FOOTBALL: Cherokee makes state playoffs, see full first round pairings

  Per NCHSAA: 1A FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP STATE CHAMPIONSHIP PAIRING Friday, Nov. 15 EAST #1 Rosewood (10-1), BYE #8 South More...

CROSS COUNTRY: Esquivel, Swayney qualify for state meet

  ONE FEATHER STAFF REPORT   NEWTON – Jaylynne Esquivel, Cherokee Lady Braves cross country team, took fifth place at the More...

CROSS COUNTRY: Esquivel takes third at SMC Championship meet

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   On a cool, crystal-clear day made for running, Cherokee’s Jaylynne Esquivel took More...

CROSS COUNTRY: Swimmer takes second at SMC Middle School Championships

  ONE FEATHER STAFF REPORT   Dvdaya Swimmer, a seventh grader at Cherokee Middle School (CMS), took second place at the Smoky More...

FOOTBALL: Braves double Rosman for second win of season 

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF    After falling behind early, Cherokee kept moving and grinding and ended up doubling More...

CROSS COUNTRY: Cherokee Middle School teams run in County Line Challenge

  ALMOND – The Cherokee Middle School (CMS) cross country teams participated in the County Line Challenge at the Tsali Recreation More...

FOOTBALL: Braves show immense heart in loss to Swain 

  By JONAH LOSSIAH  ONE FEATHER STAFF    BRYSON CITY – Cherokee fought hard in a 41-0 loss at Swain High School on More...

CROSS COUNTRY: Cherokee teams participate in Carney Classic

  HAYESVILLE – The Cherokee High School (CHS) and Middle School (CMS) cross country teams participated in the Carney Classic More...

Cherokee holds Veterans’ Day Ceremony at Fairgrounds

Lew Harding, Steve Youngdeer American Legion Post 143 Commander, welcomes everyone to the Veteran’s Day Ceremony. (SCOTT MCKIE B.P./One Feather photos)   By SCOTT MCKIE More...

Charles George Beloved Veterans Hall dedicated at Museum

Staff Sgt. (Ret.) Warren Dupree, left, and Principal Chief Richard G. Sneed officially open the new Charles George Beloved Veterans Hall at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian More...

Tribal Court Judgment Summary for Nov. 7

  Wahnetah, Dylan Keith 14-10.16 Second Degree Trespass – Dismissed on Plea, not to be on or around premises of Harrah’s Cherokee Casino 14-70.14 Obstructing Governmental More...

Indie horror film looks to put North Carolina back on the map

  By JONAH LOSSIAH ONE FEATHER STAFF   Tommy dos Santos is a serial killer of only clowns. He is flipping the classic trope of horror on its head, and he is also an elaborate More...

Tribal member’s work to be featured at Raleigh event

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   Xavier Davis is an artist, but he is also a storyteller through his artwork.  Two of his acrylic paintings will be featured More...

Indie horror film looks to put North Carolina back on the map

  By JONAH LOSSIAH ONE FEATHER STAFF   Tommy dos Santos is a serial killer of only clowns. He is flipping the classic More...

Tribal member’s work to be featured at Raleigh event

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF   Xavier Davis is an artist, but he is also a storyteller through More...

COMMENTARY: Have you hugged a tourist today?

The Tribe doesn’t provide extrapolated numbers for tourism revenue and impact....

SPEAKING OF FAITH: Our testimony – our greatest tool

  REV. TIMOTHY L. MELTON, PASTOR CHEROKEE PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH   “Turn to Acts 4:8-31, if...

COMMENTARY: Where the rubber meets the road

We continue to discuss what level of transparency is appropriate for our government. Clearly, there are...

Louise Mabel Maney II – obituary

  Louise Mabel Maney II, 60, of Cherokee, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019 at the Memorial More...

Jonathan P. Tahquette Jr. – obituary

Jonathan P. Tahquette Jr., 36, born April 26,1983, of Cherokee, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019...

Howard Thomas “Tom” Murphy – obituary

Howard Thomas “Tom” Murphy, 61, of Cherokee, passed away on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019...

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 More...

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,..

Senior Continuing Care Retirement Community campus discussed at meeting

Earlier this month, Tribal Council approved legislation to go forward with building a comprehensive Senior Continuing Care Retirement Community to better..

Indie horror film looks to put North Carolina back on the map

Tommy dos Santos is a serial killer of only clowns. He is flipping the classic trope of horror on its head,..

Indie horror film looks to put North Carolina back on the map

Tommy dos Santos is a serial killer of only clowns. He is flipping the classic trope of horror on its head,..

Indie horror film looks to put North Carolina back on the map

Tommy dos Santos is a serial killer of only clowns. He is flipping the classic trope of horror on its head,..