers may be mostly online with a print option, these publications have given the reading populace the ability to be educated about events around them...