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Andrews students compete in robotics tournament
Andrews Middle School students Electa Tallant and Caleb Stillwell (from left) high-five after their best and final robot run.

    Robotics teams from four Cherokee County schools traveled to Blairsville, Ga., for the FIRST Lego League regional qualifying tournament ...

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School hosts holiday meal for community
Ayden LeQuire, Rosseigh DeHart and Aubreigh Weiland enjoy a Thanksgiving meal at Andrews Middle School on Nov. 21.

    Making sure no person or family was left out of the American holiday, Andrews Middle School held a free ...

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Local artist travels through the cooking glass
Sara Shields, owner of StarrBlaze Glassworks, creates an icicle ornament from glass in her Andrews studio. Photo by Kelsey Richardson

    Sara Shields’ path to follow her dreams is laden with blazing hot torches, furnaces and glass – lots and ...

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Musician seeks funds for trip to Italy
Hannah McCaw is seeking community support in taking a trip to Italy to pursue her musical ambitions.

    Throughout her high school career, Hannah McCaw of Andrews has graced many veteran ceremonies, parades, local events and marching ...

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Mayor, Corbin say Possum Drop is legal

    Since Andrews became the new official location of the Possum Drop, some people have begun to question one ...

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Food bank also helps with winter coats

    With winter approaching, the Cherokee County Food Bank in Andrews anticipates an influx of customers.     The food bank held ...

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VFW does its part to give back
Scott Ramler, commander of Andrews Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7620, presents Tanner Moore, a Nantahala High School senior (from left), with a $100 scholarship.

    Andrews Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7620 continues to renew its efforts to enhance the community.     On Veterans Day,

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Merrymaking begins at Christmas on Main
David and Cheryl Kelley performed as Victorian Carolers, while Dale Bull enjoyed listening to the music during Christmas on Main Street in downtown Andrews on Saturday. Bull thought the carols were “very good ... they bring back memories, a lot of memories.” Photo by BEN KATZ

    Music and holiday decor amplified the spirit of the season as more than 2,500 people crowded into downtown Andrews ...

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Youth put on angelic Christmas production
Ben Frederick, who played the Littlest Angel, prays on stage during the performance of A Christmas Medley at the Valleytown Cultural Arts Center on Friday.

    Taking a step back from directing A Christmas Medley, Lori Coffey handed the reins over to three 19-year-olds for ...

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Rescue squad seeks stipend from town

    For decades the Andrews Rescue Squad volunteer firefighters have devoted hours in both certification training and protecting the town’s ...

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