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MARY DAVIS is getting in the mood for Halloween with various decorations around her home in these photos. more
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18Sheila Graig, Jordan Donohoo Starnes, John England, Gail Baxter,  Kristy Montgomery, Toby Pendergrass, Brad Mizer, Gage Anderson, Jamie … more
Jessie Mae Wollard Jessie Mae Wollard, 77, of Cleveland, passed away on Oct. 16, 2017. She was born on Jan. 19, 1940, to the late Annie Ethel Yates Cross and Harrison Jacob Cross. She … more
Lela Mae West Lela Mae Blankenship West, 93, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, at an area nursing home. She loved to sing and when she was younger she sang in church and a few local gospel … more
Katelyn WoodsKatelyn Woods, 19, died Sunday, Oct. 14, 2017. Survivors and funeral … more
The Bradley Central girl's soccer team's season has come to a close as the Bearettes battled from behind, but fell to the Cookeville High School Lady Cavaliers 2-1 on Tuesday night in Cookeville."My … more
DAHLONEGA, Ga. — Led by medalist champion Haverly Harrold, the Lee women's golf team fired a final round 290 to cruise to a 19-shot victory at the LeeAnn Noble Memorial Tournament on Tuesday … more
Annie Kate Gibson and the Walker Valley defense formed a brick wall with the season on the line and a chance to get one step closer to the state tournament.The senior Lady Mustang goalkeeper was rock … more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — After scoring two goals in Lee's 1-0-1 road trip to Alabama last weekend, midfielder Jared McWhorter has been named the Gulf South Conference Freshman of the Week the league … more
Thanks to a balanced attack and timely blocks, the Lee volleyball team swept past the Southern Wesleyan Warriors, 3-0 on Tuesday evening in Walker Arena.Double-double machine Silvia Sartori was at it … more
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