We wanted to let everyone know how grateful we are for the heartfelt words and kindness we were shown when Dad went home to heaven. Our family could not have gotten through one day without the Good Lord and all of your prayers. It was obvious by the remarkable doctors, nurses, flowers, singing, Long House […]
Friday, May 16 at the Cherokee Indian Fairgrounds 8:30 a.m. – New Kituwah Academy, Presented by: Teresa McCoy & Albert Rose 9:00 a.m. – Cherokee Schools K-5, Presented by: David Wolfe and Albert Rose Cherokee 9-12, Presented by: Tunney Crowe and B Ensley 9:30 a.m. Smoky Mountain Elem. Middle and High, Presented […]
Diane Humetewa, Arizona State University Special Advisor to the President for American Indian Affairs, has been named the first American Indian woman to serve as a federal judge.
June 7 at 11am at the Tsali Manor Walking Track. Tsali Manor Senior Center is commemorating World Elder Abuse Day by hosting the walk with the theme of “Elders Matter: Support Elder Abuse Awareness”. Info: Kathy Smith 554-6860 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lady Braves fell to the Maroon Devils 5-0 on Tuesday, May 13 at the Swain County High School softball field during the first round of the 1A state playoffs.
The Lady Braves just couldn’t get much offense going as they hosted East Wilkes in the first round of the 1A state playoffs on Wednesday, May 14. East Wilkes’ Melia Higgins put two in the back of the net as they defeated Cherokee 2-0.
May 23 at the Big Cove Rec. Center. Doors open at 6:30pm, games start at 7pm. Bingo and concessions. Info: Consie Girty 736-0159
National Park Service Southeast Regional Director Stan Austin announced on Wednesday, May 14 that Cindy MacLeod has been selected as the acting superintendent of Great Smoky Mountains National Park effective June 1. MacLeod is the superintendent of Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia. She replaces Pedro Ramos who has been the acting superintendent since January. […]
Family Support Services, a division of Public Health & Human Services, would like to extend our gratitude to William Thayer of the Cherokee Post Office, Food Lion and the people of the Cherokee Community for their generous donations to the Food Pantry. This is the second year the National Letter Carrier “Stamp Out Hunger” Food […]
The Cherokee Youth Wrestling Club would like to thank the D.A.R.E. program and the Steve Youngdeer Legion Post 143 for their generous donations. Corbin Wildcatt, third place State, and William Paul, State Champion, are now able to go to the Nationals. Thank you so very much!
The EBCI WIC Program will be utilizing a new computer system called Crossroads. North Carolina is one of several states that will be changing to the new system. All the foods, except formula, will be grouped together for everyone in the family who is on WIC. The parent’s or guardian’s name will now appear on […]
2014 CHS Varsity and JV football schedules
Clement Edward Cucumber Jr., 45, was convicted on Tuesday, May 13 in the Cherokee Court for two counts of Violation of a Domestic Violence Protective Order, and violating his probation for a prior Assault on a Female conviction. He was sentenced to three years imprisonment. The sentence, issued by the Honorable Kirk G. Saunooke, Cherokee […]
Cherokee senior Stevi Sutton took second place in the girls shot put at the 1A State Track & Field Championship at North Carolina A&T in Greensboro on Friday, May 9 with a throw of 35-7.50. She placed just inches behind Samantha Welborn, Starmount, who threw 35-10.75.
Donna Sue West – obituary