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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, April 15, 2010 . Jl Lucas Pontier, Prole, earned an athletic letter for participation on the Coe College Kohawks wres- tling team in Cedar Rap- ids. A 2006 graduate of Indianola High School, he is the son of Tim and Lisa Pontier. Five Kohawks earned All-American status and four earned NWCA Scholar All-American sta- tus. The Kohawks had the third highest GPA in the nation, while finishing fourth on the mat. STACI APPEL Concluded from p. 2 available to help small businesses create jobs and strengthened Iowa's Small Business Development Centers. In addition, a new website will be developed as a central point for small business assistance. Reforming business tax credits. By shifting the focus of our tax credits away from big business and investing more in our local Main Street busi- nesses, we cut the state's tax credit liability by $115 million and dramatically increased public account- ability. Our reforms will make sure that tax credits are creating jobs and growing Iowa's economy. If they aren't, they'll be eliminated. Protecting Iowa com- munities. We approved tougher laws on sex of- fenders. Internet sex predators and domestic abusers. At the same time, we expanded gun rights for law-abiding citizens. New traffic laws will make our roadway s safer and save lives. American Dream Realty 1220 Sunset Dr Norwalk, IA Office: 981-0022 Cell: 490-9002 B2B Salon Birth 5921 SE 14th Street, Suite 1800 Eric and Alegra (east of Culver's) Blackford, LaMarque, TX Des Moines, iowa are the parents of a son, 515-287-1500 Carter Donald, born Fri- day, March 19, inHouston, 20% OFF T. Carter weighed 7 lbs., 1 all services oz. and was 193din. long. 20% OFF He is their first child. Grandparents are Tom retail on selected and Shirley Blackford, products Norwalk, and. Diane Bogan, Hitchcock, TX .... Discount Good Great-grandmother is April 2 - May 14, 2010 Margaret Brown, Texas City, TX. Brandon and his Golden Egg Quality Cut Affordable Price Supporting our ser- Brandon Hunt, 7, the son of Ed and Jana Hunt, SrVg vice members and veter- Norwalk, was the winner of the Norwalk Family Pool GF OW ans. Iowa became the first Pass by finding the golden egg. This event was held state in the nation to ap- Satu/day, April 3, at the McAninch Sports Complex. P  Jl Jl CIb ill Jl prove the Department of Each child had a flashlight and could pick up eggs ,,l]..) Defense's ten measures in along the way while trying to search out the golden support of military fami- egg. Photo submitted. lies. We also passed nu- merous measures that honor and assist our vet- I I erans. Building Iowa's alter- : dtS 1 native energy economy. : The Legislature approved (NAPS)--Recognizing a the fourth year of the Iowa concussion and taking the Power Fund and other leg- appropriate steps can improve the chance for and islation to expand the pro- the speed of a full recovery. duction of Iowa-grown To learn more about con- energy, help family farm- cussion, contact CDC at ers and make our state (800) CDC-INFO or visit CDC on the Web at www. more energy independent, cdc.gov/concussion. Unfortunately, the na- ,,, tional recession isn't over The doctors who are mem- yet. However, the steps bers of the International Academy of Low Vision we've taken this year make Specialists must take over Iowa far better positioned 40 hours a year of extra than most states to recover training, publish research quicker and stronger, and keep current with all the latest technologies in ::ii iii: You can find a more de- low-vision care. To learn FISH & WIU00 GALIVI00 tailed summary of this more, visit www.ialvs.com session's highlights at or call (888) 778-2030. FEED EXPO w w w.s e n ate. i o w a. g o v / :::!'i!!! .................. :::%% .............. /:f:/::' i Appel/highlights _2010.pdf. Open Sun April 18th 1-dpm 7899 59 th Ln. Ultra Clean 4BR 3BA Ranch on 6A m/l. Large APRIL 24TH, rooms, finished walkout, wood stove, 3 car Garage. Timber & walking trails. GreatAcreage! $244,900 3001 -,7== pM i@ (Activities begin at 3 pm; Meal at 5 pm) 1013 Nor,alk Dinner. FREE Program Tickets: $10 for 17 yrs & above Lots of updl is 3BR 2BA LL family rm. (16 & under Free) Storyteller & Musician, Steve Chapman 6 Taxidermy Displays 11862 St Charles Wild game, fish & traditional dishes HWY 5 BYPASS " ......... Newer on 9+ ac m/I fenced LOTS of door prizes including: A week's stay at Eagle Ridge Resort in upper   MN, Bear Hunt including bait & guide service %,//V and dinners, Matthews Bow ($800 value) /? 412 Kno any olk Archery Shoot % Hunting Simulator r/ HWY G14 Updated 2 15, car detached garage. -Turkey Seminar | (NORTH AVENUE) ,, And Lots of Vendors! Looking to sell your home and want results, give us a call today/ i00!'00i!i7 .... F g L L 0 W S U I P Debbie & John iiii '  COMMUNITY CHURCH Marmon i Broker/Owner/Realtors 225 North Avenue, Norwalk * 981-0699 == ,,:.Mo Purchase tickets online at www.fccnorwatk.org Each office independently owned and operated