Over the last 15 years, the Cherokee Scout has had an outstanding run of success. We’re the defending General Excellence champion with the N.C.
While our heads are still spinning from the two party conventions, North Carolinians are left wondering if there are any more ways our state can become a national joke.
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Let’s forget for a moment how each of us feel personally about the infamous House Bill 2 that has caused North Carolina so much trouble.
It has been 50 years since the Civil Rights Act was passed, yet America seems more divided than ever.
We wrote last week in this space about the importance of helping those who can’t help themselves. Evidently, the State of North Carolina doesn’t subscribe to that moral philosophy.
If you have a student who’s a rising junior in high school and planning to attend college, you can be forgiven for having many restless nights with dollar signs haunting your dreams.
A local couple was suffering, heartbroken that their daughter was ill and being involuntarily committed.
Amid the heartbreak of racial violence and the cowardly murder of police officers in Dallas last week, it would be easy to shake our heads and throw our hands up in disgust.
By now, anyone with email, Facebook or Twitter has seen any number of memes criticizing the United States’ two primary presidential candidates, depending on which side your friend is on.
While sitting on the deck of a friend’s home in downtown Murphy, watching the fireworks go off above Konehete Park while patting a belly full of barbecue and crawfish boil, I couldn’t help but t
While the unemployment rate today in the United States was about 5 percent in March, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, that only tells part of the story.
When the first letter to the editor came into the Cherokee Scout months ago criticizing changes being made at Christian Love Ministries, we published it like we do every letter that meets our po
Chris Nelson just wants his day in court. Presumably so does Corey Luther, and so do a hundred other folks accused of committing a crime in Cherokee and surrounding counties.
Cherokee County’s budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year will be ratified in two weeks, and that is no doubt due a sigh of relief from the county officials and commissioners who have worked hard to ass