ON THE SIDELINES: Community shows support for Braves Kickoff Classic

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. One Feather Staff   Mist was rising off the greens at the Sequoyah National Golf Club when over 80 More...

Cherokee High School Athletic Awards for 2020-21

  Shalyn Barker and Jonathan Frady took home top honors as Female Athlete of the Year and Male Athlete of the Year as Cherokee More...

Gadusi Bike Community opens doors to mountain biking

    Special to the One Feather   The Gadusi Bike Community was founded by Jones-Bowman Fellow Levi West in 2019.  Each More...

WRESTLING: Two EBCI tribal members win state titles

  One Feather Staff Report   Robbinsville’s Kyle Fink and Ben Wachacha, both members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians More...

TRACK & FIELD: Several Cherokee High athletes place at regional, qualify for state meet

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. One Feather Staff   Several members of the Cherokee High School varsity track and field team placed More...

ON THE SIDELINES: Student-athletes should be commended for handling of pandemic season

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. One Feather Staff   As this sports season, arguably one of the oddest in state history, winds down, More...

WRESTLING: 1A West Regional held at Robbinsville; Taylor qualifies for state

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. One Feather Staff   ROBBINSVILLE – Wrestlers from 24 schools throughout western North Carolina filled More...

WRESTLING: Three Cherokee wrestlers take second at SMC championship

  Cherokee’s Jaylynne Esquivel (top) wrestles Noah Rowe, Swain Co., in the semifinals of the 113lb. weight division at the Smoky More...

Police Commission discusses narcotics and animal control

  By JONAH LOSSIAH One Feather Staff   The Cherokee Police Commission held its last meeting on Thursday, July 15 and spent most of it discussing the drug issues on the More...

Tribes enter into MOA with Western Carolina Univ. for language preservation

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. One Feather Staff   A little more than two years after the three federally recognized tribes of Cherokee people declared a state of emergency More...

Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians receives Homeowner Assistance Funds

  The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) has received $2,646,585 in Homeowner Assistance Funds (HAF) under the American Rescue Act Plan.  HAF will be administered More...

Cherokee student participates in REU Program at UT

  By GALEN FADER Special to the One Feather   KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Many college students use their time off school to relax or de-stress, but one aspiring chemist More...

Shana Condill looks to take the Museum to the next level

  By JONAH LOSSIAH One Feather Staff   Shana Bushyhead Condill was announced as the new executive director of the Museum of the Cherokee Indian in June and says she More...

EBCI photographers featured in The 400 Years Project

  By SHEYAHSHE LITTLEDAVE Special to the One Feather   The 400 Years Project is a new photography collective More...

“A Living Language: Cherokee Syllabary and Contemporary Art” exhibit set to open

                Special to the One Feather   “A Living Language: Cherokee Syllabary and Contemporary More...

SPEAKING OF FAITH: The finish line approaches…

Not all of these believers received every part of their promise.  What promise did they receive? ...

COMMENTARY: Tribal Council should make Harrah’s smoke-free

When Tribal Council members gather on Thursday, July 29 for a work session on Ordinance No....

COMMENTARY: Delta variant may put us back in masks and lockdowns

The most recently released information on our COVID-19 preparedness is a cause for concern. The news...

OBITUARY: Louise Mabel Maney

  Louise Mabel Maney, 83, Beloved wife of the late Jesse Anderson Maney Sr., went home to be with the Lord More...

OBITUARY: Stacy “Bessie” Wallace

Stacy “Bessie” Wallace, 74, of Cherokee, passed away at the Tsali Care Nursing Center on Saturday, July 17, 2021 following a..

OBITUARY: James Vernon Loftis

James Vernon Loftis, 56, of the Alarka community, went to his eternal home Saturday, July 17, 2021. He was the son..

Harris Regional Hospital and Swain Community Hospital expand women’s care

  SYLVA – Harris Regional Hospital and Swain Community Hospital continue to expand women’s services More...

Proposed tribal law would prohibit public indoor smoking at casino

A proposed change to the Cherokee Code would prohibit public indoor smoking at both Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort and Harrah’s Valley..

Concern grows for pediatric dental care in Cherokee

Dental care wasn't the first worry for most people when the pandemic brought life to a screeching halt last Spring. ..

EBCI photographers featured in The 400 Years Project

The 400 Years Project is a new photography collective designed to showcase Native American life through the lens of Native photographers...

EBCI photographers featured in The 400 Years Project

The 400 Years Project is a new photography collective designed to showcase Native American life through the lens of Native photographers...

EBCI photographers featured in The 400 Years Project

The 400 Years Project is a new photography collective designed to showcase Native American life through the lens of Native photographers...