Penny Rayfirstname.lastname@example.org “Doc” Wacholz stands outside Cherokee Guns on U.S. 64 West, which was burglarized on Sept. 13. The store’s window and door were boarded up until the glass could be replaced.
Murphy – Cherokee Guns has entered the manufacturing business.
“Right now, there’s a big surge in gun sales, and my sales are through the roof,” Cherokee Guns owner “Doc” Wacholz said. “Because of…
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