EDITORIAL: A double-edged sword

EDITORIAL: A double-edged sword

  By ROBERT JUMPER ONE FEATHER EDITOR   The EBCI tribal government recently announced the long-standing practice of random drug testing of tribal employees had been researched and found to be a violation of rights protected under the (federal) constitution....
EDITORIAL: A double-edged sword

Campaign finance practices questioned

  By JOSEPH MARTIN ONE FEATHER STAFF   While tribal officials of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians have argued for years that donations to political candidates have been necessary to get favorable representation, some have questioned the practice. Critics...
Dr. Amanda Sequoyah Swimmer – obituary

Dr. Amanda Sequoyah Swimmer – obituary

    God called in his time and grace on Saturday, Nov. 24 for Amanda Sequoyah Swimmer, 97 years old. Born on Oct. 27, 1921 to Molly Davis Sequoyah and Runningwolfe Sequoyah, she was preceded in death by her husband, Luke Swimmer; one daughter, Mary Ellen...