Murphy – After almost three years of dealing with an arrest that caused his family heartache, financial troubles and misery, a Cherokee County man was found not guilty of all ch
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Murphy – Town police Officer Morgan Morse responded to a panic alarm set off Thursday at the Big D Convenience Store on Hill Street.
Texana – The 26th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast at the Texana Community Center on Monday could be summed up with one word – unity.
Peachtree – Murphy Medical Center is potentially nine days away from a merger with Erlanger Health that will ensure the financial viability of Cherokee County’s only hospital fo
Murphy – A Murphy pastor told the Cherokee County Board of Education on Thursday that he supports them as they make decisions about whether to merge some schools or build new on
Nashville, Tenn. – Connecting with rural Americans, President Donald Trump on Jan.
Murphy – Unlike in newsprint, where it used to be fashionable to have a paper ironed out to dry the ink, Joyce Clair reminded the artists attending her workshop that the ink act
Murphy – Ann Payne hung around for a month-long encore to help transition the town she has helped run for 24 years into a new era.
Murphy – A man attempted to run out of a local restaurant Sunday afternoon with the tip jar, but he was not going to get away that easily.
Wolf Creek – The fire at Kathie Palladino’s house on Dec. 28 resulted in a total loss of her home and possessions.
Murphy – Cherokee County commissioners told the crowd they expected to take no action after a closed session, which is usually their way of saying you can go home without missin
Murphy – The lease at the Hiwassee Pool & Wellness Center was officially adopted for the next two years over the objections of the lone dissenter, Commissioner Cal Stiles.
Marble – During the snowfall in mid-December, the Valley River Humane Society received a concerned call about puppies left in the cold.
Texana – Fellowship, prayer and singing will fill the Texana Community Center north of Murphy on Monday morning during the 26th annual Martin Luther King Jr.
Murphy – The Cherokee County Tourism Development Authority voted Monday to contribute $2,000 a month toward the Andrews Chamber of Commerce developing a welcome center downtown.