Brasstown – Glenda Beall has loved to write since childhood, but it wasn’t until she moved to Hayesville from Albany, Ga., in 1995 that she began to publish and sell her work.
By Paula Canup
Hayesville – Clay County took the battle over funding at Tri-County Community College to another level Thursday night, as the board of commissioners voted to withhold their pro
By Lorraine Bennett
Bellview – A lifelong resident of Cherokee County was beaten to death over the weekend by alleged assailants who stole his truck and went joyriding in Georgia.
By Matthew Osborne
Hiwassee Dam – Coming out of a four-set win at Andrews on Sept.
Murphy – A pair of Smoky Mountain Conference matches and another set of games with 2A competition gave the Murphy Lady Bulldogs little room to breathe last week.
Murphy – There is no nicer way to put it: the Murphy Bulldogs dominated the North Georgia Falcons on Friday night.
Wayne Roshaven, Andy Monger, Roy Stephenson and Chris Moore from the EKG Quartet surprise Amity Ledford during her last day of work at Cherokee Code Enforcement.
Herman C. Ford, 80, of Young Harris, Ga., passed away peacefully Saturday, Sept. 1, 2018, in Union General Hospital surrounded by his loving family following an extended illness.
George “Robert” Harrell, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother and friend to many, exchanged his earthly address to his heavenly home Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018.
Oliven Thomas Cowan, 95, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, September 16, 2018.
He was the son of the late Henry Cowan and wife, Lucy Hall Cowan.
52 Things to Celebrate About Cherokee County: No. 37 – Taking Out the Trash
52 Things to Celebrate About Cherokee County: No. 36 – Local Industry
52 Things to Celebrate About Cherokee County: No. 35 – Big Brothers Big Sisters
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.