WITCC offers welding program to WHS studentsWestern Iowa Tech Community College in Cherokee has a new welding program available to Cherokee High School students. The program started in January 2018. Students enrolled in this program have the...
County Fair QuiltAs part of the Cherokee County Fair’s Quilt Block Contest, this quilt will be auctioned off on Saturday, July 21, during the Demo Derby intermission at the 2018 Cherokee County Fair. The 2018 Fair...
- A-A Boards hold monthly Meeting (5/18/18)
- Reminder to register to vote (5/18/18)
- Ross Memorial Fund seeks donations (5/18/18)
- District zeroes in on new elementary school addition (5/16/18)
- Plantings to enhance trails (5/16/18)
- City flowers need you! (5/16/18)
- Master Gardeners offer three growing season webinars (5/16/18)
- Seeking 2018 Fair Queen Candidates (5/16/18)
- Alayne Graybill recognized by Governor for Academic Excellence (5/16/18)
- Cherokee Cattlemen salute Beef Month (5/14/18)
- Tennis Braves play at District (5/18/18)DENISON - The Cherokee Braves finished out their weather-abbreviated season at last week’s 1A District Tournament in Denison. “For the first time in 30 years, the IHSAA split up the Lakes Conference teams for tournament play and sent us south to face completely unfamiliar teams,” said veteran Cherokee coach Dave Zelle...
Roger Lee Tewes (5/18/18)Funeral services for Roger Lee Tewes of rural Larrabee, Iowa, age 79, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday, May 18, 2018, at Oakdale Evangelical Free Church, rural Meriden, Iowa, with Pastor Jonathan...
Eleanore M. Costa (Anderson) (5/18/18)Eleanore Costa passed away peacefully in her sleep at home recently in her 100th year. Born on the family farm in Larrabee, Iowa, on September 13, 1918, to Axel and Bessie (Enockson)...
Dennis Davis (5/16/18)Dennis Dean Davis of Spencer, Iowa, a graduate of Aurelia High School, passed away on May 9, 2018. There will be a private family graveside service held at a later date. Dennis Dean Davis, the son of...
Elizabeth M. “Betty” Ammons (5/16/18)Elizabeth M. “Betty” Ammons of Cherokee, Iowa, 92, passed away Sunday morning, May 13, 2018 at Cherokee Specialty Care. Funeral services will be held on Friday, May 18th, at 11 a.m. at the Boothby...
Births: Ramirez / daughter (5/18/18)Juan and Jenna Ramirez are happy to announce the birth of their baby daughter, born on May 13, 2018. Leona Antoinette Ramirez was born at 4:34 p.m., weighed 6 lb. 2 oz., and measured 19 inches...
Births: Harden, Misko / son (5/11/18)Lee Harden and Kimberly Misko of Holstein are happy to announce the birth of their baby boy, born on May 3, 2018. Bradley Ray Misko-Harden was born at 7:05 a.m., weighed 6 lb. 6 oz., and measured 20...
Births: Brown / son (5/11/18)Scott and Teri Bown of Knightdale, North Carolina are the proud parents of an 8 lb 9 oz baby boy. Ian Frederick was born on April 10, 2018. Ian’s grandparents are Doug and Mary Johnson of Virginia...
Births: Fuller/ son (5/11/18)Gabe and Alanna Fuller of Cherokee are happy to announce the birth of their baby boy, born on May 6, 2018. Tate Jordheim Fuller was born at 6:16 a.m. and he weighed 7 lb. 7 oz. and measured 20 1/2...
Supportive Community Living AssistantPart-Time, working up to Full-Time. Monday through Friday - daytime hours + 1-2 evenings/month for an activity until approx. 7:30pm. Work in the Community of Cherokee, assisting persons with Disabilities to learn independent living. Fun and...
Help WantedRadiologic Technology Adjunct Position Available: Part-time teaching position for on campus Radiologic Technology courses. Bachelor’s degree required. Summer semester begins May 23, 2018. For more information contact Dr. Rhonda Pennings, Northwest Iowa Community College, 603 West Park Street, Sheldon, IA 51201, 712-631-5640. AA/EOE
Cherokee Apartments for Rent2 bdrm , upstairs apartment. Stove, refrigerator, water and heat and garage furnished. References required, no pets. Call 225-2116.
- Red Ribbon Cutting at Mother Hen
- Book Signing Saturday by Local Author
- WITCC offers welding program to WHS students
- Trails expansion meeting Wednesday
- District zeroes in on new elementary school addition
- Ross Scholarship winner
- Plantings to enhance trails
- Ross Memorial Fund seeks donations
- Alayne Graybill recognized by Governor for Academic Excellence
- City flowers need you!