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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, February 3, 2011 Sergeant Edward Kuhl Sergeant Edward Kuhl has completed the U.S. Army Basic Noncommis- sioned Officer Course at the 209 th Regiment Head- quartered at Camp Ashland, NE. SGT Kuhl is a member of the 938 th Mili- tary Police Detachment of the Indiana National Guard. SGT Kuhl is pre- paring for his second de- ployment to Iraq, third ca- reer deployment and is an 18-year veteran. Kuhl and his wife Erin have four sons. They reside in Saint Joseph, MI where he and his wife serve as Deputy NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES [ Specialist Erik McDonald Specialist Erik Mc- Donald (Doc Mac), gradu- ate of Norwalk High School in 2003, plans to be home on leave for the first half of February. McDonald is a combat medic with the Scout/ Sniper Recon PLT. He will return to COP Najil, in the Afghan mountains, in mid-February to rejoin his team for another six months. The Outpost is manned by less than 100 soldiers and has seen the most combat of the battal- ion. He was injured in a roadside bombing earlier in the month. Luckily he is fine and we can't wait for him to come home. Sheriffs. SGT Kuhl is the ................................... son of Ed and Diane Kuhl Des Moines Area Com- of Norwalk. munity College President earned a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point average. Those recognized from Norwalk include: Steph- anie Agee, Administrative Assistant; Jessica Ander- son, Surgical Technology; Kathryn Ankrum, Alyssa Bustillos, Kara Gesaman, Jordan Kness, Romelyn Meyer, David Settle, Abigail Short, Maralee Stevenson and Carrie .................................. Wood, Liberal Arts; Traci Feder, Shandy Johnson and Sara Schroeder, Pre- Nursing; Rahemma Mayfield, Associate Gen- eral Studies; Paula Murphy, Legal Assistant; David Neubauer, Tele- communications Tech- nology; Lukas Onstot, Auto Collision Technol- ogy; Edward Sater, Diesel Technology; Frank Tho- mas, Hotel Restaurant Management; Randall Williams, Industrial Electro-Mechanical Tech. and Jamie Windle, Pre- Dental Occupations. Those from Prole in- cluded: Weston Connor, Ariana Shnurman and Robert Wiedmann, Liberal Arts; Kellie Phillips, Criminal Justice. ..... - ........................... Rob Denson has released .................................. the names of students eli- More than 500 students gible for the Fall Semester graduated following the Dean's List. To be eligible, Fall semester from Des a student must have MoinesArea Community College's (DMACC's) Ankeny, Boone, Carroll, Newton, Urban and West Campuses. Those recog- nized from Norwalk in- clude: Autumn Dovel, Practical Nursing; Logan Myers and Stephanie Young, Liberal Arts; Maggie Smith, Data Entry and Deborah Thorson, Early Childhood Educa- tion. Des Moines Area Com- munity College President Rob Denson has released the names of students eli- gible for the Fall Semester President's List. To be eli- gible, a student must have earned a 4.0 grade point average. Those recognized from Norwalk include: Joseph Becker, Business Adminis- tration; Sherman Belden, Tyler Fick, Joshua Gideon, Joy Huse, Mackenzie Legler, Patrick Smith, Deborah Thorson and Jo- seph Villines, Liberal Arts; Justin Embrey, Criminal Justice; Karl Faust, Legal Assistant; Michelle Hanson, Associate General Studies; Brittany Jacobs, Todd Lawson and Ryan Pentico, Culinary Arts; Heather Keeney and Rachel Short, Practical Nursing; Allison Mick and Jennifer Pastor, Pre-Nurs- ing; Carl Morton, Ac- counting and Bookkeep- ing; Kristy Paterno and Kayla Worden, Early Childhood Education. Those from Prole were David Walker and Robert Walker, Liberal Arts. Enjoy Vatine's Day Monday, CFeuary 14 at C! o. BAMBINO'S m 09p RESTAURANT .... !, ::I) 5 Dinner Special for two includes dance admission cover. Easy listening dance music provided by "Two Dudes, One Dudette and One Dud" Ats' Amore, playing 7 to 10 p.m. Full service bar $5 cover 4221 South Orilla Road 981-9127 Valentine's Day  V V Gift Certificates Available -- WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 1016 Main St., Norwalk Call for an appointment/ THE CELL ULAR CONNE FION $50 OFF ANY SMARTPHONE PURCHASE! WITH NEW 2 YEAR ACTIVATION & DATA PAK REQ'D NOTVALID WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS RESTRICTIONS APPLY Promotion not valid with Iphone ven00n 1220 Sunset Dr. 115 S. DuffAve. 704 Story St. Norwalk, IA 50211 Ames, IA 50010 Boone, IA 50036 (515)981-9089 (515)233-5289 (515)432-3207