Skooter McCoy was sworn in as the third general manager in the history of the Cherokee Boys Club (CBC) during a breakfast ceremony at the Chestnut Tree Inn on Wednesday, Oct. 1.
GOLF: Lady Braves sweep the podium in Waynesville
The Cherokee Historical Association (CHA) will be the scariest place on the reservation…at least for the next month. From blood-soaked zombies to real-life ghost stories, the Cherokee Historical Cultural Campus will be a site of many screams in October.
Western Carolina University’s Mountain Heritage Day welcomed thousands of visitors to the campus Saturday, Sept. 27, to honor achievements in historic preservation and to sample mountain music, arts, crafts, foods, traditions, games and activities.
Smoke testing of the Sanitary Sewer System in Cherokee will take place from Oct. 13-24 in the area from Tribal Bingo to Frontier Shopping Center only. This survey will assist inspection crews in locating breaks and defects in the sewer system.
Cherokee junior, Tysha Sampson, carded a 94 to lead the Lady Braves against Highlands on Thursday Sept. 25 at the par-72, 5,932-yard Waynesville Inn – Golf Resort & Spa.
Brandon Buchanan, Braves quarterback, threw three touchdown passes to three different receivers and compiled almost 300 passing yards as he helped the Braves win their conference opener on Homecoming night.
“Broadway’s Next Hit Musical” will bring an evening of musical comedy improvisation to Western Carolina University’s John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24.
Well-known storyteller and artist Davy Arch will tell Cherokee stories and will demonstrate flint knapping, carving, and mask making at the Cherokee Heritage Festival in Hayesville on Saturday, Sept. 20 from 10am – 3pm.
Revival. Oct. 13 at 7pm at Wrights Creek Baptist Church. Rev. Tony Lambert will be preaching. Everyone is welcome.
The U.S. Forest Service National Forests in North Carolina plans to conduct prescribed burns in the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests later this month and into November if weather conditions are favorable.
The family of Jerry Lee Lossiah would like to say thank you from the bottom of our hearts to all those who were there for us during the last year of Jerry’s illness and his passing.