Alyne JoAnn Catolster Eslinger, 80, of Cherokee, passed away Monday, Sept. 5, 2016 at her residence.
James (Red) Bradley, age 83, passed away unexpectedly at his residence on Sunday, Sept. 4, 2016.
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (SRST), whose reservation encompasses portions of both North Dakota and South Dakota, is currently embroiled in a fight that has garnered national attention.
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.
The Sequoyah National Golf Club was listed as one of the top 20 golf courses in North Carolina in the September issue of Golf Magazine.
Less than a month to go and we will be celebrating a century’s old tradition.
Let me begin my report to you for the Month of August 2016 by saying how deeply honored I am to be able to represent our Tribe as the Principal Chief.
Monday, Aug. 29 started a new chapter for the Cherokee Indian Hospital as it went live with a service aimed at providing patients, with prescriptions, an opportunity to purchase Suboxone through its own pharmacy. T
As major corporations around the globe are rethinking their business models to achieve the quadruple bottom line (people, planet, profit, and purpose), a group of high school students from the Qualla Boundary is moving into their fourth year of a successful social entrepreneurship venture that uses its proceeds to improve schools in Costa Rica.
The message “Together we can get through it” is emblazoned on flyers advertising an upcoming event that is aimed at helping community health through recovery.
Miss Cherokee report for July, August 2016
It wouldn’t be a Battle of the Nations game if it didn’t come down to the wire. This one was no different as Cherokee (2-1) edged the Choctaw Central Warriors (0-3) by one-point 26-25 to win the annual game (although it really is a battle) at Ray Kinsland Stadium on Friday, Sept. 2.
Swain County deputies, along with Cherokee Indian Police officers who are members of the Drug Enforcement Unit, arrested Rona Burrell Stone, of Franklin, on Friday, Aug. 26
Whether it’s capturing the wings of a hummingbird or patiently waiting on a mountainside for an elusive shadow to be cast, Jeremy Wilson will be there with camera in tow.
Cherokee people have gathered traditional plants and medicines on their homeland areas since time immemorial. In recent years, some have met with legal issues when trying to gather within the confines of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Chloe Blythe, a EBCI tribal member and a Fellow in the Jones-Bowman Leadership Award program (JBLA), has been selected to serve as the Region 7 Representative for the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES).
In this age of social media, the world is literally in our hands through the marvel – or scourge, whichever you prefer – that we call the internet.