In her second year as principal at Hiwassee Dam Elementary/Middle School, Ruby Cutshaw is seeing just how creative she has to be in planning the upcoming school year.
By Samantha Sinclair
Texana – A local woman died in a single-car crash Saturday evening.
By Penny Ray
Robbinsville – Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies are still searching for a convicted felon who is wanted on warrants as well as potentially being involved in child exploitatio
By Matthew Osborne
Raleigh – North Carolina’s only federally recognized American Indian tribe could soon offer sports and horse wagering to patrons at its two casinos.
By Associated Press
Andrews – Town aldermen voted to rescind a paving contract after one of the bidders argued the comparisons were unreasonable.
By Penny Ray
Blairsville, Ga. – Andrews High’s football team is looking to take a big step forward in head coach James Phillips’ fourth year.
Andrews – Runners were out in force early Saturday morning to help raise money for a team that could have big things in its future.
Murphy – When crossing the state line from Tennessee into North Carolina on U.S. 64 East, travelers are greeted with a sign that indicates “Manteo, 563.”
Murphy – It seems to be a natural fit: batting cages and karate under the same roof.
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.
Dewey L. Moss, 78, of Marble, passed away Tuesday, July 16, 2019, in a Chattanooga, Tenn., hospital.
He was a native of Marble and proudly served in the United States Navy.
Travis Gene McGrady, 41, of Murphy, passed away Friday, July 12, 2019, at his residence.
Joyce Allen, 87, of Murphy, passed away Sunday, July 14, 2019, in a Murphy care facility.
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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