Qualla Boundary Public Library unveils new look

The Qualla Boundary Public Library officially re-opened with a new look on the afternoon of Friday, Nov. 2. The facility received new paint and carpet throughout as well as several layout changes to improve the flow throughout. (SCOTT MCKIE B.P./One Feather photos)   By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   The Qualla Boundary Public Library More...

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By Scott On Thursday, November 1st, 2018
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Cherokee High School Honor Rolls – 1st Quarter

  9th Grade Principal’s Honor Roll: Marcus Armachain, Evan Caley, Kegan Curtice, Lucian Davis, Aria Foerst, Caidyn French, Alverta Henson, Mason Ledford, Zachariah Lossiah, Makala McGaha, Phoebe Rattler, More...

By Scott On Wednesday, October 31st, 2018
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Trail of Tears dedication by National Trails System

National Trail of Tears Association President Jack Baker, Principal Chief Richard G. Sneed, and National Park Service’s Trail of Tears National Historic Trail Superintendent Aaron Mahr unveiled the new signs to More...

By Scott On Saturday, October 27th, 2018
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Landscapes by Jenean Hornbuckle to be exhibited in Virginia

Art on 16 Contemporary Gallery, in Marion, Va.,  is celebrating Native American Heritage Month in November by exhibiting the landscape paintings of Jenean Hornbuckle, an EBCI tribal member. (Photo contributed)   Art More...

By Scott On Saturday, October 27th, 2018
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New Kituwah Academy First Quarter Perfect Attendance and Honor Rolls

  Perfect Attendance Kindergarten: Justiahna Nuna West, Mari-Jane Meli Tafoya, Catcuce Katsi Tiger, Evelynn Equeleni George First Grade: Carter Wayasti Stephens, Quinn Waya Velazques, Keilani Tsisdetsi Arch Second More...

By Scott On Friday, October 26th, 2018
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Cherokee One Feather Spooky Story Contest winners

  Adult Category Winner Vines The young boy stood at the edge of the shadows cast by the cavernous growth of kudzu vines. He hated coming this way but it was the shortest route, and he didn’t have to cross More...

By Scott On Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018
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Cherokee Indian Fair Baby Crawling contest winners

HAPPY: Nori Luck Taylor, third place winner in the 9 – 12 months division, gets a helpful start from her grandfather, Tom Belt, during the annual Cherokee Indian Fair Baby Crawling Contest on the morning of More...

By Scott On Monday, October 1st, 2018
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2018 Cherokee Indian Fair Baked Goods winners 

BEST IN SHOW: Martha Reed Wolfe holds a squash casserole that won her a Best in Show and Blue Ribbon in the 2018 Cherokee Indian Fair Baked Goods contest hosted by the EBCI Cooperative Extension Office. She is shown More...

By Scott On Monday, October 1st, 2018
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Major General Arnold Fields to speak at Cherokee Indian Fair

  Special to the One Feather   Major General Arnold Fields will address the assembly of military veterans and visitors to the Veteran’s Day of the Cherokee Indian Fair on Friday, Oct. 5. Major General More...

By Scott On Friday, September 28th, 2018
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Cherokee Central Schools recognized for serving students with severe disabilities

AWARD: Cherokee Central Schools Special Services Team is presented with the 2018 McLean-Yoder Award for Excellence at the school on the morning of Friday, Sept. 28 from Bill Ogletree (back row, right), National More...