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Cheryl Dunson excited about the potential turnout for an upcoming community event ... Allen Mincey dropping by to deliver some cute photos of pets and the blessings they give and receive. more
2019 INDIVIDUAL PREP RUSHING Player Runs Ave. TDs Yds Tetoe Boyd (C) 158 6.1 7 958 Javin Burke (BC) 64 8.1 7 518 Kole Hall (WV) 76 6.8 9 516 Ricky McCleary (BC) 87 5.8 7 … more
Plans for the long-awaited groundbreaking of the state-of-the-art Bradley County Tennessee State Veterans Home are slowly coming into place, Commissioner of Veterans Services Courtney Rogers told the … more
UT ARBORETUM SOCIETY OFFERS THIRD SATURDAY HIKE ON AUGUST 17 The UT Arboretum Society’s Third Saturday Hike for August will be held Aug. 17 at the UT Arboretum. A mid-summer hike is a great … more
The Rev. Edward Robinson assumed the leadership of  Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church in East Cleveland 40 years ago (1979), after completing seminary in Nashville, and ministering to two … more
For the seventh consecutive year, First Citizens National Bank has been named one of the Best Banks to Work For. FirstCNB currently ranks eighth overall for banks across the entire United States and … more
They say that blessings come in disguise. If so, my blessings are poorly disguised. They show up wearing false noses and funny eyeglasses and are instantly recognizable unless I am being … more
• Autumn Children’s Festival:Saturday, Oct. 5, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 6, 1-5 p.m.The Chattanooga Ronald McDonald House is celebrating 30 years of hosting an annual Autumn Children’s … more
The upper fringe of poverty has been prevalent for a length of time in Polk County, according to County Executive Robby Hatcher and Director of Schools Dr. James Jones.Economic struggles of … more
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