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Granny Squirrel – There has been talk about Corridor K providing swift travel through the mountains for the last 40 years, but nothing ever seems to get done.
Murphy – In an effort to raise morale at the embattled Cherokee County Detention Center, the inmates held a pizza party to watch Super Bowl 53 on Feb. 3.
Murphy – The murder trial of John Hill was set to continue Tuesday in Cherokee County Superior Court after three days of testimony and an entire day just to pick a jury.
Andrews – Ann Miller Woodford has done more than preserve the history and heritage of African-American people in these mountains, although she has done that brilliantly.
Andrews – After she was injured in a car accident last month, Kassandra Greene and her husband, Steven, thought they could make things work on their own.
Peachtree – Women dressed in red and gathered at McGuire’s Millrace Farm to socialize and learn about their hearts for Ladies’ Night Out presented by Erlanger Western Carolina
Murphy – Students, teachers and farmers from around Cherokee County joined together at Murphy First United Methodist Church for the Soil & Water Conservation District’s ann
Andrews – About a year ago, Karlie Curtis had an idea as her mom, Erica, was gathering items for a yard sale.
Blairsville, Ga. – Union General Hospital is taking more heat in federal court.
Murphy – A woman was arrested in the Walmart parking lot Jan. 29 after being identified as a possible suspect in a road rage incident in town a day earlier.
Andrews – It was an early start for many Saturday morning, as the community came out to support education at the Konnaheeta Women’s Club’s annual Sweetheart Breakfast, the firs
Peachtree – First responders from Cherokee, Clay and Graham counties were given the night off Thursday, when Tri-County Community College hosted the 2019 Public Safety Apprecia
Murphy – The trial of John Anthony Hill on a charge of first-degree murder began Tuesday morning after a nearly five-year wait.