We have written in this space many times about the pros and cons of social media.
Cherokee County Schools officials are working hard to improve the facilities as well as students’ progress. That continued Monday, when N.C.
The Cherokee Scout and WKRK radio partnered to bring political debates to Cherokee County voters in advance of the Tuesday, May 8, primary election.
While growing up, my family moved around a lot, partly because my mom was a real estate agent who flipped houses, including the ones we lived in.
Cherokee County residents often say they are used to being ignored by Raleigh and Washington, so it should come as no surprise that the U.S.
A quartet called Acapella used to sing a catchy song with the chorus, “You can’t go to church / ’cause the church is you.” A few weeks ago, a local congregation proved that to be true, taking th
With the sound of bagpipes emanating through a cool breeze, the local legend known as Richard the Rooster was laid to rest at noon Saturday in the lot he most patrolled, between Arby’s and the
With the sound of bagpipes emanating through a cool breeze, the local legend known as Richard the Rooster was laid to rest at noon Saturday in the lot he most patrolled, between Arby’s and the V
Some days are diamonds, or so the saying goes, but I didn’t realize how true that was until two complete strangers offered to give me as much as $10 million each.
On multiple occasions over the years, Cherokee County commissioners had ample reason to fire county attorney Scott Lindsay.
As the dust settled from the end of the filing period for the 2018 elections in Cherokee County, an unopposed candidate said something that resonated about the way the race is shaping up.
Around Cherokee County to the newsroom in 2½ minutes:
As is becoming more common nowadays in Cherokee County, a local disturbance became a case that was tried in front of a jury of Facebook onlookers.
It wasn’t until the Rev. Billy Graham was nearing the end of his worldwide ministry that I finally got a chance to hear him speak in person.
Murphy City Council member Barry McClure made a suggestion at the Feb. 5 town meeting that future town elections be changed to non-partisan.