Cherokee council considers revoking part of former vice chief's will
The widow of a former Vice Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians may be out of a home if Tribal Council decides to slash the portion of a will that left her the house.
“I was raised on that home place, no one else was,” Katina Price, whose father Bill Ledford wrote the will in question, told Tribal Council last month. “That was supposed to be mine. It was originally in the paperwork that I have.”