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Lara (Lowe) Jordan, Faye Marshall, Carolyn Dover and Jerry Quirk, who are celebrating a birthday today … Tammy Wilson and 14-year-old McKenna Denton, who are celebrating birthdays Saturday ... … more
The Cleveland Chapter of the National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees will have its regular meeting on Tuesday, noon, at Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, 3405 Peerless Road. Kyle Page, program manager for the PIE Center will be the speaker. For more information, contact Dean McAlister, or 336-2330. more
Tennessee Valley Authority’s 41,000-square-mile region has received about a month’s worth of rainfall over the past two days. James Everett, senior manager of TVA’s River Forecast … more
Mobile Lung CT Coach to visit Cleveland   CHATTANOOGA – CHI Memorial’s mobile lung CT coach will be at CHI Memorial Convenient Care on Wednesday, Feb. 19, from 1 to 6 p.m.   Lung cancer screening is a test to look for signs of lung cancer in otherwise healthy people. The low-dose CT scan shows a 3-D image of your lungs that is clearer and more detailed than regular x-rays, allowing doctors to diagnose lung cancer at its earliest stage, before there are any symptoms. This is when lung cancer is most curable. The whole process takes less than ten minutes and there is no need to do anything special to prepare for the screening. The low-dose CT lung cancer scan has been shown to improve survival by 20 percent according to The National Lung Screening Trial (NLST) by the National Cancer Institute (NCI).    Factors that put you at high risk of developing lung cancer include:  Age 50 or greater, smoking history; family history of cancer; and exposure to cancer causing agents (asbestos, diesel fumes, Radon, coal smoke, soot, etc.).   Private insurance companies cover lung cancer screening for high-risk individuals. Medicare and Medicaid also cover lung cancer screening. Grant funds are available for eligible uninsured and under-insured people to have the low-dose lung CT screening.   If you feel you are at risk, call us at (423) 495-LUNG (5864) to discuss if a lung screening is right for you, or to schedule an appointment.   more
Billy Breeden and the Meigs County Assessor’s office recognized with the 2019 Three Star Certification from the Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers more
The Agee Family will sing on Saturday, 7 p.m., at Hillview Baptist Church. more
Art work from Bradley Central, Cleveland and Walker Valley high schools is on display at the Lee University Art Gallery at Squires Library through Feb. 17. An opening reception will be held today, 5 to 6:30 p.m. ——— more
Air Bounce Cleveland owner Jonnie Shumate was not a happy man Wednesday after a deluge of heavy rain flooded his business for the fourth time in as many years that he has operated the amusement … more
Cleveland Police officers recently responded to an incident involving a hardware store cashier, a counterfeit $100 bill and a bottle of air freshener On Jan. 31, an employee at Elder's Ace … more
The Cowboy Gospel Jubilee is proud to announce the headliner for this Friday at 7 p.m. will be Crystle Elam. East Tennessee's most-loved Southern gospel singer Crystle Elam has filled many a … more
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