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Stories from Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Re-visit needed to certify Le Mars dialysis center (11/22/11)
A local plan to correct 22 deficiencies found during an inspection of a dialysis center in downtown Le Mars has been approved by the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals (DIA). However, the Nov. 15 state approval of that plan was not the final step needed for Le Mars Area Dialysis Services (LADS) to be certified to be reimbursed for care offered to Medicare and Medicaid patients, said David Werning, a DIA spokesman...
King says new Congress needed to resolve budget concerns (11/22/11)
Congressman Steve King doesn't expect a "super committee" to find a way to cut $1.2 trillion from the United State's budget by Wednesday's deadline. However, he urged those gathered at a town hall meeting Monday, in Le Mars, to not get too concerned about resulting automatic cuts to government programs...
Adjusting to normality: Soldier talks about coming home (11/22/11)
When Tyler Jelken returned home from Afghanistan in July with C Troop, First Squadron, 113th Cavalry, normal life resumed around him. But for Jelken and other returning local soldiers, normal wasn't the norm anymore. For the past year, they've been living on a tight military schedule...
Odd and even parking is in effect (11/22/11)
Odd and even parking is in effect in Le Mars until April of next year. When a snow emergency is declared by Le Mars Public Works Superintendent Steve Hansen, residents and visitors will be required to park vehicles on the odd-numbered side of the street on odd calendar days and the even-numbered side of the street on even calendar days...
Rejoice! Thanksgiving meal is Thursday (11/22/11)
Thanksgiving is almost here and Rejoice! Community Church is celebrating with a free meal. The Le Mars church is co-hosting its annual Thanksgiving meal from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at the church, 1320 Third Ave. S.E. Turkey, stuffing, potatoes, corn, pies and more will be on the menu and everyone is invited to participate in the free meal...
2011 INA All-State Football Teams (11/22/11)
DES MOINES, IA -- The Iowa Newspaper Association announced its 2011 All-State Football selections Tuesday, naming honorary captains in classes A, 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A and 8-Man. Sports writers serving on the INA selection committee which made the team selections were: Perry Bell, Pella Chronicle; Ashley Schable, Carroll Daily Times Herald; Lori Wiser, Ocheyedan Press-Melvin News; Matt Gengler, Missouri Valley Times-News; John Jensen, Grundy Center Register; Dan Voigt, Emmetsburg Publishing; Scott Spurgeon, Bloomfield Democrat; Larry Peterson, Creston News Advertiser; Greg Granbianowski, Algona Upper Des Moines; Mark Pawlak, Marshalltown Times-Republican; Doug Rieder, Glidden Graphic; Mike Oeffner, Harlan Newspapers; Kevin White, Omaha World-Herald; Matt Cross, Muscatine Journal; Kevin Ritchie, Bedford Times-Press; Terry Hersom, Sioux City Journal; Beth Lutgen, Dyersville Commercial; Jake Ryder, Muscatine Journal; Daryl Schepanski, Anamosa Journal-Eureka; Ross Thede, Marshalltown Times Republican; Matt Pfiffner, Creston News Advertiser; Jeff Webster, Perry Chief; Bethany Kroeze, Le Mars Daily Sentinel; Nick Petaros, Waterloo Courier and Jeff Benson, Rock Rapids Lyon Co. ...
2011-12 girls basketball preview: Lady 'Dogs excited for new season (11/22/11)
LE MARS -- The Le Mars Community girls basketball team is ready to hit the court. "We're really excited," said head coach Judd Kopperud, whose Lady Bulldogs begin their 2011-12 campaign tonight (Tuesday) against Unity Christian at home in Carey Gym. "We think things have been going well so far."...
2011-12 Girls Basketball Previews (11/22/11)
Head coach: Kent Johnson (206-120 in 14 seasons as head coach) 2010-11 record: 16-6, 7-3 2010-11 postseason path: Def. Woodbury Central 51-38; lost to West Sioux 47-41. Returning letterwinners: Key players lost: Tasha Johnson; Sarah Parkinson; Caitlin Heyl...
IGCA All-State Volleyball (11/22/11)
Coach of the Year: Eavon Woodin, Waverly-Shell Rock Coach of the Year: Diane Harms, Dike-New Hartford Coach of the Year: Will Baumann, Tripoli...
Lois Lancaster (11/22/11)
Lois Lancaster, 81, of Le Mars, died Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011, at Good Samaritan Society in Le Mars. Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. John's Lutheran Church, E.L.C.A. in Le Mars. The Rev. Greg Gabriel will officiate. Burial will follow in Resthaven Memory Gardens in Le Mars. ...
Donna Pullen (11/22/11)
Donna Pullen, 82, of Grimes, and a former Le Mars resident, died Monday, Nov. 14, 2011, surrounded by her family. Donna married C. Douglas Pullen on Nov. 2 1949. They lived most of their lives in Le Mars until moving to Grimes. Donna is survived by her husband, C. ...
Iowa Weekly Weighted Average Feeder Cattle Report: For Week Ending: Saturday, Oct 19, 2011 (11/22/11)
Iowa Ethanol Plant Report (11/22/11)
Iowa Soybean Processor report (11/22/11)
Crystal ball time (11/22/11)
What will Le Mars look like in 2021? Will it have more people living here? Will the downtown be full of successful businesses? Will the property near the bypass be more developed, populated with new firms? Will we have an indoor event center for music, theatre and other performances?...
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