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Local Civil War history re-enacted at Fort Hill
Church bells tolled a resonant tune as the sun cast long shadows on graves of Cleveland’s past, a past reanimated by Sunday’s Fort Hill Cemetery Lantern Walking Tour. Intrigued tourists gathered in...
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Commission is forum for resident input
Blake, Hall, Winters and Yarber give Rawls reminder
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Lottery Numbers
NASHVILLE (AP) — These lotteries were drawn Sunday: Tennessee Cash 3 Evening: 8-9-9, Lucky Sum: 26 Cash 4 Evening: 0-5-5-7, Lucky Sum: 17 Mega Millions Estimated jackpot: $252 million Powerball Est...
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It’s A Special Day For...
Michelle Choate, Whitney Cannon, Jeff Rentfro and Connie Morrow, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Sheila Voyle, who is celebrating her 33rd birthday today.
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Anonymous donor gifts CHS cheerleading squad
For the first time in five years, the cheerleaders at Cleveland High School are wearing new uniforms. Cheerleading coach Melissa Barnett has announced that an anonymous donation from an alumnus all...
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Reliving the Eastern Band
Approximately 16,000 Cherokee were forced to leave their homes and march west as part of the Trail of Tears from 1838 into 1839. An exhibit at Red Clay State Historic Park in late 2013 attempted to...
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Alcatraz Fitness ribbon cutting

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SunTrust gives Starfish program $2,500
Bradley Initiative for Church and Community recently received a $2,500 grant from the SunTrust Bank Foundation for its Starfish Program. Executive Director Brenda Hughes said the foundation has bee...
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‘Sam Houston’ presentation set for Removal Memorial Park
“Sam Houston,” portrayed by Troy Wayne Poteete, Supreme Court justice of the Cherokee Nation, will be presented on Nov. 9 at 2 p.m. The presentation will be held at the Cherokee Removal Memorial Pa...
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Painting pumpkins

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Character Walk set as food drive for Meigs needy
The Meigs County-Decatur Public Library is partnering with the Meigs County Ministries Food Pantry to organize a communitywide food drive for Meigs Ministries, a local nonprofit food bank and food ...
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Your Best Shot 10-26
Recent photos — within the last year — may be submitted for Your Best Shot by emailing gwen.swiger@clevelandbanner.com, mailing good quality photos to Your Best Shot, P.O. Box 3600, Cleveland, TN 3...
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Coin show set for Nov. 7-9 at Camp Jordan
The Tennessee State Numismatic Society will have its Fall Coin Show Nov. 7 through 9 at Camp Jordan Arena in Chattanooga. The Chattanooga Coin Club and Chief John Ross Coin Club will host the event...
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Sac Pac delivers more than 500 bags to students weekly
The Caring Place’s Sac Pac program delivers 566 bags of food a week to children at risk of hunger over the weekend. Sac Pac coordinator Lee Ann Lowe spoke about the program to the Kiwanis Club of C...
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Mainstreet Cruise-In

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