Ranger – When Grace Taylor Carringer was a little girl growing up in the 1940s and ’50s off of N.C.
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Andrews – People talk in small towns, and that’s certainly true in the Andrews Valley.
Hayesville – The 17th edition of the Multi-Cultural Women’s Development Conference will be held Saturday, April 13, at The Hinton Center with the continued desire of “building
Andrews – Of all the beautiful items on display, a gorgeous white bison caught the eye of Marilyn Taylor.
Murphy – The cost to repair the town’s water main that burst last month is less than expected.
Murphy – Cherokee County has won a battle against special state-mandated retirement pay before, and they are hoping not to have to fight it again.
Andrews – The staff and students at Andrews Elementary School did their part to support their athletes competing in the Special Olympics in Murphy on Friday, April 26.
Brasstown – Residents showed up in force at the community center to support the local fire department Sunday for the Retro Pie Contest.
Gainesville, Ga. – With the trial of the former CEO of Union General Hospital and a prominent area doctor looming, their attorneys are trying to keep the jury from hearing sord
Gainesville, Ga. – One of the three doctors in the Union County hospital pill distribution scandal has pleaded guilty in federal court.
Andrews – Let the bidding war begin.
Raleigh – The Cherokee Scout, the primary local news resource for Cherokee County residents and visitors in print and online, picked up 26 honors during the N.C.
Andrews – Dr. Larry Ackerman has devoted more time to science than most people have lived.
Marble – U.S. Marine Cpl. Jack Rhodes had one of the most important duties, and possibly the most dangerous job of all, during World War II.