Murphy – Senior Isaac Mock will be the fourth consecutive Mock to give the valedictorian speech at Murphy High School’s graduation, while Grant Lindsay is salutatorian for the C
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Murphy – A man who ran from a sheriff’s deputy at the Cherokee County Courthouse last month was arrested Thursday.
Hiwassee Dam – Robotics and Electronics teams from Hiwassee Dam High School were the only schools to have both first- and second-place winners in the STEM-E competition at Chero
Murphy – Bo Gray, vice president of Tri-County Community College, presented story time at Head Start on Thursday, filling the room with a chorus of clapping and singing as child
Marble – Rebecca Branson was 14 years old when she was called into “the dreaded office.” The doctor informed her she had Stage 4 ovarian cancer.
Murphy – Enduring the elements, blisters and time away from home, 38-year-old Navy SeaBee veteran Joe Copeland trekked through Murphy on May 17, not stopping until he finishes a
Murphy – The shakeup of the Tourism Development Authority last week was not political revenge, according to Cherokee County Commission Chairman Dan Eichenbaum.
When an almost 40-pound rabid fox came after Brad Benson for the third time and he stumbled and fell onto his back, the animal jumped on top of him.
Murphy – The Cherokee County Board of Education is strongly considering consolidating Marble Elementary with other schools, while moving The Oaks Academy from Martins Creek to t
Murphy – From breaking out of choke holds to practicing an aggressive “stank eye,” women learned a series of combative techniques during REACH of Cherokee County’s self-defense
Murphy – Slowly and steadily, the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office is getting upgrades to its vehicles.
Grape Creek – Community meetings will be held soon to determine whether there will be a fire tax increase in the county’s smallest district.
Murphy – “When one falls, it is felt by all.”
Murphy – David Vowell is determined to make the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners say no as many times as necessary before saying yes.
Peachtree – Tri-County Community College students turned their tassels in unison during Friday’s graduation ceremony, signifying the dawn of a new era.