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Cleveland Utilities safety manager Nathan Vann reports the utility has improved in every Occupational Safety & Health Administration safety category from the previous year.His remarks were made … more
In arguably the most newsworthy week since the January opening of the 111th General Assembly, state lawmakers advanced legislation governing oversight boards, block grants for health care, mental … more
State Rep. Dan Howell (R-Georgetown) has been selected to shepherd much-debated legislation that Gov. Bill Lee says will support the work of caregivers of Tennessee residents who face intellectual or … more
JENNIFER HARDISON titled these photos “Rainy Day Birds.” The titmouse is sitting on a dogwood tree. The mourning dove is on the same tree. more
KELLY WELLS, an assistant teacher at Black Fox Elementary, titled this photo “After the Rain.” more
The return of the sun let Helen Burton discover what was growing in her yard. She noted, “The deep pink blooms are called Lenten rose. The small shrub is full of blooms, but they all ‘hang their … more
Weichert, Realtors-SEM Associates has announced that Kelly Ann Digby has joined their Cleveland office.Digby joins a dedicated team of knowledgeable agents, who bring many years of combined real … more
Copper Basin, and the surrounding communities, will celebrate the opening of the new Riverwalk Shops with a ribbon-cutting on Saturday, March 23, 2019, at 1 p.m.Reconstruction of this regional … more
First Citizens National Bank was established in 1889, and for 130 years, communities have depended on its strength and stability. Today, the friendly faces at First Citizens National Bank still help … more
Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announces that Dylan Humble is now associated with Crye-Leike’s Cleveland branch office as a licensed Realtor.Humble specializes in residential, first-time … more
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