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Stories from Tuesday, October 15, 2002

Lisa Boss's statements to defense (10/15/02)
The judge, attorneys and defendant in the Donald L. Boss murder trial were in court about 15 minutes Oct.14 before adjourning to the judge's chambers where they discussed the defense motion for the state to produce Lisa Boss's statement. Later in the morning, the judge ruled that the state should provide defense counsel with all exculpatory statements in the document from Lisa Boss. Exculpatory statements are those which may help prove the guilt or innocence of a defendant...
Loretta Boss on both witness lists (10/15/02)
Loretta Boss, the grandmother of Timothy Boss, and the first person to question his long absence, has been called as a state's witness against her son. In January, 2002, Loretta Boss of Baldwin, Mich., went to authorities there with her concern about a grandson she had not seen for some time. Michigan officers contacted the Plymouth County Sheriff's office which sent deputies to the Remsen home of Donald and Lisa Boss to inquire about the welfare of the couple's adopted son, Timothy...
RU tries again for school bond issue (10/15/02)
Shirley Schroeder presented a petition with 151 names to the Remsen-Union School Board last night seeking a bond issue for new school facilities. Similar bond issues have failed three times. The school board accepted the petition and voted unanimously to put the issue to ballot in December...
LCS appoints self-study team (10/15/02)
While some Le Mars Community School board members are concerned a new district self-study may be premature, the board voted to proceed with a timeline. A team of 16 representatives of parents or the community will join with 14 educators, 3 high school students, and two board members to study issues related to space at the high school and middle school...
Mother's visit gives customers a four generation treat (10/15/02)
It's been three years since Doris Hamby of Dallas, Texas, had visited her Iowa family. The three-day visit with daughter Movylene Haack, granddaughter Lara Juhl and great-granddaughter Courtney Juhl, included an afternoon working at Good Shepherd in Le Mars, owned by Movylene and Lara...
Musical support (10/15/02)
Five runners make All-WEC CC team (10/15/02)
Cutline: Gehlen Catholic's Joe Loutsch, shown here finishing sixth at the West Sioux Invite in Hawarden Friday, shaved 15 seconds off his time to take eighth at the War Eagle Conference Invite Monday at the same course. His old time would've put him one spot out of automatic entry in 11th...
St. Mary's prevails in unusually long three-setter (10/15/02)
HAWARDEN--The visiting St. Mary's volleyball team picked up a straight set victory against War Eagle Conference rival West Sioux Monday night, but there was nothing quick, short or easy about the match. "It lasted an hour and 45 minutes," Hawks coach Teena Dreckman said of her team's 15-8, 15-13, 16-14 victory. "It was a long night...
Terrorism threat calls for all to be alert (10/15/02)
America's war on terrorism has awakened many in this nation to harsh realities about the enemy. There aren't any real skirmishes, never mind battles. The enemy hides in caves, coming out to shoot Marines during military exercises in Kuwait or bomb a Green Beret in a Filipino market...