Principal Chief’s Report for Friday, April 12 

Principal Chief Richard G. Sneed, far right, and Vice Chief Alan B. Ensley, second from right, are shown at the recent Senior Games Opening Ceremonies. (Photo by Ashleigh Stephens/EBCI Public Relations)   By More...

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TRACK & FIELD: Middle School Braves win Smoky Mountain Conference Championship

  HAYESVILLE – By a margin of half of a point, the Cherokee Middle School Braves (123 points) edged Swain County Middle School More...

GYMNASTICS: Smoky Mountain Competition Cheer Club teams win U.S. Finals

The Senior Sapphires team from the Smoky Mountain Competition Cheer Club was crowned National Champions for their division at the Louisville, More...

ON THE SIDELINES: Coach Briggs is retiring and will be missed

Kent Briggs, Braves head football coach, shown on the sidelines of the 1A State Championship game on Dec. 9, 2017 at North Carolina More...

BASKETBALL: Teesateskie signs with Johnson University

Surrounded by her family, Tori Teesateskie, Lady Braves senior seated second from left, signed a letter of intent in the Charles George More...

TRACK & FIELD: Cherokee Middle participates in Rosman meet

  Rosman Middle School hosted a meet on Monday, April 1 at the Brevard College Track in Brevard.  Following are the Cherokee More...

TRACK & FIELD: Cherokee participates in meet at Robbinsville

  Robbinsville High School hosted a meet on Wednesday, April 3.  Following are Cherokee High School results from that meet per More...

TRACK & FIELD: Swain County SMC Meet results

  Cherokee High School hosted the Swain County SMC Meet on the afternoon of Wednesday, March 27.  Following are CHS results per More...

New state championship road signs installed

Tribal and school officials unveil two new state championship signs, honoring the 1995-96 Lady Braves 1A State Basketball Champions More...

Principal Chief addresses School Board at April 23 meeting

  By ROBERT JUMPER ONE FEATHER EDITOR   The second monthly meeting of the Cherokee Central Schools Board of Education was called to order at 4:45 p.m. on Tuesday, April More...

No measles cases reported in Cherokee, hospital staff taking precautions

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   The CDC is reporting a high number of measles cases nationwide so far this year, but no cases have been reported in Cherokee More...

Tribal Court Judgment Summary for April 18

  Arkansas, Crystal Beth 14-10.60 Larceny – Guilty Plea, 30 days jail time suspended, credit for time served (13 days), 12 months unsupervised probation, not to be on More...

Cherokee Performing Arts taking risks with “Into the Woods”

The Cherokee Performing Arts program is presenting “Into the Woods” at the Chief Joyce Dugan Cultural Arts Center from May 2-5. Shown, left to right, in the Center with some More...

OJCCCC student first to participate in English Language Acquisition class

  Clemence Nyiramahirwe, center, is the first Oconaluftee Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center (OJCCCC) student to participate in an onsite English Language Acquisition More...

Cherokee Performing Arts taking risks with “Into the Woods”

The Cherokee Performing Arts program is presenting “Into the Woods” at the Chief Joyce Dugan Cultural Arts Center from More...

Foerst admitted to prestigious WCU musical theater program

Brennen Foerst, center, a 2018 graduate of Cherokee High School, has been admitted to the prestigious Western Carolina More...

SPEAKING OF FAITH: We each are to be one of the “living stones”

  By  MYRA D. COLGATE   “Yet the Most High does not live in houses made...

EDITORIAL: And the One Feather endorses…

You see it all the time. Political "pundits" who proport to advise you on how to...

COMMENTARY: Medal of Honor for Sgt. Burgess is long overdue

Fifty years ago, on April 18, 1969, a Cherokee hero gave his life in the service...

Sandra “Sandy” Mildred Cucumber – obituary

  Sandra “Sandy” Mildred Cucumber, 63, of Cherokee, went home to be with the Lord Monday, April More...

Ronnie Dale Barker – obituary

Ronnie Dale Barker, 67, of the Alarka Community, was called home to be with the Lord on April 22, 2019.  ..

Duffy Leon Sampson – obituary

Duffy Leon Sampson, 54, of Wrights Creek in Cherokee, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at Harris Regional Hospital..

No measles cases reported in Cherokee, hospital staff taking precautions

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   The CDC is reporting a high number of measles cases nationwide More...

Syringe kiosks installed around Cherokee tribal lands

Health officials with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians are hoping the installation of syringe kiosks in various locations will help..

Area health community groups, workshops, meetings

Area health community groups, workshops, meetings listings as provided by EBCI Public Health and Human Services..

Cherokee Performing Arts taking risks with “Into the Woods”

With several musicals under their belts, the students in the Cherokee Performing Arts program at Cherokee Central Schools are taking some..

Cherokee Performing Arts taking risks with “Into the Woods”

With several musicals under their belts, the students in the Cherokee Performing Arts program at Cherokee Central Schools are taking some..

Cherokee Performing Arts taking risks with “Into the Woods”

With several musicals under their belts, the students in the Cherokee Performing Arts program at Cherokee Central Schools are taking some..