News Stories

Some Swain High students were riding a bicycle for the first time last week after the school received its own bike fleet.

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Principal Chief Patrick Lambert has been fighting Tribal Council’s efforts to impeach him for the past two months, and Tribal Council has fought back.

On April 20, the Swain County Chamber of Commerce kicked off the new tourism season with its annual membership dinner at the Fryemont Inn for business owners and local leaders to come together as o


After winning five in a row before a two-week hiatus, the Swain County High School Lady Devils softball team picked right back up from where they left off and won two more games by 10-run rule this

Although the score indicated a good game, the Swain County High School Maroon Devils baseball team felt like they could’ve played better in their 9-3 win at Cherokee High School on Tuesday, April 2


Jennifer Dugan Toineeta, 34, of Cherokee, went home to be with the Lord, Wednesday, April 19, 2017. A native of Cherokee, she was the daughter of the late Jackie Dugan Queen.

Willard Cook of Darrington, Washington, was born October 1, 1938, to Edna and Albert Cook in Wilmot, NC, and passed away at home on March 16, 2017.

BREVARD- Lou Edith Medford Crisp Miller passed away on Monday, April 17, 2017 at the Oaks of Brevard. 

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