In a world full of tender flowers, two local men’s gardening tool of choice is a sledgehammer.
After Sunday’s presidential debate, one might be encouraged – or discouraged, more accurately – to think that this year’s election is a lost ship drifting through a rough sea.
In the Sept. 21 edition, the Cherokee Scout published an editorial documenting a major problem in local high schools.
They are the fast-food wrappers that blow out of truck beds. They are the cigarette butts carelessly tossed from car windows.
She was small and petite, so adorable I couldn’t take my eyes off her. While dressed in fur and wearing a smile that cut through the summer sun, I knew I had to have her.