EDITORIAL: Something smells fishy

EDITORIAL: Something smells fishy

  By ROBERT JUMPER ONE FEATHER EDITOR   There are 30 miles of fishable streams on the Qualla Boundary. Those streams have been here for as long as the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Water is not just a commodity to us. It is spiritual. It is a source of...

Body of missing Cherokee man found

  The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Emergency Dispatch received a report of a missing Man on Saturday, Feb. 17.  Jamison Dean “Bear” French, 44, of the Big Cove Community, was reported missing. The Cherokee Indian Police Department and Cherokee Fire Department...
Tribal Court Judgment Summary for Feb. 14

Tribal Court Judgment Summary for Feb. 14

  BRADLEY, Sarah Elizabeth 14-70.17 Obstructing Justice – Dismissed with Leave to Refile 14-2.2 Criminal Conspiracy – Dismissed with Leave to Refile 14-70.14 Obstructing Governmental Functions – Dismissed with Leave to Refile   DRIVER, Rachael...

WRESTLING: Paul wins state title

  William Paul, an EBCI tribal member and senior at Swain High School, won the 1A state wrestling championship in the 220lb. division at the state meet held at the Greensboro Coliseum on Saturday, Feb. 17.  He won the state championship match with a pin of...

One Feather wins 12 N.C. Press Awards

  The Cherokee One Feather garnered a total of 12 awards in the 2017 North Carolina Press Association (NCPA) News, Editorial and Photojournalism and Best Advertising Contests including a third place plaque for General Excellence (Division A) which recognizes...