Resource Center
Calvary Chapel of CherokeeContact:  
Pastor Dave Harkins
213 Jordan St.
Larrabee, IA 51029
Phone: (712) 229-9856

Sunday worship: 10AM Wednesday worship: 7PM

Careage HillsContact:   
725 N 2nd St
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-2561

We are deeply dedicated to providing quality elderly care in a homelike environment that promotes physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Executive Director Jenny Kabrick and the rest of our professional staff will gladly attend to your needs.

Careage Hills Care CenterContact:  
725 N 2nd
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-2561

Carey's FurnitureContact:   
107 E. Main Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-4501

Carey's RestaurantContact:  
115 S 2nd St
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-3215

Family Style Restaurant

Cargo ExpressContact:  
103 Hwy 131
Washta, IA 51061
Phone: 712-447-6436

Breakfast, Lunch

Vicki Ruden
4801 Hwy 143
Marcus, IA 51035
Phone: 712-376-2670

Casey's General Store AureliaContact:  
100 Pearl St
Aurelia, IA 51005
Phone: 712-434-2366

Pizza, Sandwiches

Casey's General Store CherokeeContact:  
1225 N 2nd St
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-2061

Pizza, Sandwiches

Casey's General Store MarcusContact:  
4801 Hwy 143
Marcus, IA 51035
Phone: 712-376-2670

Pizza, Sandwiches

Central BankContact:   
401 West Main Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-2546
Fax: (712) 225-3132

Lobby Hours:
Monday -- Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Drive-up Hours:
Monday -- Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Central Bank North Drive-Up BranchContact:   
2 Bow Drive
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-5726

24/7 ATM

Drive-up Hours:
Monday -- Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Central Insurance at Central BankContact:   
401 West Main St.
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (888) 336 -5090

We are your leading source for personal insurance quotes, commercial insurance products and risk management services. We represent over 100 years of providing financial solutions to folks like you. If you are looking for cost-saving insurance solutions with Midwestern values, we invite you to experience Central Insurance!

Office Hours
Monday -- Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m

Cherokee, IAPhone: 866-642-0444

CenturyLink is the third largest telecommunications company in the United States and is recognized as a leader in the network services market by technology industry analyst firms. The Company is a global leader in cloud infrastructure and hosted IT solutions for enterprise customers. CenturyLink provides data, voice and managed services in local, national and select international markets through its high-quality advanced fiber optic network and multiple data centers for businesses and consumers. The company also offers advanced entertainment services under the CenturyLink® Prism™ TV and DIRECTV brands. Headquartered in Monroe, La., CenturyLink is an S&P 500 company and is included among the Fortune 500 list of America's largest corporations.

Cherokee Chamber of CommerceContact:    
Julie Hering Kent
416 West Main Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712.225.6414
Fax: 712.225.2803

The Cherokee Chamber of Commerce strives to make Cherokee a positive place to live, visit and do business. Whether you are looking for something entertaining to do this weekend, or a new community to call home, a good place to shop or a place to open a new business, the Cherokee Chamber can help.

Cherokee Collision CenterContact:   
111 Indian St.
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-3877

Damaged car? We can provide you with a rental while we restore it back into tip-top shape for you.

Have an antique car sitting in the old shed? Call us for an estimate for a complete restoration.

Need to dust off and paint your old 'high school' muscle car? Give us a call to find out what it might take to get it in tip-top shape.

Hit a deer? (Or did it hit you?) We can have an estimate prepared for you within minutes and we'll work with your insurance company

Cherokee Community School DistrictContact:    
Kim Lingenfelter, Superintendent
600 West Bluff
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-6767
Fax: (712) 225-6769

Cherokee Community School District is located in northwest Iowa. The district enrolls approximately 940 students in four schools. Washington High School is a class 2-A high school serving students in grades 9-12. Cherokee Middle School, built in 2001, serves grades 5-8. Roosevelt Elementary School serves students in kindergarten to grade 4. The Early Childhood Learning Center, serves students ages 3 and 4. Our Central Office is located at the northeast entrance of Washington High School.

Cherokee Community TheatreContact:    
Penny Pingrey
530 W. Bluff St.
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-2990

In 1958, Janet Koser and Edith Meloy, of Cherokee, attended a meeting of the Iowa Community Theater Association in Des Moines, seeking advice in starting a community theater.

More than 52 years later, Cherokee Community Theater still thrives, as an all-volunteer, self-supporting organization which produces high quality dramas, comedies and musicals on a year-round basis.

Our Mission
To entertain, enrich and inspire the Cherokee community, and the community at large, through inclusive theater arts programs and volunteerism.

Cherokee Country StoreContact:  
820 S 2nd St
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-6466


Cherokee County FairContact:    
200 Linden Steet
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-5843

The mission of the Cherokee County Fair Association shall be the preservation of the past, promotion of the present, and education on the future, of agriculture, horticulture, mechanical arts, and rural and domestic economy.

