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Jean Pierce shared this photo of Billy W. Pierce on his 50th birthday. more
Amy Lee, 5, is shown in this 1986 photo. Photo courtesy of Crystal Lee. more
Luther and Pauline Johnson are shown with daughter, Bettie Johnson Marlowe, 6, in 1942 at Wilmington, Del. Photo courtesy of Bettie Marlowe. more
The Pippenger family is shown in this 1960 photo. Included are Dean Pippenger, Evelyn Lee, Johnny Pippenger, John Hoyt Pippenger Jr., Louise Pippenger, Neal Pippenger and Kenneth Pippenger. Photo courtesy of Wilma Jean Pippenger. more
This photo taken at Kresge’s during Old Fashion Day include Peggy Shaw Dale, who is shown on left. Photo courtesy of Peggy Dale. more
J.T. and Shirley Shadden are shown in 1980. Photo courtesy of Shirley Shadden. more
The Benton Elementary School Junior Beta Club traveled to the Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Nov. 19 through 21, 2017, to attend to the Tennessee Junior Beta Club convention. While there, they earned … more
The Bradley County Historical and Genealogical Society will sponsor a presentation and book signing today, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., by award-winning author and historian Dr. Gail Palmer. Dr. Palmer will discuss her newest book, “Cemeteries of the Smokies,” a guide to the known cemeteries and monuments of the Smoky Mountains and their lasting historical importance. This program is open to the public and will be held at the History Branch & Archives located at 833 N. Ocoee St. more
Dr. Gail Palmer is unveiling her newest book, “Cemeteries of the Smokies,” at the History Branch and Archives of the Cleveland Bradley County Library on Sunday. She hopes the book will be a big help for those involved in historical and genealogical pursuits. more
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