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Author Rick Bragg is week’s ‘hot pick’
This week’s “hot pick” is author Rick Bragg, the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for his book “All Over but the Shoutin’,” along with more than 50 other significant writing awards. True to his Souther...
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Cravens House Christmas program set for Dec. 5, 6
Chattanooga — Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park invites the public to attend a Christmas open house at the Cravens House, located on Lookout Mountain. The Cravens House will be dec...
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SAR chapter holds auction, announces new officers
On Nov. 13, the Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution held its monthly meeting at the Elks Club. President Dave Whaley called the meeting to order. The Rev. Sam Mel...
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Buy a Tree to help benefit PCL Cambodia programs
People for Care and Learning hopes to become a part of local Christmas traditions with its second annual “Buy a Tree. Change a Life” Christmas tree sale, which is set to open Thanksgiving Day. Abby...
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Life Bridges names home after Peggy Pesterfield
A Life Bridges home on Wolf Drive has been named Pesterfield House in honor of Peggy Pesterfield, a member of the Life Bridges board of directors. The house was named in her honor for her 10 years ...
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Cleveland Elks Lodge

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Koger, Calfee and Highshoe win ‘Dig Deeper’ poster contest
The Bradley County Soil Conservation and the UT Extension office held a poster contest titled “Dig Deeper: Mysteries in the Soil.” The contest was provided to the county school's fifth-grade studen...
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Building permits in city are up during October
Building permits increased in October for the city of Cleveland. Twenty-eight permits were approved compared to 22 in September. Fees from these permits brought in $4,000 more in revenue to the cit...
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CSA senior citizens banquet set, donations are sought
The annual Bradley/Cleveland Community Service Agency Senior Citizens Christmas Banquet will be held on Friday, Dec. 19, at Bradley Central High School. The Christmas banquet begins at 5 p.m. The p...
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Scottish Rite

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H.O.P.E Center receives grant
The H.O.P.E. Center Inc. Cleveland Children’s Advocacy Center, has received funding from the National Association of VOCA Assistance Administrators through a grant from the Office for Victims of Cr...
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Memorial gift given Holston UM Home for Children to complete board room
“In this room, decisions will be made and the lives of children will be shaped,” said the Rev. Carol Wilson, executive assistant to the bishop, during the consecration of the board/training room at...
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5K Jingle Bell Jog

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Junior Master Gardeners turn over a new leaf
Six Bradley County juveniles celebrated the “turning of a new leaf” by graduating from the fourth class of the Junior Master Gardener program Tuesday. “Our hope is they benefit from the experience,...
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Food for United Way partners: Southern Heritage Bank has successful food drive
For the 16th year, Southern Heritage Bank held a successful food drive to help several United Way of Bradley County partners. Once again, thousands of pounds of nonperishable food items were donate...
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