Tribe approves FY19 budget

  The Charter and Governing Document of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians requires a proposed budget be presented to Tribal Council by the first day of July each year. Cherokee Code Section 117-47 More...

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ON THE SIDELINES: Pardon the cliché, but never give up

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   Who thinks they will go to a junior varsity football game and see the best catch More...

JV FOOTBALL: Maroon Devils top Braves 22-8

POUNCE: Cherokee’s Maliki Raby hauls in a Swain County fumble in a game at Swain on the evening of Thursday, Sept. 20. (SCOTT MCKIE More...

CROSS COUNTRY: Cherokee hosts large meet, CMS teams place second 

TEAMWORK: Cherokee Middle School’s Dvdaya Swimmer (left) and Jaylynne Esquivel push each other at the start of the second mile of More...

FOOTBALL: Braves lose to Mustangs in first road game of season

AND HE’S OFF: Isaiah Evans, Braves senior running back, leaves everyone behind on a 67-yard touchdown run in the first quarter of More...

JV FOOTBALL: Black Knights top Braves in season opener

QB: Dasan Gross (#11), JV Black Knights quarterback and an EBCI tribal member, rolls out during a game at Ray Kinsland Stadium on Thursday, More...

CROSS COUNTRY: CMS hosts Cross Country Invitational

  Following are the results from the Cherokee Middle School XC Invitational held on Thursday, Sept. 6: Middle School Boys 1 – More...

FOOTBALL: Braves double Blues on rainy night 

RUNNING: Isaiah Evans (#5), Braves senior running back, takes off past Asheville School’s Titus Morrison in the first half of a game More...

CROSS COUNTRY: Cherokee teams compete in Hendersonville, Murphy

  WNC Cross Country Carnival  Following are Cherokee High School results, per NCMilesplit.com, from the Western North Carolina More...

Tribe approves FY19 budget

  The Charter and Governing Document of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians requires a proposed budget be presented to Tribal Council by the first day of July each year. More...

 The Sequoyah Fund to receive $875,000 award from U.S. Treasury 

  The Sequoyah Fund will become the recipient of an $875,000 award from the U.S. Treasury’s CDFI (Community Development Financial Institution) Fund for the expansion More...

Tribal Court Judgment Summary for Sept. 19

  KILLIAN, Ted Edwin 14-95.5(c) Drugs: Simple Possession of Marijuana – Dismissed on Plea 14-95.5(c) Drugs: Simple Possession of Marijuana – Dismissed on Plea 14-95.5(a) More...

Big Y big winner at EBCI Community Awards

COMMUNITY: Chumper Walker (left), EBCI Cooperative Extension director, presents members of the Big Y Community with the Community of Distinction Award at the annual Community Awards More...

Messages from the Drum: Tribal member launches web radio show

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   Beverly Bushyhead, MA, MPA, is combating the notion that Native Americans and First Nations people are extinct.  The EBCI More...

Messages from the Drum: Tribal member launches web radio show

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   Beverly Bushyhead, MA, MPA, is combating the notion that Native Americans More...

“Unto These Hills” closes for season, presents staff awards

FRIENDSHIP: The Cherokee Friendship Dance was performed by the entire cast and crew of “Unto These Hills” to More...

COMMENTARY: It’s past time to listen to women

Not only do men, all men, need to stop behaving in ways that degrade women, when...

EDITORIAL: Let that be your last silo.

Silo may also mean to “isolate (one’s system, process, department, etc.) from others”. A department, program,...

COMMENTARY: Chief Sneed responds to Post article about Lumbees

The Washington Post Magazine article, "What Makes Someone Native American? One tribe’s long struggle for full...

Mickey Edward Rattler – obituary

  Mickey Edward Rattler, 61, of the Birdtown Community, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Sept. More...

Jerri Lynn Smith Reed – obituary

Jerri Lynn Smith Reed, 41, of Cherokee, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018 at the Cherokee Indian Hospital following a brief..

Barbara Hornbuckle George – obituary

Barbara Hornbuckle George, 67, of the Birdtown Community, passed away Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018...

COMMENTARY: Dementia in Indian Country

  By BLYTHE SANDERS WINCHESTER, MD, MPH, CMD   The most common question I get asked is, “What is More...

Former Chief Hicks added to Dogwood Health Trust Board

Dogwood Health Trust (“Dogwood”), a recently formed North Carolina nonprofit, private non-operating foundation, announced on Thursday, Aug. 23 additions to its..

CIHA celebrates National Nutrition Month

March is National Nutrition month and the Cherokee Indian Hospital Nutrition department has developed a month of activities to not only..

Upcoming Pow Wows for Sept. 28-30

Note: This list of pow wows was compiled by One Feather staff. The One Feather does not endorse any of these..

Messages from the Drum: Tribal member launches web radio show

Beverly Bushyhead, MA, MPA, is combating the notion that Native Americans and First Nations people are extinct. ..

Messages from the Drum: Tribal member launches web radio show

Beverly Bushyhead, MA, MPA, is combating the notion that Native Americans and First Nations people are extinct. ..

Messages from the Drum: Tribal member launches web radio show

Beverly Bushyhead, MA, MPA, is combating the notion that Native Americans and First Nations people are extinct. ..