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James “Jim” H. Robinson, Jr., 81, of Cleveland, passed away Thursday, May 23, 2019. He was employed with Matlock Trailer Corp for 30 years and later with Walmart as the door greeter. Jim was of the Christian faith. He was an avid fisherman, camper and gardener. He was preceded in death by his father, James H. Robinson, Sr. and his mother, Margaret Burney Smith. more
Frances Ruth Sherrill, 76, a resident of Athens, passed away on Thursday afternoon, May 23, 2019, at her home.She was born in Cleveland, on Feb. 9, 1943, a daughter of the late Walter and Mildred … more
James Odie Wise, 80, of Cleveland, passed away Friday, May 24, 2019 in a Chattanooga hospital. He had lived in the Cleveland area most of his life, and he was a member of West Cleveland Baptist Church. He had been employed at the Cleveland Country Club and Colonial Baking Company. He was a Veteran of the U.S. Navy. more
Theresia L. Wyatt, 64, of Cleveland passed away Friday, May 24, 2019 at her home. Theresia was a loving homemaker devoted to her family and grandchildren. She was of the Baptist faith. more
4-H gives young people in Tennessee schools the chance to excel in a competition with a foundation in Tennessee agriculture. One local 4-H'er, Angelina Turner, recently was all smiles as she brought … more
Family Works                                      [May 26, 2019] Speaking on Eating Disorder … more
A local 97-year-old Cleveland woman is using her sewing talents and care for the underserved to make hundreds of articles of clothing she donates to children’s homes at the end of each year. … more
A Walker Valley High School legend has closed the book on his time at “Dub-V.” Joe Bryan, FBLA sponsor, business teacher and “most interesting man in the world” is retiring. The … more
Ocoee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution members Virginia Orr, Joy Harden, Chaplain Jane Rumbaugh, Carolyn Hendrix, Joanne Swafford, Judie Brock, Regent Leigh Ann Boyd, Janice Duff and Mary Nelle Thomason recently attended a joint meeting of chapters at the Athens Courthouse. Ocoee DAR Members attend Joint Meeting Ocoee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution members recently attended a meeting with the Athens and Sweetwater chapters at the courthouse in Athens. Ocoee members attending were Virginia Orr, Joy Harden, Jane Rumbaugh, Carolyn Hendrix, Vice Regent Joanne Swafford, Judie Brock, Regent Leigh Ann Boyd, Janice Duff and Mary Nelle Thomason. The welcome was given by Cherokee District director Teresa Rimer. Chapters attending, in addition to the Ocoee Chapter, were the Alexander Keith, Chestuee and Rhea-Craig. The Hiwassee Chapter Sons of the American Revolution provided the Color Guard. more
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