The Association shall hold and promote a county fair each year to serve as its primary medium to achieve its mission. The primary focus of the county fair is to serve as a showcase of the talents of the youth of the community by providing a means of education, exhibit and competition of the various livestock and non-livestock projects in which the youth are involved. The Association will also use the county fair to highlight the heritage of the community, its ties to agriculture, industry, and businesses that are the backbone of the community.

The Association shall also promote non-fair events that will aid in sustaining the fairgrounds, while keeping in focus the overall mission of the Association. It will use its own Board members, as well as volunteers from the community organizations, civic clubs and individuals to make up the necessary manpower and expertise that is needed to insure the Association fulfills its mission. The Association will not be considered the authority of any event, other than the county fair and any event managed and produced by the Cherokee County Fair Association.

Cherokee County Iowa State University ExtensionContact:    
Mary Sechler
209 Centennial Drive
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-6196
Fax: (712) 225-3173

When you need to make decisions that affect your family, community, business, or farm, look to Cherokee County Extension and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach for unbiased, research-based information and education to help you make better decisions.

Cherokee County ParksContact:    
Cherokee County Conservation Board
629 River Road
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-6709

This extensive network of green spaces offers nature at Iowa's most beautiful. Our parks offer a variety of hiking, camping, and other nature-inspired activites. Here, there is something for everyone. Click on the website button above to go to Cherokee County Conservation Website and view a large list of parks.

Cherokee County's official government websiteContact:  

Cherokee General StoreContact:  
116 E. Main Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-3216

Gift Store

Cherokee Golf ClubContact:   
800 N. 11th St.
Cherokee, IA 51012

Our course was opened in 1916 and is northwest Iowa's most challenging nine-hole courses. The natural setting of the course and surrounding landscaping allow the natural plants, wildflowers and beautiful habitat to coexist with lush green fairways. The contour of the course ranges from hilly to flat, giving the golfer a nice variety of play. A creek runs through the middle of three holes and sand guards two greens. The upper level of the clubhouse has a dining area, dance floor and lounge. The lower level contains the golfing lounge and pro shop. A swimming pool is available to members. The 9-hole course features 3,143 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. The course rating is 34.6 and it has a slope rating of 123. Brandon Brown manages the course as the Superintendent. We hope you enjoy playing our course and would love to have you as a member.

Cherokee Home Choice, Hospice, and Public HealthContact:   
Lynn Ivarson
1000 South Second Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-6459

Office Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday

Cherokee Hy-Vee PharmacyContact:   
1300 N 2nd St
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-4139

Cherokee InnContact:    
1400 N 2nd St
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-4278

Conveniently located near the junction of Route 59 and Highway 3, Our Cherokee hotel is one hour from Sioux City and offers easy access to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and Omaha, Nebraska. Check your email or plan your trip with our free Wi-Fi Internet, and recharge for your busy day with free continental breakfast. For extra relaxation, book one of the Jacuzzi suites at our Cherokee, IA, hotel. Our pet-friendly hotel is non-smoking and offers handicapped-accessible rooms. Kids 17 and under stay free with an adult.

Cherokee Jazz and Blues FestivalContact:    
Julie Hering Kent
416 W. Main Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-6414

Every second weekend in January, live jazz and blues fill the cold Iowa nights with the sound of hot music! Join us for an event like no other! Become a fan of the Cherokee Jazz and Blues Festival on our Facebook Page!

Cherokee LockerContact:  
120 E. Main Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-2185

Custom Processing of Livestock plus Chicken Processing. Retail meats and custom slaughtering.

Cherokee LumberContact:  
415 West Main Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-1118

Lumber yard selling retail building materials. We also have rental equipment, paint sprayer, floor sanders, scaffolding, insulation blower, trailer and much more. Some of the brands we carry are Diamond Vogel paints & Old Masters Stain & more.

Cherokee Main Street PharmacyContact:   
Tony Puffett
206 W Main St
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-2320

Cherokee Mental Health InstituteContact:   
Cory Turner, Administrator
1251 W Cedar Loop
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-6943

The Cherokee Mental Health Institute provides active inpatient treatment to adults, adolescents and children who are in need of acute psychiatric service.

Cherokee PRCA RodeoContact:    
Val Cedar
200 Linden Steet
Cherokee, IA 51012

The annual Cherokee Chamber PRCA Rodeo is held at the Cherokee County Fairgrounds starting on Thursday evening and runs through Saturday evening. The Rodeo parade takes place on Saturday afternoon at 4 p.m., and the Rodeo Queen is crowned on Friday evening on stage at the Fairgrounds.

