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School Board Elections Scheduled Today

 


 Six candidates are vying for four positions.  Running unopposed in District 3 is Mark Hemmingson.  Fred Zenk is seeking an unopposed seat for District 5.  The At-large positions include Pat Murphy, Dr. Mark Stelzer, Mark Frentress, and Merlin Wagner.  Voters have the opportunity to vote for two of the at-large positions. 

LeMars Convention Center is the polling location for LeMars school district voters.  Merrill voters will cast their vote at the Kissinger Center (formerly the Kissinger school), Craig voters will vote at the Craig City Hall, Brunsville voters will go to the Brunsville Legion Club, and Struble voters along with voters from America and Elgin townships are to vote at the LeMars Public Library.

Other school board elections around the county include: Hinton School District with three candidates seeking a position on the At-Large seat.  They are Lynnette Blanchard, Brett Stanley and Randy Riediger.  Hinton voters will report to the Hinton Community Center.

Kingsley-Pierson voters will vote at the Kingsley Community Center and will decide on three candidates.  Robin Peschau is running for the District 2 position, Bobbi Hirshman is seeking the District 4 seat, and Tim Sudbeck is unopposed in District 5.

Remsen-Union school district has two candidates seeking a seat on the school board.  Shirley Schroeder is running unopposed for District 4, and Erica Pepper is seeking a position representing District 2.  The Remsen Public Library is the polling place for Remsen voters.

Akron-Westfield voters will cast their vote at the Akron Public Library.  Seeking the position for District 5 is Jodi Thompson, Debra Jordt is running for District 6, and Shane Coyle is running for the At-large position.

 

(Undated) -- Two colleges that are only 10 miles apart from one another have both been listed on  U-S World Report's list of Best College's.   Dordt College of Sioux Center is ranked fifth, while Northwestern of Orange City tied for seventh. This is the fifth time for both schools to be recognized in the top-ten best midwestern regional colleges by the news magazine.

(LeMars) -- LeMars businesses are encouraged to get in the spirit of the Chalk Art Festival and perform chalk drawings outside their businesses.  Mary Reynolds of the LeMars chamber of commerce says she would like for businesses in town allow their employees to participate in the annual art festival.  Reynolds says last year more than 25 businesses had drawings on the sidewalk outside their locations.  The LeMars Chalk Art Festival begins on Saturday and runs through Sunday.  

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - Those wanting to know if they are
genetically predisposed to developing some types of breast cancer
can get a free screening later this month.
     St. Luke's Regional Medical Center will provide
screening for the mutated BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 genes on Sept. 19 at
the "Architecture for Living" seminar in Sioux City. The test
requires a simple rinse of the mouth.
     Dr. Rebecca Rose with St. Luke's says abnormal BRCA 1 and BRCA 2
genes are responsible for only about one in 10 breast cancers. But
she says a person who has such an abnormality has an 87 percent
chance of developing breast cancer by age 70.
    

 

 

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