Bradley, Day sign college letters of intent

NEXT LEVEL: Justus Day (left) and Marley Bradley, both Cherokee High School seniors, signed college letters of intent in a ceremony More...

TRACK & FIELD: Cherokee athletes place at state meet

  GREENSBORO – Several members of the Cherokee High School track and field team placed at the 1A State Championship meet held More...

FOOTBALL: Paul signs with Guilford College 

NEXT LEVEL: Will Paul (center), an EBCI tribal member and senior at Swain County High School, signs a letter of intent on the afternoon More...

TRACK & FIELD: Cherokee athletes place at regional meet, qualify for state

CHAMP: Cherokee’s Isaiah Evans, junior, won the 1A West Regional title in the boys discus throw with a throw of 147-06, the top distance More...

GOLF: Straughan competes at 1A state championship

  STATE: Cherokee’s Holden Straughan competes in the 1A Men’s Golf State Championship tournament on Tuesday, May 8. (Photo More...

Braves football team, Mintz receive WNC Sports Awards

TEAM: The Cherokee Braves varsity football team, shown at a ceremony on Friday, May 4 where they received their 2017 1A State Championship More...

FOOTBALL: Braves receive state championship rings

UNITY: The Cherokee Braves 2017 varsity football team was honored with their state championship rings on the evening of Friday, May More...

Smith named SONC Athlete of the Month

TRACK: Jacee Smith, a member of the Cherokee Lady Braves varsity track team, competes in the 100M Dash at the Smoky Mountain Conference More...

State banishment law increases penalty for those trespassing on tribal land

  A new North Carolina state law increases the penalty for those who have been banished from tribal lands of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians who decide to try to return More...

WCU mourns the loss, celebrates the legacy of Chancellor David Belcher

LEADER: WCU Chancellor David O. Belcher, accompanied by UNC System President Margaret Spellings, greets graduating students with a high-five during a commencement ceremony in More...

Study finds older use of tobacco than previously thought

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   A study into the use of tobacco has yielded some interesting findings including dating the practice to around 4,000 years More...

A Cherokee Gardner’s Journal: The Iris Report

  By Jody Bradley Lipscomb   Every morning, from mid-April to late May, mom calls at seven in the morning (sometimes earlier). My dear mother gives me her garden Iris More...

CHS student accepted to University of North Carolina School of the Arts

  Cherokee High School rising senior Juanita Paz-Chalacha is one step closer to her dream of becoming a professional musician. She has been selected to spend her senior More...

BOOK REVIEW: “The Spirit Quest of Little Fox” shares cultural teachings

  By MALEAHA BRINGS PLENTY   “The Spirit Quest of Little Fox” by Lynn M. Mayberry manages to weave both Cherokee More...

Kenny Rogers tour cancelled, including Harrah’s Cherokee date

  Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort is regretful to announce the cancellation of Kenny Rogers’ tour, More...

EDITORIAL: It’s not about a statue

A reader and tribal member sent a commentary to the One Feather. She wanted to report...

EDITORIAL: Street crime in Cherokee

Our sense of being Cherokee has been tainted by years of assimilation, some of which came...

COMMENTARY: Why hemp? Three reasons why hemp is our future

Hemp, although not marijuana, is often associated with it. ...

Michael Edward Lambert – obituary

  Michael Edward Lambert, 34, went home to be with the Lord Thursday, June 14, 2018. He is survived by More...

Myrna D. Climbingbear – obituary

Myrna D. Climbingbear, 56, of the Big Cove Community, went home to be with the Lord Saturday, June 16, 2018.  A..

Frank Joseph Taylor Sr.  – obituary

Frank Joseph Taylor Sr., 90, of the Painttown Community, went to his Heavenly home on June 14, 2018. ..

CIHA celebrates National Nutrition Month

  March is National Nutrition month and the Cherokee Indian Hospital Nutrition department has developed More...

January is National Stalking Awareness Month

January is National Stalking Awareness Month, a time to focus on a crime that affects an estimated 6.6 million people a..

Rally for Recovery to stress healing and hope, not blame

Recovery is happening for members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. ..

BOOK REVIEW: “The Spirit Quest of Little Fox” shares cultural teachings

"The Spirit Quest of Little Fox” by Lynn M. Mayberry manages to weave both Cherokee cultural teachings as well personal teachings...

BOOK REVIEW: “The Spirit Quest of Little Fox” shares cultural teachings

"The Spirit Quest of Little Fox” by Lynn M. Mayberry manages to weave both Cherokee cultural teachings as well personal teachings...

BOOK REVIEW: “The Spirit Quest of Little Fox” shares cultural teachings

"The Spirit Quest of Little Fox” by Lynn M. Mayberry manages to weave both Cherokee cultural teachings as well personal teachings...