As you hopefully already know after reading the front page, the Cherokee Scout picked up 23 honors during the N.C.
One might bluntly summarize the 2016 primary elections as the year the proverbial excrement met the spinning fan.
The story in today’s edition about the woman living on the airport property who passed away two years ago without anyone at the county finding out has a lot of people talking.
Our Founding Fathers designed a democratic system of choosing government leaders based on one man, one vote.
Politicians often make promises on the campaign trail that have little chance of becoming law if they win.
Last week’s Iowa Caucus left a lot of people wondering about the state of American democracy.
When flaky white stuff falls from the sky, it’s hard not to think about many moons ago, when I was younger with endless energy and a zero-care attitude about being cold and wet.
Ralph Crisp, one of the smartest guys you’ll run into in these parts, said something last week that really resonated when it came to this whole debate about economic development in Cherokee Coun
Every time there is an impending snow event, we often have one of two reactions – we either dramatically underplay it, or we go crazy with panic and punch each other out for the last loaf of br
Many of us have seen the series of recent commercials about the “true cost of smoking.” These commercials tend to depict people giving up their skin, their teeth or even the skin of their teeth.
Let me get this out of the way first: I’m not sure I trust anybody who doesn’t like dogs. And I’m positive I don’t trust anybody that dogs don’t like.
Journalism is many things, but most importantly it is writing.
The answer wasn’t no, but it was far from a resounding yes.