Thanksgiving is Thursday, the time of year we set aside to be thankful for pilgrims, turkey and green bean casserole – along with family, friends and other people we actually enjoy spending time wi
At the Nov. 6 meeting of the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners, the majority of the board seemingly struck back against the resistance of Commissioner Cal Stiles.
It’s not an exaggeration to say Andrews and Murphy will never be the same again after the Nov. 7 general elections in both Cherokee County towns.
Observant readers of the Cherokee Scout should have noticed a few changes in your local newspaper over the last month.
Standard operating procedure around these parts usually is to wait until you get mad at a particular public official or group of them, then run them out of town on a rail – politically speaking
In March, the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution in support of legislation that would allow Tri-County Community College to charge in-state tuition to students from count
Once upon a new world, long before television and the Internet condensed campaigns into 10-seconds-or-less sound bites, debates are where most citizens got to know political candidates.
I might be a little bit biased considering one of my beautiful girls was at the altar, but Saturday’s ceremony with Ben Crowe and Noelle Brown tying the knot was the greatest wedding since Jesu
I might be a little bit biased considering one of my beautiful girls was at the altar, but Saturday’s ceremony with Ben Crowe and Noelle Brown tying the knot was the greatest wedding since Jesus
A local woman had been married only three weeks when the unthinkable happened.
For a few people, annual dinner meetings are merely an obligation, something to be fulfilled if not necessarily appreciated. To some, they are simply a good excuse to have a good time.
The sad wake of the tragic shooting in Las Vegas is utterly predictable. Some people are praying, others are searching for answers and still more are calling for stricter gun laws.
Good writers avoid cliches. That’s why I’m not going to say that some things never get old, even if it’s absolutely true.
Cherokee County Schools officials are doing a fine job of putting their money where their mouths are. They were asked to come up with a long-term plan, and they are doing it.
Dozens of humans and two dogs listened intently to one another Monday night as animal control in Cherokee County was discussed.