Bellview – A Liberty man involved in his second police chase this month and third since December was stopped by nearly a dozen law enforcement officers last week after traversing half of Cherok
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Andrews – Adult basic education students celebrated their year-long accomplishment of taking college courses with an afternoon filled with well-deserved recognition, lively dancing and rambunct
Murphy – The June 7 special election, which was created by court battles over state gerrymandering that took place nowhere near Cherokee County, cost local taxpayers more than $58,000.
When Elijah Hayes returns to Ranger School for his eighth-grade year, he’ll have a unique answer to the question, “What did you do over your summer vacation?”
Brace yourselves – kitten season is upon us.
Murphy – Brandon Luder was acquitted of a second-degree rape charge in Cherokee County Superior Court on June 10.
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Peachtree – Some former students and workers with Christian Love Ministries claim the drug and alcohol rehabilitation center has been taken over by members of a local church.
Peachtree – Denny Smith, the founder and former director of Christian Love Ministries, believes the present board and previous director aren’t using the facility off U.S.
Murphy – In some parts of the country, people pass two Starbucks coffee shops in a single block. In other parts of the country, the roads turn only at intersections.
Murphy – The Murphy High School Class of 2016 turned their tassels in unison Friday, ending their four-year long journey as high schoolers.
Hiwassee Dam – Using graduation programs to fan their faces in a gymnasium devoid of air conditioning, a standing room audience Saturday morning saw Hiwassee Dam High School seniors in their la
Peachtree – A local faith-based drug and alcohol rehabilitation program has been in turmoil for a few years, but the board of directors and new executive director hope to lead it to a brighter futu
Blue Ridge, Ga. – With the dim of the house lights in the Fannin County Performing Arts Center, the murmur of the weekend’s activities fell to a hush, then silence.
Tuesday was the last day of the school year, but it was also the first day of a new opportunity for Cherokee County Schools.