Exclusion powers of Tribe discussed in work session 

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF    The ability of leaders of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) to exclude people from its territory was discussed during a work session of Tribal More...

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Gymnastics provides discipline and fun for Cherokee girls

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF    FRANKLIN – Several times a week, for multiple hours each time, Shawnee Kirkland More...

WRESTLING: Three EBCI tribal members win state wrestling titles

  ONE FEATHER STAFF REPORT   GREENSBORO – Three members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) took home 1A More...

WRESTLING: NCHSAA 1A State consolation semifinals

  GREENSBORO – The NCHSAA held the second day of the 2020 Individual Wrestling Tournament this morning at the Greensboro Colesium. More...

WRESTLING: NCHSAA 1A State consolation first round results

  GREENSBORO – The NCHSAA held the second day of the 2020 Individual Wrestling Tournament on the morning of Saturday, Feb. More...

WRESTLING: NCHSAA 1A State semifinal results

  GREENSBORO – The NCHSAA held the championship second day of the 2020 Individual Wrestling Tournament on the morning of Saturday, More...

WRESTLING: Quarterfinal results from NCHSAA 1A State Tournament

  GREENSBORO – The NCHSAA held the championship first round of the 2020 Individual Wrestling Tournament on the afternoon of More...

BASKETBALL: Feather named Midwest Conference Performer of the Week

  Meona Feather (Photo courtesy of Lake Forest College) GRINNELL, Iowa — The Midwest Conference (MWC) announced its Performers More...

WRESTLING: Three Braves, other SMC wrestlers qualify for State

  MT. AIRY – Three members of the Cherokee Braves Varsity Wrestling Team placed at the 1A West Regional Championship at More...

Budget Council (March 3) and Tribal Council (March 5) agendas

  Budget Council Agenda – Tuesday, March 3, 2020 Tribal Council Agenda – Thursday, March 5, 2020  More...

One Feather wins 16 N.C. Press Awards including first place in community coverage 

  RALEIGH – The Cherokee One Feather won a total of 16 awards at the North Carolina Press Association’s annual convention and banquet held in Raleigh on Thursday, More...

Exclusion powers of Tribe discussed in work session 

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF    The ability of leaders of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) to exclude people from its territory was discussed More...

Arts Council Grant sustains Cherokee metalwork tradition

  Two Cherokee artists and their teacher are the recipients of a prestigious North Carolina Arts Council grant. The statewide Apprenticeship Grant is offered only once a year More...

‘Dee’ Smith Tribute exhibit being hosted by Qualla Arts & Crafts

  By JONAH LOSSIAH ONE FEATHER STAFF    Qualla Arts and Crafts will be hosting an art exhibit open house on Friday, Feb. 28, to honor the late John Daniel ‘Dee’ More...

Arts Council Grant sustains Cherokee metalwork tradition

  Two Cherokee artists and their teacher are the recipients of a prestigious North Carolina Arts Council grant. The More...

‘Dee’ Smith Tribute exhibit being hosted by Qualla Arts & Crafts

  By JONAH LOSSIAH ONE FEATHER STAFF    Qualla Arts and Crafts will be hosting an art exhibit open house More...

SPEAKING OF FAITH: True life is ‘Walking in the Spirit’ – and Holiness 

“So there is no condemnation for those who belong to Christ Jesus....

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: We still need the sidewalk

My husband and I believe that a sidewalk was promised for the roadside from the old...

COMMENTARY: Opportunity knocks

It is time to nag you about voting again. This time we are looking at federal,...

Wanda Jackson Blythe – obituary

  Wanda Jackson Blythe, 53, of the Jackson Branch Community in Robbinsville, went home to be with the More...

Donna Rose Smith Messer – obituary

Donna Rose Smith Messer, 60, of Cherokee, went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020...

Patrick P. West – obituary

Patrick P. West, of Cherokee, went to his Heavenly home on Feb. 13, 2020 after a long battle with cancer...

Tribal member assists research into cell phone health hazards

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   Kristin “Sassy” Washington, a healthcare communications More...

Legionnaires’ disease investigation focuses on attendees of N.C. Mountain State Fair

The Buncombe and Henderson County Health Departments, in conjunction with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, are investigating..

Parker to provide annual public lecture in native health at WCU

Barbara “Sunshine” Parker, human services director for the Public Health and Human Services Division of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians,..

Cades Cove to re-open following tunnel work

Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials announced that Cades Cove will reopen on Saturday, Feb. 29, following a two-month closure for..

Upcoming Pow Wows for March 2020 

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

Arts Council Grant sustains Cherokee metalwork tradition

Two Cherokee artists and their teacher are the recipients of a prestigious North Carolina Arts Council grant...

Arts Council Grant sustains Cherokee metalwork tradition

Two Cherokee artists and their teacher are the recipients of a prestigious North Carolina Arts Council grant...

Arts Council Grant sustains Cherokee metalwork tradition

Two Cherokee artists and their teacher are the recipients of a prestigious North Carolina Arts Council grant...