Andrews – The Andrews Chamber of Commerce will be offering more benefits to members by the end of February, as local resident Nola Cooper is redesigning the chamber’s website,
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Murphy – A woman called Murphy police on Jan. 7 claiming she was robbed at knifepoint on Beal Circle.
Murphy – Sheriff Derrick Palmer has been fending off accusations of wrongdoing at the Cherokee County Detention Center like a hockey goaltender for the last year.
Murphy – Some in the room were preparing a blueprint for a house. Others were doing software engineering. Still others were designing a robot.
Murphy – Every day Murphy High School senior Jillian Phillips visits Murphy Elementary School, Jason comes running out of his second-grade classroom to greet her.
Lost in the woods and in need of sustenance? Mushrooms can be deadly or delightful.
With the partial federal government shutdown entering its fourth week, some non-profit agencies that receive federal money and at least one business in Cherokee County are worried about the con
Peachtree – Just when it seemed the end was near for the funding impasse at Tri-County Community College, the car stalled inches from the finish line.
Andrews – The opossum that was the star of the 25th annual Possum Drop was reportedly in worse shape than organizers originally thought.
Murphy – Born in California to the son of a naval officer, Bill Gaither grew up in the cotton-mill town of Valley, Ala.
Murphy – After being on display in the Re-Seller Thrift Store for about five months, the quilt made in the early 1980s by sixth-graders at Murphy Elementary School has been don
Texana – The 27th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Prayer Breakfast is set for 8 a.m. Monday at the Texana Community Center.
Peachtree – Erlanger took another step Friday toward regional branding, when its Cherokee County facility was renamed Erlanger Western Carolina Hospital.
Cherokee County’s business community is already seeing changes in the new year, most notably with the Fastop convenience store and gas station with Dunkin’ Donuts nearing completion.
Brasstown – Several years ago, Rosalie Haizlett got to visit a school of craft in Pennsylvania and knew she wanted to take a class at a similar school.