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Stories from Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Emotions run high at Joy Hollow meeting (08/24/10)
With posters reading "We sell cookies, why sell our camp?" and "Our hearts would be hollow without Joy Hollow," a crowd of about 125 people packed into a meeting on the future of a 360-acre camp in western Plymouth County. Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa (GSGI) is looking at options for Joy Hollow Camp, the Girl Scout camp in the Loess Hills near Westfield...
Pride Night 2010 (08/24/10)
Cheerleaders from Le Mars Community and Gehlen Catholic joined together to lead the community in a cheer to kick off the annual Pride Night pep rally at Jim Lorenzen Field on Monday evening. Members of the community enjoyed a tailgate dinner before hearing from Activity Directors from both schools and all the fall coaches at both schools and watching performances by the cheerleaders and dance teams from both schools. Turn to page 8 for more photos from Pride Night...
Maple Grove Farms fined (08/24/10)
Maple Grove Farms must pay a $10,000 penalty after being sued by Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller for not submitting manure management plans and other related issues. Those charges refer to six confinement feeding operations in Plymouth County. Plymouth County District Court Judge Steven J. ...
Storm chasing and more shape new LCS teachers (08/24/10)
Six new teachers are joining the staff of Le Mars Community School for the 2010-11 school year. Three were introduced in Monday's edition of The Daily Sentinel and the remaining three are in today's (Tuesday) edition of the newspaper. Gehlen Catholic School's new teachers will be featured Thursday...
King to hold townhall meeting in Le Mars (08/24/10)
Congressman Steve King (R-IA) will be holding a townhall meeting in Le Mars Friday. The meeting will be from 2:15-3:30 p.m. in the Le Mars Convention Center board room on 275 12th St. in Le Mars. The town hall is open to the public and to the media, and all interested area residents are invited to attend...
2010 Cross Country Previews - Gehlen Catholic Jays Gehlen returns pair of state qualifiers (08/24/10)
Nothing fires up high school athletes like watching their teammates compete at state as individuals. The Gehlen Catholic boys and girls cross country teams witnessed two of their own run alone at the Class 1A state meet in Fort Dodge last October, and that inspired the athletes to work harder this summer...
2010 football previews - Remsen-Union Rockets Rockets return wealth of experience (08/24/10)
With just two starters to replace on each side of the ball, the season outlook is very positive for the Remsen-Union Rockets. "We have a really experienced team back," said head coach Colin Youde, who begins his fifth year at the helm of the program. "We have a lot of key returners and all of our position battles (were decided) within two weeks of practice...
High School Football Rankings (08/24/10)
High School Football Rankings The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Iowa high school football polls with first-place votes in parentheses, followed by record and total points. Class 4A Others receiving votes: 11, Eldridge North Scott 7. 12, Clinton 6. 13, Burlington 5. 13, West Des Moines Valley 5. 15, Sioux City East 4. 15, Cedar Rapids Kennedy 4. 17, Ames 2. 18, Council Bluffs Lincoln 1. 18, Urbandale 1. 18, Iowa City West 1. 18, Johnston 1...
Stella C. Gundel (08/24/10)
Stella C. Gundel, 91, of Sioux City, formerly of Merrill, died Monday, June 28, 2010, at her home. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 27, at the Wesley United Methodist Church in Sioux City. Visitation with the family present will begin at 10 a.m. Friday at the church...
Paul E. Bock (08/24/10)
Paul E. Bock, 85, formerly of Hinton and Sioux City, died Sunday, Aug. 22, 2010, at Northwood Hills Care Center at Humansville, Mo. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Michael Catholic Church in Sioux City with the Rev. Gary Snyder officiating. Inurnment will be at St. Joseph Cemetery-Neptune, rural Hinton. Visitation with the family present will be after 9 a.m. Saturday until service time...
Is the cure worse than the disease? (08/24/10)
New rules designed to protect consumers from some practices by credit card companies went into effect this week. The new rules cover penalty fees, rate hikes, gift cards and inactivity fees, among other things. The law was passed as part of financial overhauls designed to protect consumers from what some have considered abuses by banks and credit card issuers...
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