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School begins in Cleveland and Bradley County this week, and many youngsters will be better prepared after three local events provided them with supplies, including backpacks.On Aug. 3, the Peerless … more
The Caring Place for 20-plus years has served the community and soon will do it with expanded programs at a new location.The new site, which will be called The Caring Place Care Center, will be … more
The annual Shoes for Orphan Souls collection drive is underway. Local lead coordinator Bobbie Reagan said the boxes and signs would be up starting over the just-passed weekend. Shoes for Orphan … more
After reaching more than 3,500 students through its programs, Junior Achievement of the Ocoee Region is shooting to increase to 5,000 this coming year.The organization recently held its annual … more
Bill Asseye Gawu Kodjovi and Afi Elom Gawu of Cleveland announce the birth of their son on July 13, 2022, at Tennova Healthcare – Cleveland. He weighed 10 pounds and was 22 inches long. He is … more
Dear Annie: I've been with my girlfriend for seven years and lived with her for four. She wants to get married and have kids. For the past three years, I've promised to propose every six months, but … more
Dear Heloise: You recently had a letter about dealing with inflation from Harriet S. Your answer was correct. I would like to say, I try to shop by only buying things on sale ⏤ all the time, not … more
She has been dancing since she was 5 years old, and it has become her greatest passion. That talent helped Miss Scenic City, Maggie Haimelin, become the 2023 Tennessee Distinguished Young Woman late … more
Lori Michele Blevins and Walter Tyson Paul, both of Canton, Georgia, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mike and Donna Oliverio of Rock Springs, … more
A birthday party for Ina Kagel was held Monday for her 100th birthday at Garden Plaza, and those attending were advised a fire drill might occur during the celebration.Kagel smiled as she said since … more
Many men and women in local nursing homes can be taken back to their younger years when they hear music they grew up with ⏤ one of the goals of the Roarin’ 50s Group.Joyce Moser is a member of … more
SUNDAY | July 17 Virtual STEAM Challenge Science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics challenge at 1:30 p.m. on Facebook Live. Explanation of the ideas behind the challenge on Thursday … more
Dear Annie: Not long ago, my fiance and I got together with one of his good friends and his new girlfriend. We will call them "Bob" and "Jane." We were all dining and in the middle of a conversation … more
Dear Heloise: For those of us who deal with multiple bottles of pills each day, I've found a couple of things that work for me. First, I made myself a cheat sheet grouping names of meds by time of … more
Zoey Harris, 3, of Cleveland, was one of many who enjoyed the fireworks display July 4 at Bradley Square Mall. more
Every night, Leslie Bennett takes her cellphone and writes down her thoughts — about the day, about life in general, about her relationship with God, and about her family. With some prodding by … more
The Meigs County Amateur Radio Club took part in the 89th Annual American Radio Relay League's Field Day Emergency Communications Exercise. The event is held the last full weekend of June and is … more
Polk County 4-H members gathered at Camp McCroy June 13-16 for the annual 4-H summer camp.It was the first overnight camp since the start of the COVID era and the largest with more than 75 4-H … more
Hundreds of people enjoy the Fourth of July fireworks display at Bradley Square Mall, a tradition that has been going on for years, but there are also several other regional holiday celebrations, … more
The Fourth of July 4 is always a time for celebration — family picnics, patriotic parades, spending time at the lake — but it is also a time when caution is stressed when fireworks are at any of … more
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