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Raleigh – It was a stone-cold lock that it would happen; it was just a matter of when.
Murphy – As the town prepares for the second annual Spring Festival on May 4, another parade idea was brought up at Monday night’s council meeting.
Andrews – Perhaps it’s time to start from scratch.
Andrews – Making a restaurant work in a new place is tough, and many of them fail within the first year, but Frank Colontonio has made it work.
About one in five students in Cherokee County are identified as exceptional children, which means they need special attention because of their mental and/or physical disabilities.
Teaching teenagers to respect the line has resulted in dwindling numbers of teen pregnancies in Cherokee County.
Murphy – The construction work associated with fixing a busted water main is complete, and the town’s conservation advisory has been rescinded.
Andrews – After a nearly three-year project, Cherokee County is finally getting a new van to help take local veterans to area U.S.
Cherokee – Principal Chief Richard Sneed will have plenty of challengers as candidates continue to file for this year’s elections with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
Martins Creek – Eager to hear law enforcement’s plan to stem crime in their neighborhood, residents young and old braved heavy rain to fill the community center, but they didn’
Martins Creek – Four local wordsmiths came to Martins Creek School for a special reading night on March 5.
Murphy – If the state were to grade school performance on a 10-point scale, six of the institutions in Cherokee County could be in danger of losing students, furthering the soc
Fires Creek – The Unaka chapter of Trout Unlimited partnered with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission to distribute trout for the delayed harvest along Fires Creek on Thursday.