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Surviving a life-changing fall: Accident that nearly brought death brought new life to local hunter
Wildlife hunter Mike Crittenden was falling head-first out of a tall tree to the ground below, and nothing could save him. The devastating fall rendered him a quadriplegic. But Crittenden insists t...
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Machelle McCulley designs beauty line
Local makeup artist creates ‘VindiMa Girl’
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Jack Clark: Playing songs in the key of life
His first public performance on the piano came at age 8 during a Sunday night service at Shady Springs Community Church.
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Romantic comedy on DVD stars local actor Joshua Wade
An exciting new romantic comedy, “Farm Girl in New York,” co-starring former Cleveland resident Joshua Wade Miller, was released nationwide just in time for Valentine’s Day. The acclaimed independe...
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Todd Burns makes good as Hollywood composer
His award-winning music has been heard on TV for more than a decade, but before composer Todd Burns brought music to the ears of Hollywood, he honed his skills at the Lee University School of Music...
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Robert Green: Taking ministry to school campus
“To change lives” is why self-proclaimed “kingdom player” Robert Green has committed to being the Ocoee Region area director for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA).
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Local author to share WWII memoirs with public
Dr. Charles G. Hawkins, the Cleveland resident who wrote “Borrowed Shoes,” a book about his efforts to understand the homeless by becoming homeless himself, has decided to write another eye-opening...
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Backyard blessings: A walk on the wild side
“There are some who can live without wild things, and some who cannot,” wrote Aldo Leopold in the 1949 foreword of “A Sand County Almanac.”
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Making a difference
PCL: ‘Inspiring hope ... Empowering potential’
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Young volunteer impacting lives in her community
There are many reasons to volunteer: For fun, to give something back to the community, for school, for experience, to explore, to meet new people, to learn something new or just because it feels good.
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