Cherokee Public LibraryContact:    
215 South 2nd Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-3498
Fax: (712) 225-4964

The Board of Trustees and staff of the Cherokee Public Library invite you to spend a few moments looking at our library website. With help from the State Library of Iowa and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation we are able to create a place on the Web where you can explore, learn and get help with all your information needs.

Cherokee Regional Clinic - MarcusContact:   
300 E. Pine Street
Marcus, IA 51035
Phone: 712-376-4600

Marcus Clinic, affiliate of the Cherokee Regional Clinic.
Cherokee Regional Clinics are the medical clinics for you and your family’s healthcare services. Cherokee Regional Clinics are primary-care clinics serving patients of all ages in the area. Our clinics offer convenient scheduling and a highly trained staff available to you and your family.

Cherokee Regional Medical CenterContact:    
John Comstock, CEO
300 Sioux Valley Drive
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-5101

Headquartered in Cherokee, CRMC is a leading health care provider with professional and experienced staff. The primary goal at Cherokee Regional Medical Center is to provide quality health care to the community of Cherokee and the surrounding area.

Cherokee Regional Medical Center offers a complete circle of health care to Cherokee and surrounding communities, through the hospital, 3 area medical clinics, the Wellness Center and independent senior living apartments at The Beck. Whatever your health care needs, we are here for you.

Cherokee Regional Medical ClinicsContact:   
Lexi Henson
300 Sioux Valley Drive
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-5101

Cherokee Regional Clinics are the hospital medical clinics for you and your family's healthcare services. Cherokee Regional Clinics are primary-care and surgical clinics serving patients of all ages in the area. Our clinics offer convenient scheduling and a highly trained staff, available to you and your family.

Cherokee Regional Wellness CenterContact:    
Matt Hoskinson
300 Sioux Valley Drive
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-6858 ext. 251

This state of the art facility boasts a basketball court, swimming pool, raquetball courts, weights, cardio equipment, and a walking track.

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Cherokee State BankContact:    
212 W Willow St.
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712)225-3000 & (800)391-1697
Fax: (712) 225-3848

Lobby Hours:
Monday - Friday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Saturday from 9:00 AM to 12:00 noon.

Drive-up Hours:
Monday - Friday from 8:15 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturdays from 8:15 AM to 12:00
•Full Service Saturday Morning

Cherokee Villa Nursing and Rehab CenterContact:    
Kristi Schubert
1011 N. Roosevelt Ave
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-5189
Fax: (712) 225-6498

Created in 1988, Care Initiatives is the largest single operator of quality nursing homes in Iowa. We currently serve over 3,000 older Iowans and through 45 nursing homes, 8 assisted living locations and 4 independent living units . Our home office is located in West Des Moines, Iowa.
We are committed to providing for the special needs of the elderly throughout Iowa. All of our facilities are Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) as well as Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF), providing regular medical, nursing, social and rehabilitative services. All of our facilities also provide professional nursing care for those who need 24-hour nursing services.

Cherokee WITCCContact:    
Darla Struck
200 Victory Drive
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-0238
Fax: (712) 225-5664

Through a community partnership, the Cherokee campus and conference center was constructed and opened in 1996. The facility boasts many amenities including: a 187-seat auditorium, computer training lab, applied technology lab for technical training such as auto mechanics and construction trades, ICN classroom, six general classrooms, learning assessment area, adjunct faculty offices, library, general science lab for biology, chemistry and physics courses, and 8000 square-foot, multi-use conference center hall equipped with catering kitchen, to host trade shows, conferences, banquets and seminars.

Chronicle TimesContact:    
Paul Struck, Editor
111 South 2nd St.
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-5111

The Chronicle Times covers Cherokee County producing a newspaper Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, along with the, Area Advertiser, a weekly shopper every Tuesday.

City of AureliaContact:    
Barb Messerole, City Clerk
236 Main Street
Aurelia, IA 51005
Phone: (712) 434-2025
Fax: (712) 434- 5986

The Aurelia City Council meets the third Monday of each month.
Office hours are; Monday-Friday 9AM- 3PM

City of CherokeeContact:    
Diane Cargin, City Clerk
416 W. Main Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-5749
Fax: (712) 225-2803

The Cherokee City Council meets the second and Fourth Tuesday of each month at 7PM.
City Administrator is Sam Kooiker.
City Hall is open Monday - Friday 8AM - 4:30PM.

City of Cherokee - Fire DepartmentContact:    
300 W. Elm St.
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-3906
Fax: (712) 225-2526

The Cherokee Fire Department consists of 25 volunteer firemen, two paid driver/dispatchers and a chief. The Department is manned five days a week, with split shifts 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Friday. Equipment consists of four pumpers, one aerial truck, one tanker and an equipment van.

City of Cherokee - Mayor & CouncilContact:    
416 W. Main Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-5749
Fax: (712) 225-2803

The City of Cherokee has a Mayor/Council form of government with a City Manager and five council members. The city is divided into three wards, with one council member elected from each ward and two elected at-large, which means that everyone in all three wards may vote for them.

