Subscribe
News

Senator Chuck Grassley R-IA, doesn’t see the possibility of a new farm bill passing before November's presidential election, but instead another one-year extension will be tacked on to the …

Rae Collins, Landen Collins and Jack Griffin from Kingsley-Pierson’s FFA helped to deliver and assemble beds for families in Cherokee affected by flooding. They were volunteering with Sleep in …

The Cherokee County Conservation Board has received a significant grant to support the development of the Licklider Shooting Complex. The MidwayUSA Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to fostering …

Freda Tolzin’s 100-year life has been bookended by floods.  The night she was born, a rainstorm brewed across northwest Iowa. By foot, her father trekked through high mud and water to …

Cherokee County residents now have a new and convenient way to retire old and worn American and Iowa flags with dignity. A new flag retirement drop box has been installed in the parking lot of the …

The Cherokee Community School Board convened for their regular session on July 15th. Several key topics sparked discussion among board members and school administration. Resignations and exit …

Cherokee Community School District raised student fees for the first time in six years during their July school board meeting. While meal prices remain unchanged, textbook fees, activity passes, and …

A Cherokee man pleaded guilty to a lesser felony charge in connection with an alleged hit-and-run collision that killed Phillip Watterson. Casey Herwig, 30, pleaded guilty on Monday to leaving …

A giant spider has been seen on the east edge of Aurelia. It’s 10 feet tall and big enough for a car to drive underneath. It’s the latest creation of Aurelia farmer/ sculptor Denny …

Residents of Cherokee County affected by recent flooding and severe storms can now receive face-to-face help from FEMA at a new Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) opening this Saturday, July 20th. …

Cherokee Regional Medical Center is excited to announce the addition of two Ear, Nose, & Throat specialists to our growing list of exceptional medical …

  The Dickinson County Board of Supervisors is mulling a bridge over 230th Avenue above the Lower Gar outlet, releasing the Iowa Great Lakes’ excess waters more freely into Milford …

Sheriff Scott says disciplinary action taken A Cherokee man sued two sheriff’s deputies for wrongfully searching his house on North Fifth Street in connection with an investigation into a …

Citizens First National Bank of Storm Lake sued Holzhauer Motors of Cherokee, alleging the car dealership failed to pay over $6.4 million in operating loans that were issued last December. In a …

Recent flooding in Cherokee has caused ruinous damage to the wastewater treatment plant on River Road to the tune of $40 million.  Cherokee's wastewater plant processes all of the city's …

Amid widespread rain and flooding across Northwest Iowa, drought that was once widespread across the state is no longer.  According to a news release from the Iowa Department of Natural …

Dickinson County officials met with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources last Wednesday night to discuss an expedited permit to drain Lower Gar outlet. In a news conference on Thursday, July 11, Gov. Kim Reynolds announced...

Due to the recent flooding that devastated the community, Cherokee Area Economic Development Corporation is proud to announce a special Revolving Loan Fund program designed to assist local businesses …

The Cherokee County Board of Supervisors tackled a wide range of topics at their July 9 meeting, with updates on flood recovery efforts taking center stage. County Engineer Sarah Tracy informed …

Area flooding has forced the Cherokee Skate Park committee to reevaluate construction plans. Committee members Cindy Wilberding and Sheree Hausmann requested aid from the Cherokee City Council …

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 1843 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.