Several businesses have either opened new stores or relocated to the Chronicle Times "neighborhood" lately. First mentioned in our Sept. 22 issue, The Kid2Kids consignment store, owned by Alecia Maurer, has now moved from its former location on Fifth Street to 201 West Main Street, the former location of "House of Yours."
Kid2Kids, which sells "gently used, quality kids, juniors, and young women's clothing, and furniture," is now open for business at their new location.
Schueder is a graduate of Faust Institute, Reiss the Le Mars Beauty College, and the two worked together at Cherokee's Degree of Style for the last six years before opening their new business on Oct. 31.
To the south of the Chronicle Times building and Carey's Restaurant, on the corner of East Second and Maple, Gay Strub is in the process of remodeling the former Tom's Shoe Repair for her business, Natural Health Solutions. Strub has been running a health supply business out of her home in rural Marcus for 23 years, and has now decided to "set up shop" in Cherokee. There is a lot of work to do on the building yet, but her goal is to have the store open by December.
Natural Health Solutions' business hours are going to be 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday - Wednesday and Friday; 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday.
"I'm really looking to working here, and being part of downtown Cherokee" said Strub.