The Native American Financial Officers Association (NAFOA) honored tribal leaders, tribal financial professionals, and an education organization that positively impacted tribal economies during its 33rd Annual Conference held in Austin, Texas on April 20-21.
Western Carolina University will hold three commencement ceremonies over a two-day period – Friday and Saturday, May 8-9 – to recognize the academic achievements of what is expected to be the university’s fourth-straight record spring graduating class.
Recently, I had the chance to visit Washington, DC along with Junior Miss Cherokee Jade Ledford and Miss Cherokee Taylor Wilnoty.
I have had a very busy month representing the Eastern Band as your 2104 Miss Cherokee and being your proud ambassador once again in Washington, DC.
Cherokee High School junior, Christian Ensley, was named All-Conference at the conclusion of the Smoky Mountain Conference tournament at the Sapphire National Golf Club on Monday, April 27.
Storm Ledford, an EBCI tribal member at Swain, got a hat-trick to lead the Lady Maroon Devils over the Lady Braves 3-0 in a game at Swain on Monday, April 27.
Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort celebrates the return of the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest with a weekend of music and fun, July 9-11.
The music of one of America’s top-selling duos of all time, the Carpenters, will come to life as Western Carolina University’s John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center plays host to “We’ve Only Just Begun: Carpenters Remembered” on Sunday, April 26.
Note: This list of pow wows was compiled by One Feather staff. The One Feather does not endorse any of these dances. It is simply a listing of ones occurring throughout the continent. Please call before traveling.
This is the Tribal Court Docket for May 13.
A good friend and local fishing guide taught me the saying “tight lines and bent rods”. It is a saying among fisherman to wish a good fishing trip to someone.