Peachtree – Little Brasstown Baptist Church pastor Aud Brown never served in the military, but he remarked Monday how proud he is of his brother Ronald, a longtime serviceman f
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Murphy – More than half of the Cherokee County Board of Education said their farewells Thursday night.
Brasstown – The license plates outside the Clay Spencer Blacksmith Shop showed that smiths came from North Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana, Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina
Murphy – In the wake of allegations of impropriety at the Cherokee County Detention Center, Capt. Mark Patterson submitted his resignation effective Nov. 30.
Murphy – N.C. Rep. Kevin Corbin has offered his help to Murphy Mayor Rick Ramsey in efforts to bring the train back to Cherokee County.
Canton – Maddie Helton has big goals in life. Winning a pageant was a mere drop in the bucket.
Murphy – When the Women’s Ministry of Murphy Seventh-day Adventist Church meets on Monday and Wednesday afternoons, as many as nine volunteers sit down at sewing machines, for
Re-elected as Cherokee County commissioner, Cal Stiles of Andrews reveled in a dominant victory against Gary James for the District 1 seat.
Hiwassee Dam – The mother of a boy charged with a felony last week for allegedly making a school threat said he was bullied regularly prior to making the statement that led to
Murphy – Local veterans Larry Thunder Wolf Limon and Oscar Valdes have been honored with a Modern Woodmen Hometown Hero award.
Murphy – Unafraid to make its patriotism known, Lowe’s home improvement store has designated four parking spots for U.S. military veterans.
Murphy – Sheriff Derrick Palmer is going on offense to clean up any possible wrongdoing at the Cherokee County Detention Center.
Murphy – The largest public school in the county is getting a new principal starting Monday.
Murphy – On Saturday, members and patrons of the Cherokee County Arts Council united at The Ballroom for a Steampunk-themed gala.
Murphy – Inmates at the Cherokee County Detention Center were repeatedly ordered to beat up other inmates, according to two former sheriff’s office employees who allege a patte