Western North Carolina’s growing natural products industry will be the focus of a gathering at Western Carolina University on Tuesday, June 10.
Western Carolina University’s online bachelor’s degree programs have been listed among the nation’s best options for veterans in a set of rankings released recently by U.S. News & World Report.
May 31 at 9am at the Big Y Community Building. Participants will be provided trash bags for collection of roadside trash. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
A partnership of organizations is seeking volunteers for the fifth year of a volunteer breeding bird monitoring and education program that will be conducted this spring and summer at two early-successional habitat sites along the Little Tennessee River. The program is a partnership between the Land Trust for the Little Tennessee (LTLT), Southern Appalachian Raptor […]
Cherokee Middle School honored its 2013-14 athletes during a program at the Chief Joyce Dugan Cultural Arts Center on Friday, May 23. Cance Carnes, CMS principal, commented, “I want to thank all of our coaches. They have done a tremendous job.”
Wilma “Bille” (Panther) Pheasant – obituary
Clayton Perry Crowe – obituary
Samuel Lee Maney – obituary
Those men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country were honored during a Memorial Day ceremony at the Yellowhill Veterans Cemetery on Monday, May 26. The event was hosted by the Steve Youngdeer American Legion Post 143.
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The Growing Ones Youth Pow Wow was held at the Cherokee Indian Fairgrounds on May 23-25. Following is a list of contest winners as provided by Fairgrounds staff: Junior Girls Traditional 1 – Mariah Parton 2 – Taliyah Eaglestar Junior Girls Jingle 1 – Ayla Ross 2 – Hailee Lossiah 3 – Jordan […]
Jalon Lossiah and Taran Swimmer are the co-Valedictorians of the Cherokee High School Class of 2014. See photos of the CHS Class of 2014.
Swain County High School EBCI Graduates Class of 2014
Have you noticed the improvement of the look of our town? The streetscape is improving due to the dedicated work of the tribal government and business community.
Cherokee High School seniors Darius Thompson and Avery Mintz were named the Athletes of the Year at the annual Athletic Awards program held Friday, May 23 at the Chief Joyce Dugan Cultural Arts Center.
New Achievement Levels for EOG and EOC Assessments