Murphy – It’s been a trying year for the Boy Scouts of America, who predictably voted earlier this month to allow girls to join Cub Scouts in 2018, with Boy Scouts to follow in
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Cherokee – A proposed $100 million data center that was unanimously approved by the Tribal Council of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians one year ago today has been delayed, b
Murphy – For 40 years, the Cherokee County Historical Museum has preserved the heart of the area, displaying more than 2,000 artifacts and sharing the traditions of the Cherokee
Murphy – A woman arrested in 2015 as part of a gang of four who were accused of stealing an elderly woman’s life savings was indicted this week on true bills in the case.
Murphy – The aroma of chili wafted through the Murphy Public Library, instantly greeting people with savory smells.
Brasstown – For the 43rd weekend, John C.
Murphy – With the six-year odyssey of the Corey Luther case finally settled, the local district’s District Attorney’s Office still has four murder cases from Cherokee County on
Murphy – Individuals searched for the name of a loved one among the 58,370 service men and women killed in the Vietnam War.
Hiwassee Dam – Charges were filed in the June 14 of two visiting cyclists who were run down by a car swerving into the wrong lane.
Andrews – Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7620 will welcome U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) to their facility for a town hall meeting next week.
Murphy – For the second consecutive year, people filled up the Murphy High School gym for the Mountain Crafters Festival over the weekend.
Murphy – While members of the Cherokee County Board of Education have not decided on a plan for future campuses, they need to come up with a plan between February and November n
Murphy – Purple balloons were released into the sky Friday during the Art Walk downtown, signifying the 72 people who have lost their lives to domestic violence this year in Nor
Murphy – Serene instrumental music played downtown as the local tai chi class moved gracefully, with everyone taking deep breathes and maintaining peaceful dispositions Friday.
Peachtree – On Friday morning, the campus of Tri-County Early College High School resembled more of a vision from J.R.R.