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Lake Monroe Lillard, 77, a resident of Etowah, passed away August 12, 2019 Starr Regional Medical Center in Etowah. He was a graduate of Polk County High School and lettered in football. While at POCOHI, he was honored by all of his peers with many class distinctions and awards. He was very well liked and had many friends from Polk County and cherished every relationship that was made. more
The Rev. Don T. "Don" Pemberton, 87, a resident of Cullman, Ala., and formerly of Cleveland, passed away Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 13, 2019, in a Cullman, Ala., healthcare facility. He was born in … more
John William “Pap” Rogers, 85, a member of a prominent pioneer family in Polk County, died on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at the Etowah Health Care Center. John lived a very full life and will be missed by many who have known and loved him. more
Michael R. Stewart, 71, of Hixson, died this morning, Aug. 15, 2019, in a Chattanooga healthcare facility.Survivors and arrangements will be announced later by the Cleveland chapel of Companion … more
If you have unused sports equipment gathering dust in your garage, consider donating it this weekend. more
Louise E. Suits, 86, of Cleveland, died Monday, August 12, 2019 at her home. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and May (Knittle) Suits. more
NASHVILLE (AP) — The Patriots' rookies surprised Titans coach Mike Vrabel at the start of their joint practice by serenading him for his 44th birthday.Vrabel knows who likely instigated the … more
ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Braves survived another near-meltdown by the back end of their bullpen in the ninth after the New York Mets' best reliever gave up five runs in the seventh.Tyler Flowers … more
Memphis has a couple more steps it wants to take in its bid to establish itself as one of the nation's top Group of Five programs.Each of the last two years, Memphis has fallen to Central Florida in … more
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