Ranger – Two weeks before the Cherokee County Department of Social Services board suspended Director Cindy Palmer, they received a report from the state calling her leadership
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Murphy – Downtown radiated excitement and energy as hundreds of people flocked to Tennessee Street for the first Spring Festival on Saturday.
Before the sun came up Tuesday, 1,547 Cherokee County voters already had made their voices heard in the primary elections.
Murphy – Artists, musicians, authors and crafters enhanced the vibrancy of downtown during this year’s first Art Walk on Friday night.
Murphy – Citizens from all walks of life came together Thursday afternoon to participate in the National Day of Prayer.
Murphy – Tammie McDowell’s eyes filled with tears when Kerry Collins showed her the amount raised by U.S.
Murphy – Justin Mack will have many chances to smile when he sees town vehicles drive by in the future.
Murphy – They came from all over western North Carolina. They came to compete. They came to win.
But, most of all, they came for fun.
Murphy – State officials are rebuilding management at the Cherokee County Department of Social Services, one position at a time.
Murphy – Instead of terminating former Murphy High School principal Thomas Graham, Cherokee County Schools announced Thursday that he will be moved to administrative leave with
Martins Creek – There’s just something universal about Mayberry.
Four young men who worked together at a summer camp 11 years ago are at the center of a group of local youth pastors who are cooperating to reach young people for Christ.
Marble – Time travel back to the American Civil War and experience the coming-of-age story of the March sisters during the live production of Little Women at Marble Springs Bap
Three 3-second blasts on the fire-engine’s horn meant the beginning of the morning’s exercise.
Paws 4a Warrior has teamed up with Valley River Humane Society to enhance the lives of both shelter dogs and local veterans.