Easily the most frequent complaint heard at the Cherokee Scout by folks in the community is that the local court system is incompetent at worst, a revolving door of people continuing to get cha
It can take years to build relations between people of different races. But it can only take a couple of dumb decisions to bring it all crashing down.
"No problem at all."
That's exactly what the young man on the phone at the bank said to me after I thanked him for not being able to answer my question.
On Feb. 12, Andrews traveled to Hayesville High School for the regular-season basketball finale.
You know you’re getting old when you start sentences with, “I remember back in the day …” But folks like me who have crossed the half-century mark have seen a thing or two – usually on televisio
Depression does not discriminate by age, race or occupation.
I had an interesting experience last week. For the first time in years, I was the person being interviewed, not the interviewee.
Local residents who frequently drive on U.S.
There are examples everywhere that our priorities in the United States of America are horrifyingly out of whack.
When it comes to local funding at Tri-County Community College, to quote the classic comedy movie The Big Lebowski, there are a lot of ins, lot of outs and lots of interested parties.
The right to peacefully protest is enshrined in the First Amendment of the U.S.
I am not old enough to have been present for the famous “I Have a Dream” speech by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., but I have heard his words many times in archived footage.
The lives of two local residents who left a mark on this world before leaving it were celebrated last week in two entirely different, but equally moving ways.
On Monday, we celebrated the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The poet Oscar Wilde is credited with writing in his 1889 essay “The Decay of Lying” that, “Life imitates art far more than art imitates life.” It’s too bad he isn’t around today to see a near-