Murphy – Former Cherokee County manager David Badger was hired last week as the county’s new health director.
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Murphy – With gentle hands and the quiet hum of his potter’s wheel, Michael Lalone captivated the crowds of attendees during Friday night’s Art Walk.
Murphy – A man accused of a sex act with a child under 13 two years ago pleaded guilty Monday in Superior Court.
Murphy – At the end of what seemed like a pedestrian Cherokee County meeting, Commissioner Dan Eichenbaum took one last shot at changing his fellow commissioners’ minds about givin
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.”
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