Murphy – Marvel fans dressed in blue and red flocked to the Henn Theatre on Thursday night for the premiere of Captain America: Civil War – as well as the debut of the refurbished historic cine
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Hiwassee Dam – The number of campsites along Hiwassee Lake has more than doubled and the road expanded at Mickens Branch Dispersed Recreation Area.
Murphy – Cherokee County’s commissioners will meet again Thursday night to hash out remaining obstacles between them and a completed county budget for 2016-17.
Ranger – A rash of break-ins in recent weeks in the western part of Cherokee County has some citizens concerned.
Fontana Dam – U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) isn’t upset at the Tennessee Valley Authority over just one issue. Apparently he doesn’t care for their operation in general.
Jordan Chastain loves to read in his class’ reading nook. Mya Paneto loves to paint. Both love the chance to play on the playground during the school day.
Murphy – Local artistic talents lined downtown sidewalks Friday night for the first Art Walk of the year.
Murphy – Unlike last year’s budget session between Cherokee County commissioners and school officials, everyone left the meeting room happy Friday afternoon.
Peachtree – A young Cherokee County girl was rescued Friday after falling down a 50-foot well.
Murphy – If someone was spending $43 million of your money, would you want to have input into where it was going?
Murphy – Cherokee County commissioners are considering funding the Hiwassee Valley Pool & Wellness Center up to $28,000 for any shortfall in the next fiscal year.
Brasstown – Dr. Jean-Marie Luginbuhl, N.C. State University’s resident goat and sheep expert, came to town to help educate residents in the arts of feeding, keeping and raising livestock.
Brasstown – A band of merry people of all ages danced and gallivanted around John C. Campbell Folk School on Saturday, making their way to the maypole.
Murphy – The Cherokee Scout, your local news and information source since 1889, is proud to announce the hiring of two journalists.
Ronald McDonald was at Martins Creek School on Friday to present the ”Giving Back with Ronald McDonald” program, which was sponsored by McDonald’s restaurants in Murphy and Andrews, and thanked