Murphy – Under the riveting of rain drops falling on the porch roof, a mist of thick soupy air with a taste of wood freshly dampened, mixes sights with bolts of light shining from a lamp nearby
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Murphy – Life behind bars can be a lonely, depressing experience, but spiritual hope is provided to inmates at the Cherokee County Detention Center.
Beaver Dam – A woman was indicted by a grand jury last week and accused of burning her boyfriend and trying to burn down a home they shared.
From being utilized for armed robberies to helping someone discover a dead body, the overnight sensation Pokémon Go continues to cause quite a stir.
Murphy – Cherokee County and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians have both signed an agreement that will renew providing health services on tribal lands for one year.
When picking ginseng out of the ground, most people wouldn’t expect to be charged as a felon.
Murphy – The Cherokee County School Board approved $331,596 for maintenance projects Thursday night.
The funds will come from the quarter-cent sales tax set aside for school use.
People from all aspects of Nancy Elizabeth Helms’ life gathered Saturday afternoon at the Grape Creek Community Center to show their appreciation for her community involvement and friendship.
Marble – Instead of asking for presents on her birthday, 11-year-old Landyn Adams decided to donate $700 worth of supplies to the Valley River Humane Society.
Murphy – Soil and toil and sun. In the garden of the mountains, that’s where life’s lessons meet an outstretched hand.
Peachtree – Murphy Medical Center and its nursing home are going up for sale.
Eight-month-old Erik Andrade of Hayesville enjoys the water dripping from the top of the water slide with help from his mom, Marina, while the bigger kids were playing elsewhere during the Bubbles
Murphy – A proclamation supporting marriage as only between one man and one woman only was signed by 17 area pastors and presented to the county commissioners at their July 5 meeting.
Murphy – People laid hands on one another outside of the Cherokee County Courthouse, sending prayers to all the lives affected by the nation’s recent tragedies.
Murphy – Sue Fredrichs received a disturbing call from someone claiming to be her grandson.