Ann Tatum was a contributor to nearly every organization in town, including the Valleytown Cultural Arts and Chatauqua AVE, to name a couple.
Ronnie Roberts’ Honda S2000 has some American hot-rod blood running through it, too. Photo by Ben Katz
Andrews' Jean Christy is a longtime member of the Andrews United Methodist Church.
Salutatorian Skye Raxter hugs a family member after receiving her diploma. Photo by Ben Katz
Andrews’ Taylor Parker runs through blockers during a drill at spring practice last week. Photo by Ben Katz
Andrews’ Cameron Debty (right) and Tyler Holloway were third and fourth, respectively, in shot put at the state 1A meet Friday in Greensboro. Photo by Scott Lindsay

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   Talk of extraterritorial jurisdiction resurfaced in Andrews this week with the introduction of a state bill that likely would prevent it from ever happening.

Ann Tatum was a contributor to nearly every organization in town, including the Valleytown Cultural Arts and Chatauqua AVE, to name a couple.

   Ann Tatum left a lasting mark on Andrews, where she spent much of her retirement years trying to enrich and beautify.

Ronnie Roberts’ Honda S2000 has some American hot-rod blood running through it, too. Photo by Ben Katz

    When Ronnie Roberts takes his Honda S2000 out on a joy ride, he turns heads. Once people realize the loud engine roar resounds from his car, curiosity sparks.

Sports

Andrews’ Taylor Parker runs through blockers during a drill at spring practice last week. Photo by Ben Katz

    Andrews’ football players have a lot to learn about new coach James Phillips’ scheme, and they are wasting no time getting a head start.

Andrews’ Cameron Debty (right) and Tyler Holloway were third and fourth, respectively, in shot put at the state 1A meet Friday in Greensboro. Photo by Scott Lindsay

    The journeys for a few athletes to represent Andrews High School ended at the best possible destination – the podium.

Andrews’ Erika Griggs (left) was second in the 100-meter hurdles at the regional meet. Photo by Scott McKie/Cherokee One Feather

   Seven athletes representing Andrews High School in this weekend’s North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s State 1A Championship in Greensboro will have one last opportunity to shine.

Obituaries

Edward Carroll, age 68, passed away Thursday, Dec. 17, 2015. He was from Andrews. No services are planned at this time. Townson-Rose Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Tom Wallace, age 83, passed away Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015.

Phyllis West Rayburn, 68, of the Robinson Road community of Andrews, passed away Saturday, Dec. 19, 2015, at her residence. She was a native of Cherokee County and the daughter of the late Clarence