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Murphy native Gregory Lloyd is half a world away from home, working on the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan.
Hanging Dog – After a long bureaucratic battle, the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners has agreed to a deal in principle with the U.S.
Murphy – A county resident’s speech at Thursday’s commission meeting kept the debate going about the future of economic development in the county.
As soon as she saw the flyer in school, Brenda Hammond knew she had to be there.
Ranger – A long undercover operation into alleged drug trafficking ended Feb. 1 when a suspect was arrested by Cherokee County Sheriff’s deputies after a brief foot chase.
Rustic Artist Jo Kilmer cuts wood in her workshop on Jan. 29. At age 36, Kilmer made a decision to change her life and pursue art full-time. Watch her story at the link below.
Blairsville, Ga. – The CEO of Union General Hospital was among six suspects arrested Thursday on charges stemming from a joint investigation into prescription fraud.
Andrews – The future of education in Cherokee County was downloaded Monday evening at Andrews Middle School.
Murphy – Town officials have finally identified a water pipe leak in their system that was losing thousands of gallons a day into the Valley River.
Murphy – Four months after the Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel opened its doors, the positive impacts seem to be outweighing the negatives, at least so far.
Fourth graders Reagan Peterson, 9, (left) and Mollie Rogers, 9, work on cardboard sculptures of houses from Dr. Seuss books on Jan. 28 at Murphy Elementary School.
Martins Creek – A Blackberry Bend home that allegedly housed a methamphetamine lab actually had another hidden lab that investigators found out about later, according to Sheriff Derrick Palmer.
Murphy – There are some advantages to getting old other than a free or reduced price cup of coffee at fast food restaurants.
Two groups of Boy Scouts from Murphy’s Pack 400 got together Monday night to help each other complete achievements for their level.