Sutallee Trace Trails

Sutallee Trace Trails

Sutallee Trace Trails By Katie Wheeler The Etowah Trails System comprises several trails that stretch from Boling Park in Canton to the area known as Rock Creek Estates and also west toward the Georgia National Cemetery. The trails explore undeveloped wooded areas...
Lights! Camera! Cherokee!

Lights! Camera! Cherokee!

Lights! Camera! Cherokee! By Mike Mullet State tax credits for the movie business have made Georgia the new Hollywood. More movies are made in Georgia now than in California or New York, and Cherokee County has emerged as one of the state’s top filming locations. With...
Heart, Soul, and Sound

Heart, Soul, and Sound

Heart, Soul, and Sound By Mike Mullet Speedy Smith spent more than forty years traveling the world with some of the biggest names in rock music, mixing concert sound for the likes of Aerosmith, Kansas, and the Zac Brown Band. Today you’re more likely to find him...
Hayden’s Review

Hayden’s Review

Hayden’s Review By Katie Wheeler On the west side of Cherokee County, surrounded by open land and horse farms, is a hidden gem of upscale dining. Locals, however, know that the Union Hill Bar and Grill is the Cheers of Hickory Flat. Union Hill Bar and Grill has...
County Kid Nice on Ice

County Kid Nice on Ice

County Kid Nice on Ice By Leana Conway Although football and its star players have traditionally been the “sports love language” of the South, times are changing. Cherokee County can now boast a professional hockey player as one of its notable sports figures....
To the Rescue

To the Rescue

To the Rescue By Shannon Sickmon According to the American Horse Council, some 90,000 to 140,000 equines are deemed unwanted, and most are sent to slaughterhouses. Canton resident Casey Montana and her family ensure some of those horses have a home where they can live...