When Shawn Laney checked out his new haircut in the mirror he said “Oh, yeah, that’s how I like it. I look so good.”
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Murphy – A little power outage didn’t hinder the taste of food and drinks, nor the merry fellowship during the second annual Forks & Corks fundraiser Thursday night.
Murphy – Lea Scroggs was appointed by the Murphy Town Council on Monday night to take over as director of the Murphy Housing Authority, a position left vacant when longtime directo
Murphy – Tim Ryan enlightened attendees at the sixth annual Art, River & Music Festival with his humorous rendition of a traveling medicine show Saturday.
The goal of the Boy Scouts is to prepare young people for life.
Things got a little heated at Murphy Middle and Peachtree Elementary schools.
Raleigh – N.C. Rep. Roger West (R-Peachtree) is burning a few bridges on his way out of the General Assembly – and he may take the railroad tracks with him, too.
Murphy – The Cherokee County Marine Corps League hosted a commemorative service Monday morning in front of the Veterans Memorial downtown.
Peachtree – Weston Jump stood outside in the heat of the afternoon May sun, sweating under his dark robe, and reflected.
Wolf Creek – For the second time this month, alleged robbers were caught in the act of a break-in on the western side of Cherokee County, but it took some creative help from local residents.
Murphy – Cherokee County Commissioner Cal Stiles said his point got lost in translation last week, when he argued with Tri-County Community College President Donna Tipton-Rogers during a budget
Isaiah Jacobs has too many medals to count, and he hopes to get more this weekend during the N.C. Special Olympics Summer Games.
Murphy – The once-contentious situation between Cherokee County’s former health director and the commission chairman is over.
Marble – At the mention of weeds, most gardeners share a disdainful shudder. But to David Cozzo, weeds offer a tasty addition to his garden.
Murphy – Names of deceased and current veterans fill Valley River Brewery’s massive chalkboard, leaving traces of memories and condolences.