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Categories Chamber Events Community Interest COVID-19 Related Economic Development in Cherokee County Food & Brew For Immediate Release From the Executive Director Human Interest Member Spotlight Members Miscellaneous Our Great Outdoors Visit NC Farms Where WNC Begins Carolina Farm Credit Announces Grant Funding for Agriculture Non-Profits Non-profit organizations, in the 54 western-most counties in North…

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Categories Chamber Events Community Interest COVID-19 Related Economic Development in Cherokee County Food & Brew For Immediate Release From the Executive Director Human Interest Member Spotlight Members Miscellaneous Our Great Outdoors Visit NC Farms Where WNC Begins What Grandma Taught us About Bleach and Mold Ain’t Necessarily So Has grandma or mom told you that…

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Facebook and WordPress’ – Irreconcilable Differences will Affect Countless Websites – Will Yours Be One of Them? UDPATE 2 10/23/2020: Since information is still unclear about how the Facebook-Instagram-Wordpress embedding scenario is going to play out, we have decided to wait until AFTER the weekend before posting possible solutions to preserving existing or establishing new…

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In the Air with Riley – Ziplining at the Nantahala Outdoor Center You are perched hundreds of feet above the forest floor. The silhouette of mountains on the horizon, shrouded by a thin veil of fog. A lake shimmering in the distance. A river snaking through the valley. The soothing voice of your guide, explaining…

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Categories Chamber Events Community Interest COVID-19 Related Economic Development in Cherokee County Food & Brew For Immediate Release From the Executive Director Human Interest Member Spotlight Members Miscellaneous Our Great Outdoors Visit NC Farms Where WNC Begins Submitted by Theresa Jo Gaffney Rotary Club of Murphy Public Information Officer Beloved Caboose Gets a Facelift Earlier…

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Categories Chamber Events Community Interest COVID-19 Related Economic Development in Cherokee County Food & Brew For Immediate Release From the Executive Director Human Interest Member Spotlight Members Miscellaneous Our Great Outdoors Visit NC Farms Where WNC Begins EWCH Announces New Patient and Visitor Entrance Process Beginning Monday, October 12, Erlanger Western Carolina…

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Base Note Labs Lunch and Learn October 13 2020

GUEST POST: BASE NOTE LABS 5 Ways Clients and Customers Can Support Your Local Business for FREE To say 2020 has been a challenging year might be an understatement. These past few months have put many businesses to the test, and it’s more important than ever to make sure you’re setting yourself apart from your…

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Resources for Families

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Categories Chamber Events Community Interest COVID-19 Related Economic Development in Cherokee County Food & Brew For Immediate Release From the Executive Director Human Interest Member Spotlight Members Miscellaneous Our Great Outdoors Visit NC Farms Where WNC Begins Cherokee County Ministerial Association Releases a Directory of Resources for Family and Individuals The Cherokee…

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Rotary Club of Murphy NC hosts RadioThon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Categories Chamber Events Community Interest COVID-19 Related Economic Development in Cherokee County Food & Brew For Immediate Release From the Executive Director Human Interest Member Spotlight Members Miscellaneous Our Great Outdoors Visit NC Farms Where WNC Begins Rotary Club of Murphy Sponsors RadioThon The Rotary Club of Murphy is hosting a Rotary…

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Support Victims of Abuse | Photo by Elle Hughes, Pexels

GUEST POST: CECELIA CRAWFORD for DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH How to Support Victims of Abuse Cecilia Crawford, Executive Director of Reach, Inc in Murphy, NC, has written an insightful guest post about Domestic Violence in recognition of this being Domestice Violence Awareness Month. Crawford’s article turns attention, not to the direct victims of violence, but…

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