Need a shed? Call Cherokee Lumber
If you need a small building constructed on your property, just call Phil Stowater,the owner of Cherokee Lumber. Phil and his crew have been building this type of structure for about five years now,and he estimates they have built hundreds of them over that time period, with some of the buildings in locations as far as 100 miles away from Cherokee...
UAV research described
Josh Sievers of the Northwest Research Farm gave a presentation at the Sanford Museum on February 21 on the use of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle at the research farm, which is located in O'Brien County.
Times Gone By
Last Friday Cherokee Lodge No. 167 K. of P. celebrated the 5lst anniversary of t h e founding of the order. Some seventy-live guests joined the members in making the evening one of merriment and enjoyment. A number of amusing "stunts" such as eating crackers and whistling, blowing a peanut across the hall,etc. ...
After prom donation
Kim Wych of the the Washington High School After Prom Committee accepts a $1,000 donation from Tim Haupert on behalf of the Cherokee HyVee Food Store. The prom will take place on April 18 at the high school with the after prom party taking place at the middle school...
A place for visitors to stay
Andy and Pamela Linn, who farm near Pierson, had been looking for a small, well-built, energy efficient home to purchase, with the idea of having the house available for short-term rental for visitors coming to town for special occasions, such as graduations or weddings. This concept has become popular in large cities throughout the world, through such sites as airbnb.com, but visitors to smaller towns like Cherokee had so such option available to them - until now...
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