Murphy – Commissioner Cal Stiles was one of four members of the Cherokee County Tourism Development Authority whose terms were not renewed at Monday night’s commission meeting.
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Murphy – A man made his case last month to make a list of dumbest crimes you have ever heard about.
Raleigh – A Hiwassee Dam native set to graduate from N.C. State University later this week died tragically in a car crash Sunday morning.
Columbia, S.C. – Murphy High School graduate Erin Fox went into the family business, and it paid off.
Murphy – The sound of drums stirred Mary Lou Hughes from her home Thursday to find the Murphy High School Marching Band standing in the rain, awaiting her presence.
Peachtree – The valedictorian and salutatorian of Tri-County Early College High School will both graduate Friday with college degrees before they walk the aisle for their high
Murphy – Citizens gathered Thursday at the Cherokee County Courthouse downtown to celebrate the National Day of Prayer.
Unaka – Rain and hail kept attendance down at Saturday night’s town hall meeting, but a passionate group of local citizens braved the weather to share with Cherokee County Comm
Murphy – The rain did not stop people from parading into the Murphy Art Center on Friday night for the first Art Walk of the year.
Murphy – A Georgia man wanted for alleged crimes in three states was apprehended Friday night at gunpoint in full view of departing Art Walk traffic.
Andrews – Law enforcement officials say Jackie Slaughter can’t seem to be able to stop hurting people.
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Franklin – Officials at Angel Medical Center, a not-for-profit critical access hospital, announce plans to modify the facility’s OB/GYN program with the goal of sustaining wome
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Murphy – A faded blue, black and white barber pole revolves next to the Coward Building at the corner of Tennessee Street and Valley River Avenue in the middle of downtown