The council meets in regular session on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, but can meet for special meetings at any time or place. Correspondence for the Mayor and Council can be mailed to the City of Cherokee at 416 W. Main St., Cherokee IA 51012.

City of Cherokee - Police DepartmentContact:    
239 W. Maple St.
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-6464
Fax: (712) 225-6743

City of Cherokee - UtilitiesContact:    
746 E. Spruce St.
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-0668

City of CleghornContact:    
Ginell Wetter- City Clerk
105 N. Lewis Ave
Cleghorn, IA 51014
Phone: (712) 436-2474
Fax: (712) 436-2404

The Cleghorn City Council meets the second Monday of each month at 7PM.
Open hours for City Hall are: Monday 1PM to 6PM and Thursday 9AM to 4PM

City of LarrabeeContact:   
Danette Morgan - City Clerk
106 N. Main St.
Larrabee, IA 51029
Phone: (712) 437-2575

The Larrabee City Council meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7PM.

City of MarcusContact:    
Bev Alesch - City Clerk
222 N. Main Street
Marcus, IA 51035
Phone: (712) 376-4715
Fax: (712) 376-2055

The Marcus City Council meets the second Monday of each month at 7:30PM.
Open hours for City Hall are: Monday though Friday from 9AM - 3PM.

City of MeridenContact:   
Robert Morse - City Clerk
113 Eagle St.
Meriden, IA 51037
Phone: (712) 443-8841

The Meriden City Council meets the first Monday of every month at 7PM.

City of QuimbyContact:   
Linda Sones - City Clerk
101 E. 2nd Avenue
Quimby, IA 51047
Phone: (712) 445-2366
Fax: (712) 445-2413

The Quimby City Council meet the first Monday of each month at 7PM at City Hall.
The hours for City Hall are M-F 8AM to 11:30AM,
Linda is also available at the Quimby Library from 1PM-5PM on M-T-W-F and 2PM-6PM on Thurs.

City of WashtaContact:   
Barb Slota - City Clerk
206 Main St.
Washta, IA 51061
Phone: (712) 447-6216

The Washta City Council meets the first Monday of each month at 6:30PM.
City Hall hours are: T-W-F 8:30AM -12:30PM

Cleghorn Christian ChurchContact:  
Bob Blair
207 E. Front St.
Cleghorn, IA 51014
Phone: (712) 436-2424

Sunday Worship Service: 11:00 AM

CML Telephone Cooperative AssociationContact:   
Serving Cleghorn, Meriden & Larrabee
208 Eagle St
Meriden, IA 51037
Phone: 412-443-8222

The C-M-L Telephone Cooperative is headquartered in the community of Meriden, in Cherokee County of northwest Iowa. It is member owned and serves the communities of Cleghorn, Larrabee and Meriden in Cherokee County. Along with these communities, it also serves approximately 225 square miles of rural Cherokee and O'Brien counties. Our business is Communications Services and we intend to provide those services to our customers the way our customers want them -- State of the Art and at affordable rates.

Community of ChristContact:  
Pastor Jean Jenness
413 Clark Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 229-9856

Sunday Church School: 9:15 AM
Sunday Church Service: 10:30 AM

Cook Law FirmContact:   
209 W. Willow St.
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-5175

Herrick, Ary, Cook, Cook, Cook & Cook was established in 1869 in Cherokee, Iowa. The four currently practicing attorneys of the firm are John Cook, Jr., Richard Cook, William Cook and Jason Cook. We are known to our clients and the legal community as The Cook Law Firm.

Our law office provides legal services to individuals, corporations, government entities, insurance companies and banking institutions. We provide both plaintiff and defense work in litigated matters.

We provide free initial consultations to our new clients. We value your privacy and keep all information confidential. Review the legal services that we provide to determine if we can assist you.

Copper CupContact:  
425 W Main St
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-5287

Coffee House, Restaurant, Cafe

Country CreationsContact:  
Barb Cave
PO Box 443
Marcus, ID 51035
Phone: 712-376-4000

Country Side EstatesContact:   
Sharon Nicoliasen
921 Riverview Drive
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-5724

Countryside EstatesContact:   
921 Riverview Drive
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-5724

Countryside Estates is dedicated to providing continuous excellent care and independence in a safe, secure and home-like environment. They are a Consumer Directed Attendant Care provider (Elderly Waiver), which means they can accept private pay tenants as well as HUD assistance and Medicaid payment on those who qualify.

Crossroads Christian ChurchContact:  
Pastor Gregg Johnson
515 W. Main St.
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-1422

Children's Director: Cari Clyde
Sunday School: 5:30 PM
Sunday Worship: 6:30 PM
Roadrunner - Wednesday: 6:15-7:35PM