Murphy – After a meeting with N.C.
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Murphy – The two candidates for a District 2 seat of the Cherokee County Board of Education – Kerry Archer and Arnold Mathews – agree on quite a bit on their plans if elected Tuesday, Nov.
Murphy – District 1 residents are likely to have two new faces representing them on the Cherokee County Board of Education.
Murphy – The Marine Corps League’s flag retirement box was returned to Murphy over the weekend, but it came back just as haphazardly as it left, returning in a state of disrepair.
Murphy – Members of Murphy’s Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association presented three checks for $500 written out to the Murphy Police Department, Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office and Andrews Poli
Murphy – Local residents became outraged when the U.S. Marine Corps League’s flag retirement box went missing from a downtown street corner in broad daylight.
Murphy – The game was already out of hand, but the focus of everyone at Bob Hendrix Stadium on Friday night permanently shifted during halftime.
Murphy – From tiny hand-painted stained-glass windows to miniature personalized welcome signs, Randy and Carol Sumner treat their feathered friends like esteemed guests when making birdhouses.
Peachtree – Cherokee Hills Golf Course will close permanently on Dec. 31, according to an email obtained by the Cherokee Scout.
Ranger – Last year, the Cherokee County Fair made some missteps during its inaugural year.
There’s usually quite a bit of pink at Murphy Medical Center’s Ladies’ Night Out events on the first Tuesday evening of every month, but this month pink ribbons were noticeable on scarves and o
Murphy – A Tennessee couple allegedly ran the gamut of controlled substances early Friday morning when they were arrested by tribal and county authorities at Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casi
Keith Wood has been a farmer his whole life, so he knows something about hard work.
* Editor’s note: A profile on Arnold Mathews, the Republican candidate for Cherokee County Board of Education, District 2, was published in the Cherokee Scout on March 2.