Andrews – Steve Bias was an Andrews guy, but the outpouring of love shown in the wake of the passing of a father, husband, teacher and firefighter stretched across Cherokee County over the week
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Murphy – A fugitive wanted on drug charges was found and arrested April 6, when law enforcement officers raided a town residence.
Cherokee – Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Principal Chief Patrick Lambert appeared at the monthly Budget Council on April 5 and revealed shocking preliminary news of a forensic audit of trib
Murphy – While a recent survey found that less adults are visiting libraries, the Murphy Public Library remains a popular place for both residents and vacationers.
Peachtree – About 15,000 plants will be available Friday in the marketplace at Renewed Hope Ministries on U.S.
It can be difficult to get artists to sell their work for $50, but for the last five years Tom Vogler has found a way to make it happen for the 50/50 Show at the Andrews Art Museum.
David Gentry, the Bulldogs’ longtime head football coach and a member of the N.C.
Murphy – A local resident was arrested Tuesday morning after a grand jury handed down 11 true bills against him alleging that he sexually assaulted two young girls and took them wi
Murphy – Mayor Bill Hughes and the town council honored two retiring firefighters Monday night in front of as many of their peers as could fit into the tiny meeting room at the pow
Ranger – Gail Robertson of Bellview was enjoying a nice spring day at Foster’s Flea Market with her Boston terrier, Scooby, when everything went black.
Murphy – Towanna Roberts is not backing down from her stance that her suspension as Cherokee County health director is part of a plan to remove her from that position.
Cherokee County students are getting involved in the litter problem.
“In April, we are focusing on being green,” Superintendent of Schools Jeana Conley said.
Murphy – The murder trial of Corey Luther won’t be heard until the State Bureau of Investigation completes an investigation into former assistant district attorney Jim Moore and th
On Friday, students in grades 5-8 at Martins Creek School learned math is needed in design careers, science is needed in cosmetology careers, and gathering information for a story is needed in law
Murphy – Cherokee County Health Director Towanna Roberts was suspended Monday by the board of health for three weeks with pay pending an investigation.