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Peachtree – Four dynamic women with diverse career backgrounds will lend helping hands to their fellow females by sharing ways to balance work and other aspects of life.
Greensboro – After 28 days away from his children, Murphy native Stephen King was happy to see the familiar sights of home.
Brasstown – With his smile shining over a sea of people Saturday evening, master potter Mike Lalone welcomed nearly 200 people gathered in the John C. Campbell Folk School Dining Hall.
Murphy – The Cedar Valley Farmer’s Market is under new management, and council members Monday night approved its home at the L&N Depot downtown, at least for another year.
Cherokee – The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Tribal Council overruled Principal Chief Patrick Lambert’s veto, pushing the resolution to begin the articles of impeachment of L
Murphy – Cheers reverberated from the Murphy High School gym for almost two hours Feb.
Murphy – While walking down Reservoir Road on Feb. 21, Ethan Picon, 19, of Marble, lost his life after being struck by a vehicle.
Brasstown – Trudy Strawn stood before a packed Keith House on Saturday evening, where hats piqued with spikes and feathers dotted the crowd and announced that this was not a funera
Peachtree – After some anxious months, Murphy Medical Center will soon receive a proposal from Erlanger Hospitals to take over the local
Hayesville – A standing-room-only crowd jammed the Clay County Courthouse multipurpose room Friday evening to vent frustrations and concerns over health care generally, and a possi
Cherokee – Patrick Lambert is not taking attempts to impeach him lying down. In fact, he’s firing back.
Murphy – The Coalition for a Safe and Drug-free Cherokee County met Thursday to discuss rampant abuse of opioids in the area.
Ranger – A man and woman were arrested last week on charges they took a woman’s cell phone after showing her a gun.
Murphy - Like the first flowers of spring, local musician Aly Jordan filled Murphy High School’s special education classroom with vibrancy and joy on Friday.