Murphy – A Tennessee couple allegedly ran the gamut of controlled substances early Friday morning when they were arrested by tribal and county authorities at Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casi
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* Editor’s note: A profile on Arnold Mathews, the Republican candidate for Cherokee County Board of Education, District 2, was published in the Cherokee Scout on March 2.
Murphy – With wine in hand, people enjoyed fellowship and live music from the band Two Armadillos on Saturday during the Grapes & Grace Charity Wine Festival.
Murphy – A little girl decorated Wobbles’ biker jacket with cake and ice cream stickers.
Brasstown – Mother Nature blessed John C. Campbell Folk School’s 42nd annual Fall Festival with clear skies, vibrant autumn leaves and about 16,000 visitors Saturday and Sunday.
Murphy – Steel drum music and fellowship livened the Hawaiian-themed ambiance as Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce members celebrated their 47th annual dinner meeting and awards ceremony on Se
Murphy – Kim Barnes Donaldson is expected to live 15-20 more years thanks to her younger brother.
The N.C. Department of Agriculture pesticide division is investigating spraying under power lines by Blue Ridge Mountain Electric Membership Corp.
Murphy – Cherokee County commissioners on Monday approved a bid for moving the courthouse tower roof that was half the price of the only other bid received.
Marble – A year after the Tribal Council of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians voted to reject gifts from Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, the board called an audible.
Murphy – Using trash bags, plastic cups and a little water and lemon juice, students in Alex Hughes’ eighth-grade science class discovered the realities of how watersheds and river systems work
Gas stations all over Cherokee County were out of fuel Monday morning, just as commuters returned to the work week.