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I woke up yesterday morning feeling about as tired as I did when I went to bed the night before.The same thing happened most days over the past week.My mind has been in a whirlwind lately with a … more
The Walker Valley-Polk County baseball game originally scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Monday has been moved to 5:30. The junior varsity game between the Mustangs and Wildcats will begin at 3:30. more
Kaylyn Dillon and Emma Hill scored four goals each, helping the Lee lacrosse team made quick work of NYACK College with an 18-8 Thursday afternoon on a chilly South Quad Field.The two teams dodged a … more
ORLANDO, Fla. — The Lee Flames tennis teams completed their spring break trip with a pair of wins Thursday at the USTA National Campus. The Flames recorded a 9-0 shutout of Cedarville University … more
Congratulations to Bradley Central senior Rhyne Howard for being named the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The Kentucky signee won the Miss Tennessee Basketball award earlier this week … more
Friday, March 9BASEBALLCleveland State at Motlow State, 2BASKETBALLNCAA D2 Women'sNational TournamentSouth Regionalat JacksonNo. 6 Lee University vs. No. 3 North Alabama, 1No. 2 Florida Southern vs. … more
CLAUDETTE FOX shared this photo of a Japanese magnolia bloom more
Kelly Wells shared this photo of daffodil blooms in a farm setting. more
CATHY HAMMONTREE shared this photo. more
Bradley Central cruised to the Blue Cross Blue Shield  Class AAA State Tournament semifinals with a 56-27 victory over Daniel Boone Wednesday.The undefeated and nationally ranked Bearettes … more
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