Murphy – Starting this month, the Cherokee County Tourism Development Authority Board will contribute monthly increments of $2,500 for one year toward the Cherokee County Chambe
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Hiwassee Dam – A fire early Saturday morning on East Pine Ridge Road claimed a family’s home in the middle of the snowiest and coldest weekend of the winter to date in Cherokee
Martins Creek – A teenager is accused of inflicting injuries on a 15-week-old infant.
Peachtree – Tri-County Community College President Donna Tipton-Rogers believes the college could lose as much as 20 percent of its students because of a state mandate that forc
Murphy – Bill Hughes did not hang around for Monday’s town meeting. He just wanted to hold the Bible while his wife, Barbara, was sworn in as a new town council member.
Murphy – Young and old alike were rocking around the Christmas tree during the lighting ceremony Friday night.
Murphy – One would think Bill Hughes would be tired of tributes and going-away parties, but that’s just not the case.
Peachtree – Students and faculty of Tri-County Early College High School will soon have new classrooms and a cafeteria as they move out of dilapidated trailers.
Ranger – After running bingo for 34 years, George and Hortense Michelsen decided to turn in their cards one last time Friday, closing a chapter of decades spent at the Ranger Co
Murphy – A longtime local Christmas tradition will continue this week as the 41st annual Singing Christmas Tree will be presented over three days at Murphy First Baptist Church.
Murphy – Cherokee County posted the proposed lease for the Hiwassee Valley Pool & Wellness Center on its website last week, where it will remain for at least 30 days until a
Andrews – A body was found Nov. 20 near the old Bear Ridge Mall, and authorities have identified the deceased man as John Thomas Villa, 40, from Andrews.
Murphy – The old saying goes that it’s better to be safe than sorry, and one place everyone expects to be safe is their church on Sunday.
Murphy – It is hard to simulate the true plight of homelessness in 12 hours, but an experiment by Murphy High School students opened some eyes to what hundreds of thousands of p
Sylva – Pride mixed with tears Sunday as hundreds of family, friends, veterans and local dignitaries packed Western Carolina University’s Bardo Center for a deployment ceremony