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ALICE COOPER dresses in suits and jackets that contrast to the macabre setting of his concerts. He continually changed his signature top hats and black pants throughout his "Paranormal Evening" tour in Chattanooga, and the outfits at times were substituted for costumes of blood-stained doctor's clothing.

From Bearettes memorable season concludes   |   10/17/18

From Bearettes memorable season concludes   |   10/17/18

From Bearettes memorable season concludes   |   10/17/18

Banner photo, PATRICK MacCOOn

BEARETTE JUNIOR attacker Reagan Harrold strikes a shot at the net during a Tuesday night region semifinal match at Cookeville High Schoo.

From Bearettes memorable season concludes   |   10/17/18

Banner photo, PATRICK MacCOON

BRADLEY CENTRAL senior Wendy Mendez shows all-out effort battling for a ball against Cookeville. The Bearettes lost 3-1 in the Region 3-AAA semifinal match at CHS Tuesday night.

From Bearettes memorable season concludes   |   10/17/18

Banner photo, AUTUMN HUGHES

THE WESTSIDE AND OAK GROVE Ruritan Clubs have joined forces to sponsor a pancake breakfast for the Y-CAP program. The pancake breakfast will be Saturday, Oct. 20, from 8 to 10 a.m. at Jenkins Deli, 2390 Spring Creek Blvd. The cost is $5 per person. All proceeds will go to the Cleveland Family YMCA's Community Action Project, or Y-CAP, an organization that specializes in helping at-risk youth. Tickets are available from both clubs' members, Smalley's Shoe Repair, and at the door on the day of the breakfast. From left are Westside Ruritan Director W.W. Johnson, Westside Ruritan Treasurer Joyce Johnson, Oak Grove Ruritan Vice President Barbara Trentham, and Oak Grove Ruritan Secretary James Dobbs.

Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

THE PRESIDENT of Cleveland State Community College, Dr. Bill Seymour, left, shakes hands with MTSU President Dr. Sidney McPhee. The two institutions signed two articulation agreements Tuesday.

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ATLANTA FALCONS kicker Matt Bryant (3) boots a 57-yard field goal against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the final minutes of the fourth quarter Sunday, in Atlanta.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

CATHERINE TURKETT, mother of Ola Akanle, accepts a $18,450 donation on behalf of her son, a former Bachman Academy student. He is currently attending a similar school in Boston. From left are board members Jeff Gregory, Ken Weller, director Mark Frizzell, Catherine Turkett and board members Mike Sikes and Jimmy Dupree.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

SPIRITHORSE Therapeutic Riding at Black Fox representatives receive a $3,000 donation from Bachman Academy. From left are board members Jeff Gregory, Ken Weller, director Mark Frizzell, SpiritHorse representatives Emily Shelton, Darlene Poteet and Steve Poteet and board members Mike Sikes and Jimmy Dupree.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

CLEVELAND NAZARENE CHURCH members Donna Cansler, Michele Adkins and Janet Bandy accept a $2,830 donation from the Bachman Foundation. From left are board members Jeff Gregory, Ken Weller, director Mark Frizzell, Donna Cansler, Michele Adkins, Janet Bandy and board members Mike Sikes and Jimmy Dupree.

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