Livia Lambert, an EBCI tribal member and senior at Cherokee High School, has been chosen to serve as a North Carolina delegate to the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders event being held in Lowell, Mass. near Boston on June 29 – July 1.
The aisles of Cherokee Food Lion were alive with the sounds of the Cherokee language being spoken on the evening of Wednesday, Feb. 15.
When Sampson learned that WCU chose Cherokee as its campus learning theme for the 2017-18 academic year, she couldn’t wait to relay the news to the Cherokee community.
Lou Montelongo, a senior at Cherokee High School, explores the history and message of AIM and its activism on behalf of American Indians in a mural display she created for her senior project.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park rangers are recruiting volunteers to adopt a tree monitoring plot in areas throughout the park.
The Steve Youngdeer American Legion Post 143 Auxiliary hosted a “Creating Community Partnerships” luncheon at Post headquarters on Thursday, Feb. 2.
Earlier this month, students in a first grade class at New Kituwah Academy received a letter from a very special person.
Cherokee High School Honor Rolls – 2nd Quarter
New Kituwah Academy Honor Rolls – 2nd Nine Weeks Grading Period
Members of the Cherokee (Central Schools) Chamber Singers group had their dreams come true by being able to perform at Disneyworld in Orlando, Fla. recently.