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Stories from Friday, December 18, 2009

Money found, still unclaimed (12/18/09)
The Le Mars Police Department would like to inform area businesses a substantial amount of money was found and turned in to the Police Department on Thursday. The money was found in the southwest part of Le Mars. To make claim contact the Le Mars Police Department 546-4113...
Santa phone home (12/18/09)
Soderberg says cuts could be significant and tough (12/18/09)
"The hole is pretty deep," Rep. Chuck Soderberg told the crowd of 70 people gathered at the Legislative Luncheon Thursday. "Now the challenge is to get out of that hole," the Republican said. "I believe if you don't involve everybody, it's going to be tough to get out of that hole."...
Ambulance service billing pact approved (12/18/09)
City Finance Director Bill Cole commended Bill Rosacker, co-director of the city ambulance service, during this week's Le Mars City Council session for successful efforts on a new three-year agreement for ambulance billing services. The new agreement is with Physician's Claim Company, Inc. (PCC)...
LCS board negotiation team makes initial proposal Monday (12/18/09)
Negotiation teams from Le Mars Community School District and Le Mars Community Education Association will meet at 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 21, at the Education Service Center at 940 Lincoln St. S.W. At this special meeting, the board's negotiating team will present their initial bargaining proposal for the 2010-11 contract to the teachers' association...
Scrolll down! (12/18/09)
Extension Office makes move to new location (12/18/09)
The Plymouth County Extension Office is ready to move to its new location in the lower level of the Le Mars Convention Center. Moving dates are Dec. 21-23. The new address will be 301 12th St. S.E. The phone number will remain the same at 712-546-7835...
Courts one more step toward paperless (12/18/09)
The Plymouth County courtroom was packed with attorneys, judges, clerks of court and support staff as the rules for the Electronic Document Management System (EDMS) were presented Thursday afternoon. "We had a good turnout and we had lots of questions," Charlene Peterson, Plymouth County clerk of courts. "Everything seemed to go well."...
Bulldogs top Braves in Lakes dual (12/18/09)
The Bulldogs kept their Lakes Conference dual record at an even .500 as they split a double-dual at Cherokee Thursday. Le Mars, which is 2-2 in the Lakes Conference, started the evening with a 60-21 loss to Spirit Lake Park. The 'Dogs surrendered 12 points right off the bat with open forfeits at 103 and 112 before C.J. Singer (119) pinned SLP's Skyler Harwig in a quick 42 seconds...
Le Mars sophs fall at Emmetsburg (12/18/09)
A slow start troubled the Le Mars junior varsity squad in a 41-34 loss at Emmetsburg Tuesday. The Bulldogs fell behind 11-4 after the first quarter before outscoring the hosts 13-10 in the second quarter. The E-Hawks added a 20-17 second half to their 21-17 halftime lead to tally the win...
John C. Mertes (12/18/09)
John "Clem" Mertes, 93, of Merrill, died Thursday, Dec. 17, 2009, at Plymouth Manor Care Center in Le Mars. John Clement Mertes was born Nov. 23, 1916, on the family farm near Merrill, the son of John J. and Mary (Mohan) Mertes. He grew up near Merrill and attended elementary school at St. Joseph's Catholic School in Le Mars. He graduated from Liberty Consolidated School, located west of Merrill, in Liberty Township...
Robert and Loretta Lubben (12/18/09)
Robert and Loretta Lubben of Le Mars will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Dec. 18, 2009. No special celebration is planned. The couple has two children, Lisa Lubben and Tom Pojar of South Sioux City, Neb., and Randy Lubben and his wife, Heidi of Milan, Ill...
An ounce of prevention... (12/18/09)
You know the old adage: "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Like most old adages, it holds true more often than not. After a slower than hoped for roll out, vaccinations for the H1N1 flu have been ramping up, with many of the high risk groups now being vaccinated. ...
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