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The Rev. Donald T. "Don" Pemberton, 87, a resident of Cullman, Ala., and formerly of Cleveland, passed away on Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 13, 2019, in a Cullman, Ala., healthcare facility. 

As the the late ESPN sportscaster and anchor, Stuart Scott, used to say, “Just call 'em butter, 'cause they're on a roll.”That's the best way to describe the Lady Raiders volleyball team in the … more
I have a habit of saying, “That’s the craziest thing I’ve ever heard,” or, “That’s the craziest thing I’ve ever seen.”I catch myself doing it all the time.We all have our verbal … more
Veterans from the Cleveland and Bradley County region are being called on to help fellow veterans.Tenth District Criminal Court Judge Sandra Donaghy is progressing rapidly with the formation of a … more
The Ocoee Region Beekeepers Association  will meet  Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 7 p.m. at the Benton Municipal Building, 6496 Hwy. 411 Benton. This will be a plant and seed exchange … more
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. — The Lee men's golf team saved its best golf for the back nine in Tuesday's final round of the Kiawah Island Invitational. The Flames catapulted up the leaderboard and finished tied for third in the 18-team field. more
KNOXVILLEc(AP) — Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt isn't saying which of his quarterbacks will earn the start Saturday when the Volunteers host No. 3 Georgia.Pruitt said last week that he was giving … more
James Kenneth “Ken” Cox, 72, husband of Alice Croft Cox, passed away on Monday, Oct. 7, 2019, in Calhoun Falls. more
In-Town Gallery plans 45th Holiday Show The seasons are changing and so is the artwork! In-Town Gallery’s 45th Holiday Show is an all-member event as over 30 fine artists and artisans — painters, photographers, jewelers, potters, fabric artists, sculptors and woodworkers — present their latest work. more
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