Resource Center
Natural Health Therapeutic MassageContact:  
227 1/2 W Main St.
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-6023


Massage Therapists and Services

New Leaf Used Futniture & HomeContact:  
616 West Beech Street
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-4309


Shop for used furniture and home decor items. All proceeds go toward CAASA. All items are donated. Donations are tax deductable.

New ReflectionsContact:  
112 Main St
Aurelia, IA 51005
Phone: 712-434-2645


Massage Therapist /Cosmetology

Nichol's Smokin' BarbequeContact:  
208 1/2 Main St
Aurelia, IA 51005
Phone: 712-434-5950



Northstar Credit UnionContact:   
1030 S 2nd St, PO Box 556
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-5731 - (800) 848-573
Fax: (712) 225-2249

Office Hours:
Monday through Thursday: 9am - 5pm
Fridays: 9am - 6pm
Saturdays: 9am - Noon
Drive-Up opens daily at 8:30am

Northwest Iowa AppraisalsContact:    
Claudia Comstock
300 Tapley Lane
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: 712-225-6472
Fax: 712-225-1023


Northwest Iowa Community CollegeContact:    
603 West Park Street
Sheldon, IA 51201
Phone: (712) 324-5061/(800) 352-4907
Fax: (712) 324-4136

An objective within NCC?s Strategic Plan was to, ?Enhance the Colleges' Image to External Communities?. One of the strategies identified to accomplish this task was to enhance NCC?s website. We have included the entire campus in the content and functionality of this site. This truly was a campus wide effort.

I hope as you click through this site you enjoy learning more about NCC ? ?your? community college. From our college credit courses to the Continuing Education classes and Business & Industry Training we truly strive to meet our mission as a progressive learning college rapidly responding to the changing needs of our global community!

Northwest RealtyContact:    
Karen Peterson & Denny Paltz
200 W. Main
Cherokee, IA 51012
Phone: (712) 225-6447
Fax: (712) 225-6017


Northwestern CollegeContact:   
101 7th Street SW
Orange City, IA 51041
Phone: (712) 707-7000


Northwestern is a Christian college in the Reformed tradition. That tradition goes back to the 16th-century Protestant Reformation and to the work of John Calvin. Calvinist churches spread throughout continental Europe and the rest of the English-speaking world, including North America, where their best-known representatives have been the Puritans and the Presbyterians.

Reformed Christianity was the dominant religious influence in colonial America. In the early 17th century, Dutch Calvinist immigrants settled in what is now New York, where the first Reformed Church was organized in 1628. This makes the Reformed Church in America, Northwestern?s founding denomination, the oldest Protestant denomination in North America with a continuous ministry.