Noland Smith, Pat Ivie, Jan Davidson, Lori Coffey, Derrick Palmer, and Kate Delong, along with (not pictured) Imagean Adams, Christy Armstrong, and Brenda Blount form the Cherokee County Commun
By Ben Katz
I’ve always been a proponent for generic medications because they are more affordable and supposedly contain the same biologically active ingredient.
By Suzy Cohen
Raleigh – If a pending bill in the state House of Representatives passes, it will be up to rural counties like Cherokee to seek grants and local funds to improve broadband infr
By Matthew Osborne
Andrews – Leatherwood water storage tank has served its useful life.
By Penny Ray
Murphy – Town council passed an ordinance last week prohibiting large truck-trailer drivers from accessing North Church Street.
By Penny Ray
Elizabethton, Tenn. – Dale Earnhardt Jr. was taken to a hospital after his plane crashed in east Tennessee.
Andrews – Gage Gillespie is used to going fast, whether it’s on the track, in the pool or on the football field.
Murphy – After a spring and summer of seeing college campuses across the Southeast, Yousef Mugharbil is happy to be back to business.
Andrews – Coach James Phillips does not have time to worry about who is not playing for the Wildcats this year.
Murphy – Thursday marked the first Murphy High School varsity football practice of the year.
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.
Carmoleta Pearl Holtzclaw, 87, passed away Monday, Aug. 5, 2019, in Decatur, Ind.
She was born Oct. 27, 1931, in Murphy to the late Lenice and Verlin (Burl) Poteet.
Donald Leon Sosebee, 76, of Marble, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2019.
Rev. Harry Hawk, 85, of Andrews, passed away Monday, Aug. 5, 2019, in an Andrews care facility.
Harry was a native of Cherokee County, where he lived most of his life.
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.
The Cherokee Scout
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Murphy, NC 28906