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The Tennessee Department of Health has announced that Tennessee continues its efforts to administer COVID-19 vaccinations as described in the state’s COVID-19 Vaccination Plan. During the New Year … more
Cleveland Police Department Sgt. Evie West was in Manhattan, New York, in March 2020 visiting a friend when the world began shutting down due to COVID-19. “All the shops and restaurants were … more
With a spike in COVID-19 cases the Alpha Theta Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, an international honorary sorority for educators, staged an Alpha Theta parking lot collection for January's altruistic items. Assisting with January's donation of towels, blankets, and laundry detergent for Bradley County Emergency Shelter are, from left, Carol Peace, Tennessee Altruistic chair; Jill McGuire, OMS; Kelly DeLaLuz, president. more
When planning your wedding there are myriad details that require time and attention. Don’t forget the gift registry is one of them. more
 Fenimore’s Weddings and Events' Dwight Richardson specializes in personal service to help design weddings or special events with a “wow effect.”Launched in 2010, Fenimore’s offers … more
Isbill Floral Gallery has new home on Inman Street more
Roses are classic, timeless and versatile flowers that Melissa Carden uses in nearly all of her bouquets, pairing them with other flowers and greenery to suit a bride’s style. Like the rose, … more
In planning a wedding, there are many things to consider, not the least of which occurs after the vows are taken and the bride and groom walk down the aisle hand-in-hand. The after wedding party is a … more
Whether you are planning a casual or a formal wedding, the Town Squire is the place to go, according to Larry McDaniel, owner of Town Squire. more
A planner helps with details of dream wedding more
Selfie Stop offers people a chance to be silly or serious as their photo is snapped. Jordan Caughey, owner of Selfie Shop, operates his Selfie Stop photo booths at events in the local area. more
So, you called off your wedding plans in 2020 because of COVID-19, but now you’re determined to tie the knot in 2021. Where does that leave you? The pandemic has forced event planners to modify normal wedding conventions and, as a result, plenty of creative trends have emerged that just might be perfect for couples who have their hearts set on having their nuptials this year. more
LITERACY CHAMPION awards were recently presented to Virginia Orr and Jennifer Lee. From left are Orr, Ann McElrath (Literacy Committee co-chair), Betsy Bassettee (Ocoee Chapter second cice regent), and Lee. Ocoee Chapter NSDAR presents Literacy Champion awards more
LIBRARY CORNER January 17 – January 23 The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library is in Phase 4 of our 5-Phase Reopening Plan. Normal hours of operation have resumed, including Sundays, and study rooms are available for bi-hourly check out. Other meeting rooms and public restrooms remain closed, and patrons are required to wear a mask when in the building. To make a reservation for computer use, please call the Non-Fiction Desk at 423-472-2163, ext. 126. For all other reservations, please call the Administrative Assistant at 423-472-2163, ext. 110. For more information, please see the sections titled CURBSIDE PICK-UP and 5-PHASE REOPENING PLAN. SUNDAY | January 17 Quaran-STEAM - THE EXPERIMENT - with Mr. Mike more
Dear Rusty: I'm 63 and still working, and I receive Social Security benefits. Because of COVID-19 my employer has been giving us a $300 bonus, every 3 months. This will be … more
Wesley Judd named to University of Utah's dean's list  more
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