Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort officials announced on Monday, Feb. 6 they have inked a management agreement with Ultrastar for the upcoming Bowling Center.
CHS hosts Fall Athletic Banquet
The Cherokee High School Athletic Department hosted a Fall Sports Athletic Awards Banquet at the Chief Joyce Dugan Cultural Arts Center on Sunday, Feb. 12. Following are the awards that were given in each fall sport: Varsity Cheerleading * Most Valuable Cheerleader – Kendra Panther * Coach’s Award – Kylee Tramper JV Volleyball […]
Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Appalachian Piedmont Zone fire management staff plan to burn approximately 800 acres of fields near Hyatt Lane and the western end of Cades Cove. Weather permitting, burn operations will occur Thursday, Feb. 16 through Sunday, Feb. 19.
This is a criminal docket date for the Cherokee Tribal Court. All of the defendants listed have only been charged with the crimes/offenses listed and should be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Note: The following people were arrested by the Cherokee Indian Police Department and booked into the Anthony Edward Lossiah Justice Center. It should be noted that the following defendants have only been charged with the crimes listed and should be presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Livia Lambert, an EBCI tribal member and senior at Cherokee High School, has been chosen to serve as a North Carolina delegate to the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders event being held in Lowell, Mass. near Boston on June 29 – July 1.
The aisles of Cherokee Food Lion were alive with the sounds of the Cherokee language being spoken on the evening of Wednesday, Feb. 15.
View carvings created by Cherokee artisan John Julius Wilnoty during the exhibition Solitude & Mystery which opened Wednesday, Feb. 1 in the Objects Gallery at Hickory Museum of Art
Country music star Lee Brice is scheduled to play Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort Event Center on Friday, May 12 at 9pm.
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.
Back in the day, I would watch professional wrestling with a certain amount of awe and fascination. It was almost like an old western showdown, black hats and white hats symbolized evil and good, respectively.
Margaret Teesateskie Welch, 71, of Robbinsville, passed away Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017 at her residence following a brief illness.