Two groups of Boy Scouts from Murphy’s Pack 400 got together Monday night to help each other complete achievements for their level.
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Martins Creek – The Family Reading Night at Martins Creek Elementary School Readers Today, Leaders Tomorrow event put the importance of reading and how it can lead to success in life on display
The economy of Cherokee County is delicate and many residents are still searching for better or full-time jobs. Others struggle to pay their bills each month.
Hanging Dog – Cherokee County Sheriff’s deputies arrested four suspects in a drug case Thursday, including some names all too familiar to them.
Murphy – A convicted child rapist, who was freed from prison two years before his sentence was up last year, was indicted in Ohio on an old case that finally made it to court.
Murphy – Cherokee County decided it needed help with economic development after all, but instead of hiring a new director, the board of commissioners elected to turn the job over to Tri-County
Murphy – Ralph Crisp and his Cherokee County Tomorrow committee worked for two years on a long-term comprehensive county plan. After the Jan.
Discarded drink cans and fast food containers are as common a sight along Cherokee County roadways as are spring flowers.
Molly and Timothy Hull didn’t get a snow day off from school last week. Their schoolhouse is in their dining room.
Texana – One hundred people, almost evenly divided between white and black, Monday morning joined hands and swayed to the song “Reach Out and Touch,” which seemed appropriate to the theme of th
Peachtree – Many members of a community frequented by a magnificent 14-point buck were dismayed just before the start of the new year when the beloved animal was slain by a poacher.
Marble – A short chase early Saturday morning resulted in a drug arrest, as deputies managed to apprehend a suspect who allegedly tried to slow them with flying debris.
Unaka – District 5 may have itself a county commissioner candidate after all.
Murphy – Three school board loans will mature in the next year to 16 months, which will add a half-million dollars back into sales tax balances.
Andrews – Cherokee County School Board member Debbie Hogan believes politics has no place in the education system.