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Superintendent charged with DWI

The following information is compiled with reports from the North Carolina State Highway Patrol.  All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. On Saturday afternoon, WLOS-TV shared a mugshot and a one sentence caption reading,

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Posted in NC-Cherokee County, Regional News

Big Sweep cleanup at Hiwassee Lake is set for Sept. 27

Murphy, NC – Volunteers, boats, sponsors and door prizes are needed for the 17th Big Sweep cleanup of Hiwassee Lake on Saturday morning, Sept. 27. The jump-off point again will be the U.S. Forest Service’s Hanging Dog Campground pavilion on

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Posted in NC-Cherokee County, Regional News

Murphy man arrested for Kidnapping

The following news release has been issued by Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office.  All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Murphy, NC— Cherokee County Sheriff Keith Lovin announced that on August 30, 2014 Teddy Lee

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Posted in NC-Cherokee County, Regional News

Robbinsville man arrested for robbery in Ranger community

The following press release has been issued by Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office.  All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Murphy, NC— Cherokee County Sheriff Keith Lovin announced that on August 31, 2014 Ronnie Kenneth

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Posted in NC-Cherokee County, NC-Graham County, Regional News

Murphy man arrested for child abuse

The following news release has been issued by Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office.  All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.  Murphy, NC— Cherokee County Sheriff Keith Lovin announced that Jason Dwayne Holderfield, a 26 year

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Posted in NC-Cherokee County, Regional News

CORRECTED DATES: Panther Top Fire Tower Open to Public on Selected Dates

The USDA Forect Service has revised the dates from the original press release.  See below for the corrections: The USDA Forest Service announced that it is opening the Panther Top Fire Tower to the public for viewing on selected dates.

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Posted in GA-Fannin County, GA-Gilmer County, GA-Towns County, GA-Union County, NC-Cherokee County, NC-Clay County, NC-Graham County, NC-Macon County, NC-Swain County, Regional News, TN-Monroe County, TN-Polk County

Panther Top Fire Tower Open to Public on Selected Dates

The USDA Forect Service has revised the dates from the original press release.  See below for the corrections: The USDA Forest Service announced that it is opening the Panther Top Fire Tower to the public for viewing on selected dates.

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Posted in GA-Fannin County, GA-Gilmer County, GA-Towns County, GA-Union County, NC-Cherokee County, NC-Clay County, NC-Graham County, NC-Macon County, NC-Swain County, Regional News, TN-Monroe County, TN-Polk County

NCDOT, TVA Working Together to Remove Bridge Over Chatuge Reservoir in Clay County

The N.C. Department of Transportation is working with the Tennessee Valley Authority to draw down the levels of the Chatuge Reservoir in Clay County during the final stages of a bridge replacement project. In early September, the TVA will begin to draw down reservoir

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Posted in GA-Towns County, NC-Clay County, Regional News

WCU celebrates 125 years with ‘Big Birthday Bash,’ renewal of commitment to WNC

CULLOWHEE – Western Carolina University has changed dramatically since its beginning in August 1889 as a one-room schoolhouse, but one thing that has remained constant is the institution’s commitment to Western North Carolina, WCU Chancellor David O. Belcher said Tuesday,

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Posted in NC-Cherokee County, NC-Clay County, NC-Graham County, NC-Macon County, NC-Swain County, Regional News

WNC fall color may be spotty, but last longer, says WCU’s foliage prognosticator

The combination of a wet spring and forecasts for above-average temperatures this fall could produce a long-lasting leaf display in the mountains of Western North Carolina, but with spotty color development. That’s the word from Western Carolina University’s autumnal season

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Posted in NC-Cherokee County, NC-Clay County, NC-Graham County, NC-Macon County, NC-Swain County, Regional News

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