Cars fly down the track at the Cub Scout Pack 400 Pinewood Derby on Saturday. Parents and siblings also got to build cars and race in their own division.
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Hiwassee Dam – Rocky has been the resident dog at Fields of the Wood since he was dropped off there when he was a puppy 10 years ago. Now, he has to leave.
Mike Lalone wipes excess glaze off of bowls Feb. 17 that are being made for the upcoming Empty Bowls charity event at the John C. Campbell Folk School.
Andrews – An elderly woman believed to still be living in a home owned by Cherokee County on the property of Western Carolina Regional Airport has been deceased since May 17, 2014, county offic
Murphy – The Hiwassee Valley Pool and Wellness Center has plenty of amenities to help promote robust health and a positive lifestyle.
Murphy – A letter from the N.C. Board of Elections on Jan. 6 told Elliott Southworth he had no opposition in the Republican primary next month in his quest to fill the seat in the N.C.
Franklin – In most ways, Clay County’s Garrett Brown is like any normal teenage boy.
Burns, Oregon – A Cherokee County man was arrested Thursday on a federal charge after officers determined he was part of a militia group that recently surrendered after a 41-day standoff.
Martins Creek – The goat Edith Ann affectionately raised her head to sniff her seated owner’s face after she munched down some carrots the owner gave her on a cool sunny morning.
Culberson – Three county residents were arrested Saturday amid an investigation into horrific child abuse involving rape, prostitution and incest.
Murphy – Cherokee County’s Board of Commissioners is doing all it can to make the dissolving of Rescue Squad 19 into the local fire departments as smooth as possible.
Murphy – Cherokee County’s Board of Commissioners stayed up late Monday night to solidify its plans to satisfy the Federal Aviation Authority’s demands in last year’s audit at the Western Carol
Murphy – Dr. David Ackerman made his last motion for the Cherokee County School Board at Thursday’s monthly meeting.
Culberson – A night out at a restaurant for Sheriff Derrick Palmer helped lead to another arrest of a Martins Creek man already facing charges in a multi-state heroin distribution ring.
From the left, Shuny Rogers, Elliot Southworth and Jim Miller, who are all part of Coats for Kidz, pose for a photograph with jackets that have been collected for local children in need on Monday.