The town Council of Cedar Bluff met on Monday, July 14, 2014 at 5:30 pm with all Council members present except Council Member Letha Harp.
While many doctors want to specialize these days, at least one future physician has his heart set on family practice medicine.
The Cherokee County Herald’s Shannon Fagan took home five awards from the 2014 Alabama Sports Writers 43rd Annual Convention held Sunday, June 8 in Troy, Ala.
Citizens are reminded that the 2014 Cherokee County Relay for Life event is this Friday, June 13, beginning at 6 p.m. in the Cherokee County High School Warrior Football Stadium.
Cabela’s Incorporated announced today plans to open its first Alabama retail location in Huntsville, Ala., serving customers in northern Alabama and southern Tennessee.
A local businessman and community leader is seeking the help of the City of Centre to enhance local waterways. Jerry Culberson recently approached Centre Mayor Tony Wilkie and the Centre City Council about possibly constructing a park along the Alabama Highway 9 Causeway at the state docks.
The town of Cedar Bluff had a special called Council meeting on Monday, May 19, 2014 at 2 p.m. with all Council members present.
The Centre City Council, during its Tuesday, May 13 meeting, voting to enter into an annual $1,000 contract with Cherokee County Chapter of the American Red Cross.
May is Better Speech and Hearing Month, and Harbin Clinic Certified Audiologists are offering free hearing aid evaluations. Signs that you may need a hearing aid evaluation:
American Legion Post 62 and other organizers and supporters invite everyone to come out this weekend for the Armed Forces Day Parade and Cookout scheduled for this Saturday, May 17, from 10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
After 35 years, the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce has retired one of its most coveted awards and has begun a new award named after the late W.A. “Dub” Ellis Jr. who passed away earlier this year.
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt within the heart.”-Helen Keller
Republican Candidate for Alabama Secretary of State Reese McKinney addressed the recent Cherokee County Republican Party Breakfast held at The Onion Patch Restaurant in Centre.
It isn’t a question of whether the glass is half empty or half full. The important thing is that the glass does have water in it and everyone can get a drink of that water.
Surya recently announced the appointment of Jim Curtin as vice president of sales, national accounts. In his new role, Curtin will oversee the development and growth of the rug and home accessories brand’s national accounts strategy across its multiple product lines, as well as lead the expansion of Surya’s sales initiatives within the floor covering segment.
Georgia Northwestern Technical College will offer two Occupational Safety and Health Administration compliance training opportunities with a lunchtime discussion on Friday, April 25, and a seminar on Thursday, May 1, at the Gordon County Campus.
A jury awarded $2 million in punitive damages and $60,000 in plaintiff’s damages to Barbara Ann Roberts, who was convicted of capital murder in Cherokee County Circuit Court last week.
The Cherokee County Commission has voted to give $4,000 in discretionary funds to assist the Centre Middle School Robotics Team with travel expenses to world championship competition in Anaheim, Calif.
With spring just a few days away, the warmer weather and the aroma of pancakes, eggs, sausage and fresh coffee combined to give the Centre Lions Club another successful 2014 Pancake Day recently.
The Centre City Council has agreed to host a parade to salute all military veterans on Armed Forces Day Saturday, May 17.
Cherokee County could be on track for an Alabama Bass Trail Tournament in 2015 if all the necessary preparations are made.