Some tribal employees no longer subjected to random drug testing

  By JOSEPH MARTIN  ONE FEATHER STAFF    According to a memo from Principal Chief Richard G. Sneed’s office on Tuesday, Nov. 20, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians will no longer be requiring More...

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Download entry and roster forms for NASA Basketball Tournament 2019

  Following are information, entry, and roster forms for the NASA Basketball Tournament being hosted by the Eastern Band of Cherokee More...

CROSS COUNTRY: Regional meet held at Asheville Christian 

  SWANNANOA – The 1A West Regional cross country meet was held on the morning of Saturday, Oct. 27 at the Asheville Christian More...

ON THE SIDELINES: A track star with a big heart 

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF    While on the sidelines at various events, I’ve had the opportunity to meet More...

RUNNING: Hundreds brave rain for Cherokee harvest race

WINNERS: James Quattlebaum (left) and Ricky Flynn, both from Greenville, SC, came in first and second place overall in the Cherokee More...

CROSS COUNTRY: CMS boys, girls take second in Conference Championship

RACING: Austin San Souci (left), Swain Middle School, and Dalmon King, Cherokee Middle School, run hard near the one-mile mark of the More...

BOXING: Bahe qualifies for shot to make USA Jr. Olympic team

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   Mariah Bahe, a member of the Navajo Nation with Eastern Band Cherokee heritage, More...

LADIES GOLF: Lady Braves compete in regionals

  CEDAR ROCK – Three members of the Cherokee Lady Braves golf team competed in the 1A/2A Western Golf Regional Championship More...

FOOTBALL: Braves defense leads way in shutout of Andrews 

CRUNCH: Cherokee’s Damian Blanton (#36) puts a hard hit on Andrews’ quarterback, Zack Sheppard. On the night, Blanton had 10 tackles. More...

Some tribal employees no longer subjected to random drug testing

  By JOSEPH MARTIN  ONE FEATHER STAFF    According to a memo from Principal Chief Richard G. Sneed’s office on Tuesday, Nov. 20, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians More...

Senate committee moves missing and murdered natives bill forward

  By JOSEPH MARTIN ONE FEATHER STAFF   WASHINGTON – The reporting, investigating and addressing missing and murdered Native Americans could start seeing improvement More...

Election law changes draw criticism and suggestions

  By JOSEPH MARTIN ONE FEATHER STAFF   Election law changes are not supposed to occur during an election year. In the Sept. 6 session, Tribal Council passed an ordinance More...

How Amanda Crowe became a Google Doodle

The late Amanda Crowe (1928-2004), famed Eastern Band Cherokee wood carver, was featured as the Google Doodle on Friday, Nov. 9. (Image courtesy of Google)   By SCOTT MCKIE More...

Cherokee Performing Arts to present “Braves on Broadway”

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   The Cherokee Performing Arts Program, formerly the Cherokee Musical Theatre, is presenting a night full of song, dance, acting, More...

Cherokee Performing Arts to present “Braves on Broadway”

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   The Cherokee Performing Arts Program, formerly the Cherokee Musical Theatre, More...

Concert Celebrating Manco Sneed and Cherokee Fiddle coming to Museum

  The Museum of the Cherokee Indian will offer a free concert celebrating the fiddle tunes of Manco Sneed, More...

COMMENTARY: Elections and their operations due for upgrades

With what has happened with this year’s midterms, in Florida, in North Dakota, in Georgia, where...

EDITORIAL: A crisis of credibility

Without a press free from political influence, governmental transparency is hindered, and the people must rely...

COMMENTARY: Don’t drink the Kool-Aid….issue

Finally, the elections are over, the regular commercials are back on TV including those ads for...

Rosie Mae (Sequoyah) Hornbuckle – obituary

  Rosie Mae (Sequoyah) Hornbuckle, “Granny” as she was lovingly known by all, 75, of the Big Y Community, More...

Nicolasa Lucille Librado Anastasio – obituary

Nicolasa Lucille Librado Anastasio, 35, of Cherokee, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018 at her residence. ..

Charles “Chino” Ray West – obituary

Charles “Chino” Ray West, 39, of Cherokee, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018 at Mission Hospital in Asheville...

Healthy lifestyles to be on display at Cherokee Indian Fair

WELCOME HOME: With family and friends holdings encouraging signs, the 2018 Remember the Removal Riders from More...

COMMENTARY: Dementia in Indian Country

Dementia is an umbrella term that includes a lot of different types of dementia: Alzheimer’s is one of the types...

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..

Cherokee Performing Arts to present “Braves on Broadway”

The Cherokee Performing Arts Program, formerly the Cherokee Musical Theatre, is presenting a night full of song, dance, acting, and more..

Cherokee Performing Arts to present “Braves on Broadway”

The Cherokee Performing Arts Program, formerly the Cherokee Musical Theatre, is presenting a night full of song, dance, acting, and more..

Cherokee Performing Arts to present “Braves on Broadway”

The Cherokee Performing Arts Program, formerly the Cherokee Musical Theatre, is presenting a night full of song, dance, acting, and more..