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Stories from Wednesday, December 10, 2008

LCS board adds limits to ISL draft resolution (12/10/08)
Since receiving the certified enrollment numbers in October, Le Mars Community Schools Board of Education members have been grappling with budget figures for the 2009-10 school year. At Monday's meeting, the board again discussed the Instructional Support Levy and its potential use as a way to increase revenue for the district's general fund...
Uncorked: New wine shop lets local woman live her dream (12/10/08)
"There's a wine for everybody." That's what guru Kathy Schwader says is the driving idea behind the new wine shop opening in Le Mars. The Hole N The Wall Mercantile, set between the Wells' Dairy Ice Cream Parlor and Hardees on Business 75, is slated to open mid-December...
Supervisors approve numbers for Hinton school election (12/10/08)
After the official count was confirmed, there were no changes in numbers for the Hinton Community School Districts Dec. 2 special election. The Plymouth County Supervisors Tuesday canvassed or approved the election, which brought 191 voters to the polls...
Stabbing trial begins for Velarde (12/10/08)
When Josh Thompson first saw Christopher Velarde at a bar on April 27, 2008, Velarde complimented Thompson on his New York Yankees baseball cap. The next date the two men would see the hat was in court as a piece of crime scene evidence that would link them together...
Meis stays strong against toughest opponent (12/10/08)
Marlis Linstrand (12/10/08)
Marlis Linstrand, 78, of Le Mars, died suddenly Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2008, at the Floyd Valley Hospital in Le Mars. Marlis Angela Siebens was born June 18, 1930, on the family farm north of Brunsville in Washington Township, the daughter of John and Helena (Rieken) Siebens. ...
O'Neil-Conger (12/10/08)
Larry and Gayle Conger of Le Mars announcement the engagement of their son, William Ray, to Erin Kathryn O'Neil, daughter of Terry and Debra O'Neil of Cedar Rapids. An April 18, 2009, wedding is planned with a reception to follow on May 2 in West Des Moines...
Holiday shopping safety (12/10/08)
The retail season before Christmas is a happy time, but the joy of giving can be shattered by criminals taking advantage of unprepared shoppers. Too often, in the hustle and bustle of crowds, well meaning shoppers are taken advantage of. Whether it's the holiday spirit or the thrill of the hunt, many shoppers can get easily distracted while shopping. For some people, this is one of the few times of the year that they go shopping, so they can become east prey...
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