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Stories from Monday, March 18, 2002

Rodeo teen is number 1 in wild saddle bronc ranks (03/18/02)
"Bronc riding gives you a rush. You don't even realize what's going on, it just happens," said the current point leader in saddle bronc riding in the state. "You have to concentrate to make sure you do everything you need to right." This is Nagel's second year competing in the Iowa High School Rodeo for Sioux Central High School. The junior is currently ranked number one in saddle bronc riding in Iowa. He leads with 58 1/2 points...
Kathleen Ellis (03/18/02)
Funeral mass will be held Saturday, March 16th at 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Storm Lake, with Reverend Douglas Klein officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Kathleen Mary Carney was born Aug. 5, 1916 in Buena Vista County, to Frank and Sadie (Connell) Carney. She was the fourth child in a family of nine. She was baptized and confirmed in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Storm Lake...
Is 'gay policy' what we need? (03/18/02)
They spoke of what it feels like to be called "queers," "fags" and worse. Some are now college students, and said they wished there had been a nondiscrimination policy to protect them from such abuse when they were in high school in the area. Such a proposed policy - coming out of a routine and usually ignored process of reviewing the district's policy language every so often - has created an unexpected storm of public opinion...
PILOT EDITORIAL - ICCC case far afield (03/18/02)
The lawyers are trying to convince the Webster County court to dismiss the case involving tampering with the academic records of ICCC athletes before it comes to trial April 2. Their main argument seems to be that there is no crime because the public officials have the power to place information either true or false into a student's record without violating specific state law. ...
Is 'gay policy' what we need? (03/18/02)
They spoke of what it feels like to be called "queers," "fags" and worse. Some are now college students, and said they wished there had been a nondiscrimination policy to protect them from such abuse when they were in high school in the area. Such a proposed policy - coming out of a routine and usually ignored process of reviewing the district's policy language every so often - has created an unexpected storm of public opinion...