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Stories from Thursday, September 3, 2009

Local ELCA pastor present at vote on sexuality (09/03/09)
Swatzells keep dobro tradition alive (09/03/09)
Each day Bertha Swatzell and Mary Nell Swatzell Eidson open the doors of the Dobrotorium at the 34th Annual National Old Time Country, Bluegrass and Folk Music Festival to a steady stream of performers. More than likely, many performances will include a dobro, also known as a slide or acoustical guitar...
Dialysis project nearly ready to roll (09/03/09)
Months ago, supporters of opening a local dialysis center set a $1.2 million goal to reach before moving forward on the project, which began in June 2006. Tuesday, they reached that goal. A $200,000 loan from the Le Mars City Council puts the Le Mars Area Dialysis Services (LADS) past the $1.2 million mark...
Country music veteran earns spot in Hall of Fame (09/03/09)
Razzy Bailey came all the way from Georgia to accept his induction into America's Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame Wednesday. The induction took place during the 34th Annual National Old Time Country, Bluegrass and Folk Music Festival in Le Mars...
Hinton voters to decide fate of proposed elementary (09/03/09)
Hinton Community School is bursting at the seams with students and increasing enrollment trends indicate that's not going to change. "We have run out of room particularly in the elementary classroom area," said Rob Held, Hinton School Board president...
Former Plymouth County athletes take skills to college level (09/03/09)
As high school athletes head back to fall sports teams, many of their former teammates are doing the same at local colleges. Throughout each season, the Daily Sentinel will provide a weekly update on a number of former Plymouth County athletes that are making positive contributions to their college teams...
Le Mars freshmen fall 16-6 in opener at CL/GLR (09/03/09)
The Le Mars freshmen football team dropped its season-opener 16-6 to Central Lyon/George-Little Rock in Rock Rapids on Monday evening. The Bulldogs struck first in the grind-it-out, defensive battle. Brennan Buss broke free for a 25-yard run to set up a Kendall Candor one-yard touchdown run...
A-W breaks in new coach with a win (09/03/09)
Sports Editor First games can be nerve-wracking - not only for players, but also for brand-new coaches. The Akron-Westfield volleyball team made it easy on first-year coach Derek Briggs as they won a 3-1 decision over Spalding Catholic in Granville on Tuesday...
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