John Scott Arch, 46, of Cherokee, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, Jan. 12, 2015.
James Ronald “Jim” Smith, 75, died on Saturday, Jan. 10 with his children by his side at his Billings, Mont. home following many years of battling kidney cancer.
The Cherokee Lady Braves (13-0) extended their undefeated campaign by defeating the Rosman Tigers 74-37 in an away game on Tuesday, Jan. 13.
The Cherokee Braves (14-0) recorded their first 100 point game as they defeated the hosting Rosman Tigers 103-71 on Tuesday, Jan. 13.
You can download and fill out an application form for Health Care Exemption for American Indians/Alaska Natives.
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.
Rubye Butler Hornbuckle passed gently and peacefully at her home on Saturday, Jan.10, 2015.
Last season, the Cherokee Braves (13-0), Robbinsville Black Knights (6-2), and Hayesville Yellow Jackets (9-5) tied for the top spot in the men’s Smoky Mountain Conference.
The Cherokee Lady Braves (12-0) extended their undefeated streak to 12 after a home win over Robbinsville on Friday, Jan. 9.
As we move deeper into the winter, driving will become more hazardous and we each much take proper precautions to ensure safety on the roadways.
A bill to give federal recognition to the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina has again been introduced in Congress.
While reflecting upon the Christmas season, the Children’s Home staff and kids would like to thank the following people and groups for the generosity they showed us
A bill has been introduced to the Senate to give federal recognition to the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Cree of Montana.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park welcomed over ten million visitors in 2014, just the fourth time in 80 years and the first time since 2000.
Tribal Council passed a resolution during their regular session on Thursday, Jan. 8 that calls for “the planning and implementation of a Tribal government owned gas station/convenience store.”
This is the Tribal Court Judgment Summary for Jan. 7.
George Gary Lambert, 61, of Winchester, Va., beloved husband to Kelsa Jones Lambert; father of Punkin Doodle, Sprout and Tbug; and papaw of Natasha and Aspen Chapman, passed peacefully with loved ones nearby, Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015 in the Winchester Medical Center.