Ranger – Several months of meeting minutes and agendas at the Cherokee County Department of Social Services Board are missing from county and state files, Carolina Public Press
By Kate Martin
Andrews – A year ago, Sharon Edmundson delivered a straightforward message to town lawmakers: get your financial house in order, or the state will take control of the finances.
By Penny Ray
Ranger – For a dozen years, seniors in Cherokee County have looked to Winfield Clonts for information, opportunity and fellowship.
By Ben Katz
Murphy – Cherokee County Schools are moving to the Latin honors system, eliminating the valedictorian/salutatorian model after bringing it back only 11 years ago.
By Ben Katz
Murphy – The Murphy River Walk was the beneficiary of some tender loving care this week, as volunteers from Hinton Rural Life Center’s ministry program came to town Monday to s
By Matthew Osborne
Murphy – Quite the talented duo is departing the ranks of Murphy High School athletics, and now they have received their just due.
Mount Airy – It is not exactly be the state championship Kelsey Fulgham had in mind. But what a difference a year makes.
Murphy – All he is really doing is changing his color scheme.
Andrews – One is moving on to the next chapter of her life.
The other is just hitting his stride.
Raleigh – The heat, crowds and every other element possible did little to deter the athletes that gathered at the N.C. Summer Games.
World War II veteran Jack Rhodes was honored by fellow veterans Saturday in Cherokee County. Read more about Rhodes' life and honors in the March 27 edition of the Cherokee Scout.
R. Maurice Sherrill, 79, of Andrews, went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, June 23, 2019.
Robert “Claude” Stiles, 82, of Murphy, passed away Saturday, June 22, 2019, at his residence.
Ruby L. Pace, 91, of Marble, born April 18, 1928, went home to be with Jesus and loved ones gone before on Saturday, June 22, 2019, at Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga, Tenn.
52 Things to Celebrate About Cherokee County: No. 52 – Our Mountain Lifestyle
52 Things to Celebrate About Cherokee County: No. 51 – Christmas Charities
52 Things to Celebrate About Cherokee County: No. 50 – Local Clubs & Organizations
The Fourth of July Parade in Murphy made a nice comeback Wednesday, led by American Legion Post 96 and Cub Scout Pack 400 and followed by plenty of terrific entries.
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