Murphy – Cherokee County has been playing hardball with Clay and Graham counties over funding at Tri-County Community College, but things appear to be getting worse before they
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Murphy – A brief ceremony Friday was another example of the strength and brotherhood of Cherokee County’s military veterans.
Murphy – “We paid you to do your job. You didn’t do your job.”
Murphy – A Blairsville, Ga., man passed away at the Cherokee County Detention Center last week just hours after being arrested.
Murphy – Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel is about to unveil the second phase of its development.
Combining her love of veterans and animals, recent Tri-County Early College High School graduate Ashley Kimble created the fundraising group Veterans Best Friend.
Murphy – Tension ran high during Monday’s Cherokee County Commission meeting when two citizens from outlying communities expressed dissatisfaction with the level of law enforce
Murphy – The smell of fresh paint and joyful chattering filled the halls of Murphy Elementary School last week, when middle and high school students from Okeechobee, Fla., pour
A total of 82 motorcycles made the trek from Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort in the Qualla Boundary to Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel in Murphy and back again Saturday.
Murphy – An event is coming to Cherokee County that will spread hope that people can overcome drug addictions.
Boiling Springs – The 36th annual Western North Carolina Campmeeting began at Boiling Springs Baptist Church on Sunday morning and will continue through Thursday night.
Murphy – After 85 days in jail, Dayana Sutton is free.
Murphy – Oscar Valdes probably thought his idea was going to die, but it may have new life.
Murphy – Leo Phillips is hoping to get Cherokee County some representation on the District Court bench.
Murphy – This month’s Art Walk welcomed young merchants from Ranger, trying their first hand at entrepreneurship.