Ranger – Through her membership with Master Gardeners, Lynne Corenbaum learned that raised gardens at local schools had been forgotten as years passed.
Robbinsville – Corridor K may eventually happen, but it will not be the one that was imagined some 50 years ago, when discussions to build it first began.
Andrews – A homeless man accused of auto theft in the past was arrested last week after he allegedly burglarized a home and stole a sport utility vehicle from the library’s rea
Murphy – Julie Chautin has put a lot of time into making the local library a gathering place for folks of all ages in the community.
Murphy – The debate over whether valedictorians will be named for the next three years is not over yet, as at least two school board members have changed their thinking on the
Murphy – As of the Cherokee Scout’s press time Tuesday, there are 230 job openings in Cherokee County representing at least 1,360 positions that employers need filled.
Murphy – The Cherokee County Board of Education began its annual tour of schools for its meetings last week, and the first stop Thursday night brought them to the refurbished
Several local ladies earned bragging rights as what they created were determined to be among the best in the mountains at the N.C. Mountain State Fair from Sept. 6-15.
Andrews – More than 130,000 Americans traveled to Munich, Germany, last year to participate in the official Oktoberfest.
REACH of Cherokee County Inc. puts the spotlight on a specific word this month – support. It is a unifying word for the organization.