Murphy – Each year on the fourth Thursday in November, Americans gather with family and friends, pals and preachers, companions and strangers.
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Murphy – The Murphy Rotary Club has fresh-cut Frazier fur Christmas trees available at the entrance of the Ingles parking lot on U.S. 19/74.
Culberson – Two men who dumped a woman on the side of the road while she was experiencing a drug overdose were located and interviews by Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies Monday night.
Hiwassee Dam – Outside there are trees and bees, bugs and leaves. They cover the countryside of this western part of Cherokee County and cover up a plain looking garage.
Despite the burn ban that has been in effect for weeks, some local residents still are not heeding the warnings.
Murphy – Studio 58 downtown combines babies, scarves and yoga to create a perfect concoction of parental bonding and exercise.
Murphy – Authorities are looking for a man who may have started a fire that engulfed 2-3 acres on land behind the Walmart parking lot on Nov. 16.
Martins Creek – Fifteen middle schoolers from Andrews, Hiwassee Dam, Martins Creek and Murphy harnessed their inner spellcheck Thursday during the Cherokee County Spelling Bee at Martins Creek
Andrews – A head-on car collision took the life of Glenville resident Brenda Bates, 67, along U.S. 19 near Robinson Road on Friday afternoon.
Brasstown – Jan Davidson has left a lasting mark on the cultural soul of Cherokee County after a quarter century.
Murphy – Three Cherokee County Board of Education members Thursday said their farewells and were honored for their service.
Murphy – The Cherokee County Board of Education did not come to a decision after discussing whether middle school students should have a grade point average a minimum of 70 or 77 to participate
Peachtree – Murphy Medical Center is negotiating with a company to acquire Murphy Medical Center Nursing Home.
Murphy – A town resident was arrested Nov. 16 on charges he sexually assaulted a child under age 12.
Murphy – From vintage Star Wars action figures to civil war memorabilia, Cherokee County’s antique stores transport residents and visitors alike into a world of nostalgia.