Andrea Crisp stepped from the witness stand at state prosecutor Jonathan Hindsman Jr.’s request.
By Quintin Ellison
The two candidates for principal chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians were expecting a nasty, bitter campaign based on the recent history of tribal politics.
By Matthew Osborne
Local Western North Carolina leaders gathered at the First Baptist Church in Bryson City during a day-long summit Friday, Aug.
By Melissa Ezro
There’s a new coach at the helm for Swain county boys’ cross country. Although Head Coach Keith Payne is new to the Maroon Devils program, he has been around the sport in some capacity since 1987.
Swain county girls’ cross country coach Jennifer Chatham has the exciting challenge of not only looking to this season, but also the next two, three and four with a very young team that is composed
Following a highly successful spring season with the Swain County girls’ soccer team, Head Coach Scott Cline hopes to convey to his boys’ team that they are just as capable of an incredible turnaro
Kim S. Hamrick passed away on August 4th, 2019 in Crystal River, Florida, she was 64.
Joe Douglas Revis, 76, passed away August 18, 2019.
Mr. Revis was born on February 26, 1943 to the late M.B. and Bertie Revis.
Jack D. Shuler, 88, of Bryson City, went home to be with the Lord Sunday, August 18, 2019. A native of Swain County, he was the son of the late Gordon R.
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