BOXING: Bahe qualifies for shot to make USA Jr. Olympic team

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   Mariah Bahe, a member of the Navajo Nation with Eastern Band Cherokee heritage, More...

LADIES GOLF: Lady Braves compete in regionals

  CEDAR ROCK – Three members of the Cherokee Lady Braves golf team competed in the 1A/2A Western Golf Regional Championship More...

FOOTBALL: Braves defense leads way in shutout of Andrews 

CRUNCH: Cherokee’s Damian Blanton (#36) puts a hard hit on Andrews’ quarterback, Zack Sheppard. On the night, Blanton had 10 tackles. More...

LADIES GOLF: Three Lady Braves qualify for Regional Meet

REGIONAL-BOUND: Cherokee Lady Braves golf team members Kalista Luther, Danicka Huskey, and Awee Sequoyah have qualified for the 1A/2A More...

ON THE SIDELINES: Fan behavior depends on the sport

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   Next week, Cherokee High School will host the Smoky Mountain Conference cross country More...

CROSS COUNTRY: Cherokee teams compete in Huckleberry Hustle

  ROBBINSVILLE – The Cherokee High School cross country teams traveled to Robbinsville on the afternoon of Wednesday, Oct. 10 More...

FOOTBALL: Big second half propels Braves over Tigers 

TOUGH: Cherokee’s Terence Ledford (#22) breaks through two Rosman tacklers en route to a touchdown in the second half of a game at More...

CROSS COUNTRY: Cherokee teams compete at ACA Ramble by the River 

  SWANNANOA – Cherokee’s cross country teams competed in the ACA Ramble by the River Invitational at Asheville Christian’s More...

Council representative seeks lower threshold for contracts

  By JOSEPH MARTIN ONE FEATHER STAFF   Currently, contracts with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians that are $50,000 or higher in value require approval of the Business More...

Annual Council Results – Monday, Oct. 15

  Note: These are unofficial results of the Tribal Council session.  Official results will be posted at theonefeather.com under the Tribal Council Results tab once ratified More...

Council to discuss political appointments, administrative leave, and cultural programs in work sessions

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   Tribal Council approved three resolutions during Annual Council on Monday, Oct. 15 that call for work sessions on three separate More...

Cherokee Indian Fair Baby Crawling contest winners

HAPPY: Nori Luck Taylor, third place winner in the 9 – 12 months division, gets a helpful start from her grandfather, Tom Belt, during the annual Cherokee Indian Fair Baby More...

2018 Cherokee Indian Fair Baked Goods winners 

BEST IN SHOW: Martha Reed Wolfe holds a squash casserole that won her a Best in Show and Blue Ribbon in the 2018 Cherokee Indian Fair Baked Goods contest hosted by the EBCI Cooperative More...

Concert Celebrating Manco Sneed and Cherokee Fiddle coming to Museum

  The Museum of the Cherokee Indian will offer a free concert celebrating the fiddle tunes of Manco Sneed, an EBCI tribal More...

“We’re Still Here”: Cherokee Chamber Singers to perform with N.C. Symphony

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   In a remarkable collaboration, the Cherokee Chamber Singers More...

COMMENTARY: Tribal Higher Education providing opportunities for Cherokee students

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EDITORIAL: Civil discourse

As a newspaper editor, I (along with the editorial board) concern myself with balancing the need,...

LGBTQ group hopes to make a difference for acceptance

For many years among the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, being gay, lesbian or transgender was...

William P. Standingdeer – obituary

  William P. Standingdeer, 57, of Cherokee, went home to be with the Lord Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. A native More...

Raymond “Chucky” Owle III – obituary

Raymond “Chucky” Owle III, 47, of Cherokee, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018 at the Cherokee Indian Hospital...

Gwyndolyn Cline Ayers – obituary

Gwyndolyn Cline Ayers, 88, of Bryson City, passed away peacefully at Cherokee Indian Hospital on Monday, Oct. 8, 2018.  A native..

Healthy lifestyles to be on display at Cherokee Indian Fair

WELCOME HOME: With family and friends holdings encouraging signs, the 2018 Remember the Removal Riders from More...

COMMENTARY: Dementia in Indian Country

Dementia is an umbrella term that includes a lot of different types of dementia: Alzheimer’s is one of the types...

Former Chief Hicks added to Dogwood Health Trust Board

Dogwood Health Trust (“Dogwood”), a recently formed North Carolina nonprofit, private non-operating foundation, announced on Thursday, Aug. 23 additions to its..

Concert Celebrating Manco Sneed and Cherokee Fiddle coming to Museum

The Museum of the Cherokee Indian will offer a free concert celebrating the fiddle tunes of Manco Sneed, an EBCI tribal..

Concert Celebrating Manco Sneed and Cherokee Fiddle coming to Museum

The Museum of the Cherokee Indian will offer a free concert celebrating the fiddle tunes of Manco Sneed, an EBCI tribal..

Concert Celebrating Manco Sneed and Cherokee Fiddle coming to Museum

The Museum of the Cherokee Indian will offer a free concert celebrating the fiddle tunes of Manco Sneed, an EBCI tribal..