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    Cherokee County Herald newspaper online

    About Cherokee County Herald English online newspaper : Cherokee County Herald newspaper is English language newspaper in USA. It was started in March-1938. It was Published in Centre, Alabama, United States. It was founded by Joseph Malachi Shaw Sr. & his wife Gussie Grimes Shaw. Format of this paper is Online.

    Geolocation: USA Alabama

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    Cherokee County Herald epaper

    Country USA Alabama
    Language English
    E-paper Click Here to Read
    Registration Free

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    More about Cherokee County Herald newspaper : In March 1938, Joseph Malachi Shaw Sr. and his wife, Gussie Grimes Shaw, who left their Shaw's printing store in Guntersville with their 17-year old son, Joseph M. Shaw Jr., to begin new publication, formed the Cherokee County Herald. Until 1950, Joseph Sr. served as The Herald's editor. Joe Jr.'s entry was at about a half block from where his dad set up the company at the present place on 107 West First Avenue. The Cherokee Milling block, used for storage of grain, was bought by Joe Jr.