A project many years in the making officially got underway on Tuesday, Oct. 15 as ground was broken for the Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel in Cherokee County. The $110 million project will include 60,000 square feet of gaming space, a 300-room hotel and several dining options.
Oct. 18 from 11am- 1pm at the Cherokee EMS building. She has been in Mission Hospital with a long term illness. Menu: Potato soup, vegetable soup, or chili with cheese toast or bologna sandwich, dessert $5. Drinks $1. Also available 50/50 tickets and raffle for a “Thirty One” maroon Utility Bag, tickets $1 or 6 […]
The Madison Hornbuckle Children’s Cancer Foundation Board members would like to thank the many participants that came out to enjoy the Chief’s Challenge. Thanks to your participation we were able to raise $2,267.67. The Chief’s Challenge is a 1 mile fun run/walk that starts at the Phoenix Theater Parking lot and ends at Immediate Care […]
The Swain Lady Maroon Devils defeated the Lady Braves 25-9, 25-7 in the first round of the Smoky Mountain Conference tournament at Cherokee on Monday, Oct. 14.
Nov. 12-14 from 9am – 4:30pm in Webster. This is for individuals who wish to learn neutral ways to mediate conflicts in their workplaces, families, churches, community organizations and neighborhoods. The course meets the standards of the Mediation Network of North Carolina (MNNC) toward becoming a mediator for Mountain Mediation Services (MMS). The cost is […]
The federal government has been shut down since midnight on Tuesday, Oct. 1.
Cherokee High School Publications students joined students from all over the region at the WNC High School Media Day hosted by the North Carolina Scholastic Media Association at UNC-Asheville on Thursday, Oct. 10.
We, the Salazar family, would like to take a moment to say thank you to the Cherokee Dialysis Center, Cherokee Indian Hospital, aunts, uncles, many cousins, Mike Parker and Free Labor, Long House Funeral Home, Bud & Sheila Lambert, Kituwah warriors, Cherokee Methodist Church, Rev. George Polecat, Rev. Red Bradley, all singers, and all our […]
The family of Norman Leroy (Roy) Winchester would like to express their heart felt appreciation to the EMS, Dr. Sexton, and the nurses. Thank you to Dave and B who are always there for us and to Mike Crisp Funeral Home and staff for all their acts of kindness. Thank you to the grave diggers […]
CLUB SCHEDULE: Tuesday, Oct. 5 – Flu Shots – 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16 – Board of Directors’ Meeting – 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 – Safety Committee Meeting – 11:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 25 – Cherokee Central Schools – Early Release – 11:30 a.m. FLU SHOTS AT THE CLUB Flu Shots […]
The Cherokee Boys Club Board of Directors is now accepting nominations for the 27th Frell Owl Award. Nominees should be those who have significantly contributed to the welfare of Cherokee children and families in ways other than those required by their employment. A letter of nomination must include the person’s name, address, employer, nominator’s […]
This year I ran for Teen Miss Cherokee and placed 1st Runner Up. This wouldn’t have been possible without God’s many Blessings and also without the help of my many supports. I would like to give a huge thank you to my mom and grandparents for supporting me in everything I do. I love you […]
The Cherokee High School and Cherokee Middle School cross country teams competed in the Carney Classic in Hayesville on Wednesday, Oct. 9.
The family and friends of Haze Lynn Ayen would like to thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers, donations, and good deeds after the tragic loss of our beloved Haze. We especially would like to thank the following people and organizations whose kind acts helped us through this difficult time: Cherokee Tribal EMS, Asheville Mission Memorial […]
Following are the committee assignments for the 2013-15 EBCI Tribal Council.