Posts Tagged ‘ front page ’

OICA hosts Student-Driven Art Show

December 2, 2009
OICA hosts Student-Driven Art Show

The Oconaluftee Institute for Cultural Arts is gaining steam, and its students and instructors showed that spirit off last week as they hosted a Christmas Art Show on Wednesday, Dec. 2.
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Tsa La Gi Flames finish season with 11-1 Record

December 2, 2009
Tsa La Gi Flames finish season with 11-1 Record

The Tsa La Gi Flames traveled to Asheville to play Roberson for the final game of their season on Saturday, Nov. 21.
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Charges announced in August Park Wreck

December 2, 2009

A federal bill of information has been filed charging Clyde L. Grubbs, 74, of Cincinnati, Ohio, with two criminal counts in connection with the August 19, 2009 motor vehicle accident.
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Lost Money

December 2, 2009

A gentlemen lost an entire envelope of money on Tuesday, Dec. 1 and is asking for help in its return.
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October Cherokee Speaker's Gathering word list

December 2, 2009

October Cherokee Speaker's Gathering word list
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Park to Start Work on New Oconaluftee Visitor Center

December 2, 2009
Park to Start Work on New Oconaluftee Visitor Center

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Superintendent, Dale Ditmanson, has announced that the Park’s partner organization, the Great Smoky Mountains Association, is seeking a contractor to begin work on a new Park visitor center early next year.
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Tsali Care has successful Thanksgiving

December 2, 2009
Tsali Care has successful Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving was a joyful time at Tsali Care Center, with families joining the residents and staff for lunch.
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Cherokee Tribal Court Report – week of Nov. 30

December 1, 2009

Cherokee Tribal Court Report - week of Nov. 30, 2009
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Robbinsville to face Mt. Airy in State Semis

December 1, 2009

The Robbinsville Black Knights (#3 seed in the west) travel to undefeated Mount Airy (#1 seed in the west) on Friday, Dec. 4 for the semifinals of the State 1A playoffs.
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Texting while driving becomes illegal tomorrow

November 30, 2009

Effective tomorrow (Tuesday, Dec. 1), it will be illegal for you to read or compose text messages while driving in the State of North Carolina including the Qualla Boundary.
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Interior to develop new Tribal Consultation Policy

November 30, 2009

The Department of the Interior has launched a new effort to develop a Department-wide policy on tribal consultation, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk announced on Nov. 24.
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Express Yourself

November 30, 2009
Express Yourself

Tribal Grounds Coffee House in Cherokee hosted their Open Mic Night - Round 2 on Saturday, Nov. 28.
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Cancer Support 5K held in Cherokee

November 30, 2009
Cancer Support 5K held in Cherokee

Cherokee Choices, along with other tribal programs, hosted a Cancer Support 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, Nov. 28.
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Cherokee Robotics Teams compete in Local Scrimmage

November 24, 2009
Cherokee Robotics Teams compete in Local Scrimmage

On Saturday, Nov. 21, Cherokee Middle School’s 4-H RezBot teams competed in the FIRST LEGO League’s Western North Carolina scrimmage at Southwestern Community College.
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Cades Cove Loop Road closed for Spraying Operation

November 24, 2009

Managers at Great Smoky Mountains National Park announced plans to close the 11-mile Cades Cove Loop Road to all vehicular traffic on Tuesday, Dec. 1, and to impose a partial closure on Wednesday, December 2nd.
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CYC celebrates with Pow Wow

November 24, 2009
CYC celebrates with Pow Wow

The Cherokee Youth Center, in celebration of Native American Heritage month, held an Intertribal pow wow for its members on Friday, Nov. 20.
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First Army celebrates Native American Heritage Month

November 23, 2009
First Army celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Soldiers and Civilian employees at First Army were enlightened by the facts and stories told by Cherokee County - Snowbird Rep. Diamond Brown Jr. during the First Army program celebrating Native American Heritage Month.
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