An observant reader pointed out to the Cherokee Scout that reporters are asking the wrong questions when it comes to the Cherokee County Department of Social Services scandal, which broke in Ma
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I was the newest member of the Cherokee County Department of Social Services Board last year, when then-director Cindy Palmer was placed on leave.
This is the first of a three-part series about a technology that's likely to create a level of disruption, unlike anything we've seen.
To “gerrymander,” according to the New Oxford American Dictionary, is “to divide or arrange (a territorial unit) into election districts in a way that gives one political party an unfair advant
Maybe Bruce Willis was onto something before his time in Pulp Fiction some 25 years ago.
It’s time to celebrate. July is National blueberry month so enjoy some of these nutritious berries and consider growing a few plants in your landscape.
The first Plantagenet king of England, Henry II, is important to contemporary small business owners because he's considered the founder of a legal system to which entrepreneurs owe their freedom to
The Rev. Dr. Mary Brown gave her last sermon Sunday morning at Andrews United Methodist Church.
What if I told you there was a program available that would add $11.7 billion in increased business activity and 37,000 additional jobs to North Carolina?
Over the years, when I've counseled budding entrepreneurs about their startup plans, the exuding passion would often seem to override the imperative of knowing how to operate and sustain their
It is no surprise that Bigfoot – regarded in many circles and touristy T-shirts as “Annual World Hide & Seek Champion” – frequents this general area of the mountains.
It was 25 years ago Monday when America stopped what it was collectively doing in order to watch a convoy of law enforcement vehicles follow behind a slow-moving white Ford Bronco that containe
National stories don’t intersect with Cherokee County that often, but when it does major news media outlets undoubtedly rush to Google Maps to find out just where the heck Murphy, N.C., actuall
One of journalism’s biggest axioms is we are not here to make the news, but to report the news.