By SCOTT POWELL Ledger Staff Writer email@example.com
Despite a major decline in new virus cases, Cherokee County Superintendent Dr. Dana Fall continues to urge people in local schools to take precautions against the coronavirus. County schools reported 172 cases among students and staff in February. This is down from 517 cases in January when the omicron variant led to a post-holiday spike in COVID-19 cases, prompting Cherokee […]
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