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Did you ever want to be a cowboy? Most boys growing up in the midst of the 20th century were inspired by the Wild, Wild  West, due to the influence of a new medium of the time — TV.You can … more
Representatives of Wacker Polysilicon North America's Charleston plant presented a donation to Ocoee Middle School's STEM program Thursday. Teachers were given a check for $1,800 to be used for … more
Those who have not saved enough money to make a downpayment on a home purchase now may have a chance to achieve the American Dream through the Tennessee Housing Development Agency’s Great Choice … more
With growing attendance, organizers of the International Cowpea Festival and Cook-off say that parking is top of mind. Thanks to Resolute Forest Products (formerly known as Bowater), a shuttle … more
Staff of The Home Depot's Cleveland store location recently donated materials for and volunteered to build a greenhouse at a local school. Dr. Heather Hayes, principal of Waterville Community … more
Richard Wilson, executive director of the State of Tennessee's Office of Small Business Advocate, told the Rotarians Tuesday that there are over 555,000 small businesses in Tennessee.Wilson spoke … more
Heath Eslinger’s career with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is getting off to a fast start thanks to support from the Allan Jones Foundation.The foundation has announced a $10,000 donation … more
David Mitchell Lyle, former police commissioner for the city of Cleveland and a member of the Cleveland City Council for 15 years, died Wednesday.He had been a resident at Life Care Center of … more
It’s time to rev those engines once again, as the Disabled American Veterans Car Show is happening Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. at Bradley Square Mall. Taking place on the second Saturday of … more
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