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Southern Heritage Bank adds investment and trust services Lee Stewart, regional president, has announced that Southern Heritage Bank – A Division of First Citizens National Bank now offers First Citizens Investment and Trust Services. Leigh Ann Boyd, CFP® brings 24 years of experience to provide trust services to Bradley and Hamilton Counties. more
Lee to Host 15th Annual International Piano Festival   The Lee University School of Music will present its 15th Annual International Piano Festival on June 23 through 29.   The event began in 2005 as a competition for high school students and was expanded in 2011 to include opportunities for participants to study with internationally-acclaimed artists. To kick off the festival week, the public will get a chance to hear faculty and guest artists in recital.   Highly-praised performers and teachers Natalya Antonova, Dr. Heather Conner, and Dr. Henry Wong Doe are the guest artists for this year’s festival, along with Lee faculty Dr. Joong Han (Jonathan) Jung, Dr. ChoEun Lee, Dr. Cahill Smith, and Dr. Phillip Thomas. more
The Polk County delegation posed for a photo with state Sen. Mike Bell in his Nashville office. State History Bowl contest is shown. The Polk County 4-H team placed second in state competition.     more
Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks says the city's soon-to-be-unveiled master plan will include an amphitheater, which will be located behind the Museum Center downtown.Brooks made his remarks during a … more
Community Chapel Church, 1807 Blythe Ave., will have a food giveaway on June 8, 1 to 2 p.m. ——— more
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