Weather sends Cherokee County athletic schedules i...
by Emily Horos
ehoros@cherokeetribune.com
12:50 AM, Friday, February 27
With severe driving conditions expected in the northern portion of the county, Cherokee schools will be closed for the fourth straight day, which means that classes have been held just once in the last two weeks.

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Stewart searches for elusive win in Daytona 500
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35 years later, Miracle on Ice ‘part of who we are’
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Turnovers, missed opportunities prevent Lady Knights’ oppo...
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Around the County: Woodfin earns weekly award from conference
After averaging 24 points per game over the last week, Reinhardt’s Erika Woodfin was named the Appalachian Athletic C...
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Gamecocks make early statement in SEC win
Duane Notice and Tyrone Johnson each scored 17 points and South Carolina recovered after blowing a 21-point lead to b...
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Keselowski lacks respect from peers
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Study: educated youth football coaches can cut injuries
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Lady Grizzlies win consolation for No. 3 seed
CANTON — Creekview will go into the state playoffs as the No. 3 seed after closing out a 39-29 victory against River ...
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Trio of Woodstock’s Shareef, Creekview’s Davis, Johnson as...
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First loss comes in region title game
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Perimeter shooting plays key role as Lady Wolverines march...
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Four left in pursuit of state’s top prize
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