Hemp feasibility study presented to Council

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   After several years of talking about cannabis, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) is one step closer to entering the multi-billion dollar industry.  More...

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NAYO 2019 Softball and Baseball brackets

  NAYO 2019 Tournament Brackets   The 2019 NAYO Softball and Baseball tournaments will be hosted by the Eastern Band of Cherokee More...

SOCCER: Kiowa tribal member breaks MLS record

Chris Wondolowski, a striker for the San Jose Earthquakes and a member of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma, became the most prolific scorer More...

ON THE SIDELINES: Let’s finally get rid of the ‘jocks are dumb’ trope

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   The movie trope of the dumb jock has been used over and over again, especially More...

TRACK & FIELD: Panther wins state title, two Braves place

Hallah Panther, Lady Braves junior, right, won the state title in the Women’s Pole Vault with a jump of 10-0. She is shown with her More...

Smith, Teesateskie win top honors at CHS Athletic Awards 

Blake Smith, left, won the James “Hogeye” Taylor Memorial Male Athlete of the Year award and Tori Teesateskie won the Bertha More...

TRACK & FIELD: Cherokee athletes qualify for state meet

  ONE FEATHER STAFF REPORT   HICKORY – Five athletes on the Cherokee High School varsity track and field team have qualified More...

FOOTBALL: David Napert named Braves head coach

David Napert, right, discusses a drill with members of the Cherokee Braves varsity football team during spring practice last week. More...

TRACK & FIELD: Cherokee hosts Smoky Mountain Conference meet 

Cherokee’s Blake Smith runs to a first place finish in the Men’s 100M Dash at the Smoky Mountain Conference Track & More...

National Park Service seeks information regarding man’s death

  The National Park Service Investigative Services Branch (ISB) investigators are trying to determine the circumstances surrounding the death of David Carver Jr. who was More...

Tribal Court Docket for Friday, July 19

  This is a criminal docket date for the Cherokee Tribal Court.  All of the defendants listed have only been charged with the crimes/offenses listed and should be considered More...

Motorist fatality on Clingmans Dome Road

  Great Smoky Mountains National Park rangers responded to a single-car, motor vehicle accident on Clingmans Dome Road at approximately 12:30 p.m. on Monday, July 15. The More...

Crowe to seek Miss Rodeo Washington title

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   Devalyn Crowe loves roping and riding and the entire rodeo lifestyle.  A former Miss Indian Rodeo (2014-15), she is seeking More...

WCU and A-B Tech Memorandum displays progression of local education

A memorandum of understanding was signed by WCU Chancellor Kelly Brown, right, and A-B Tech President Dennis King on Monday, July 8. (Photo contributed)   By JONAH LOSSIAH ONE More...

Qualla Creations opens new, art-based storefront

Laura Blythe, center, cuts the ribbon to officially open Qualla Creations, a Cherokee Historical Association business, on More...

Joy Harjo named Nation’s 23rd Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry

  Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden announced on Wednesday, June 19 the appointment of Joy Harjo as the nation’s More...

SPEAKING OF FAITH: In the Garden of Gethsemane…

Isn’t it a bit ironic how the first Adam and his wife were betrayed, simply by...

COMMENTARY: It takes a village and a dedicated staff

The debate series is very much like a job interview. It must be taken in-context of...

SPEAKING OF FAITH: Inheritance – Who has the good, perfect answers?

“Then James and John, the sons of Zebedee, came to him and said, ‘Teacher, we want...

D. Charlene Bird-Stiles – obituary

  D. Charlene Bird-Stiles, 61, of Cherokee, went home to be with the Lord Friday, July 5, 2019 at her More...

Alice Mae (Wolfe) Forney – obituary

Alice Mae (Wolfe) Forney, 67, of the Big Cove Community and resided in Sylva with her husband Marvin “Buster” Forney of..

Jean Bradley Nickerson – obituary

Jean Bradley Nickerson, age 76, of Huntsville, Ala., passed away Tuesday, May 21, 2019...

No measles cases reported in Cherokee, hospital staff taking precautions

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   The CDC is reporting a high number of measles cases nationwide More...

Syringe kiosks installed around Cherokee tribal lands

Health officials with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians are hoping the installation of syringe kiosks in various locations will help..

Area health community groups, workshops, meetings

Area health community groups, workshops, meetings listings as provided by EBCI Public Health and Human Services..

A letter from the editor: An Appeal to Clubs and Organizations

We receive calls almost daily from organizations wanting a Cherokee One Feather representative to "cover" an event or meeting of one..

Upcoming Pow Wows for July 26-28

Note: This list of pow wows was compiled by One Feather staff. The One Feather does not endorse any of these..

Qualla Creations opens new, art-based storefront

Qualla Creations, a business of the Cherokee Historical Association (CHA), opened its doors officially in downtown Cherokee on Friday, July 12. ..

Qualla Creations opens new, art-based storefront

Qualla Creations, a business of the Cherokee Historical Association (CHA), opened its doors officially in downtown Cherokee on Friday, July 12. ..

Qualla Creations opens new, art-based storefront

Qualla Creations, a business of the Cherokee Historical Association (CHA), opened its doors officially in downtown Cherokee on Friday, July 12. ..