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The snack bar at Falcon Pointe Golf Club has the tastiest burgers in town.That’s what Gary and Rhonda Davis, who are running the former Waterville Golf Club — recently rechristened as Falcon … more
In an evening of sobering statistics and inspirational information, leaders at New Hope Pregnancy Care Center shared their vision for the future, and offered the opportunity to help build “One … more
Ocoee Chapter DAR meets The Ocoee Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution held its May meeting recently at the Elks Lodge. Regent Leigh Ann Boyd presided and led members in the Ritual. Chaplain Virginia Orr led the prayer, and Katy Tippens led the singing of the national anthem. Boyd read President General Denise Doring VanBuren’s message to the Daughters. National Defense Chairman Sarah Dorset spoke about Nathaneal Greene as part of her continuing series on Patriots of the American Revolution. General Nathanael Greene was a well-respected and faithful servant of the Continental Army. more
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Jody Elrod, center, poses with, from left, Anna White, physical therapist assistant; Tess Barnfield, occupational therapist; and Eileen Nudd, occupational therapy assistant. more
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THIS WEEK IN HISTORY – 1921 more
Dear Rusty: My husband turns 65 later this month. He has started having health issues — so much so that we are thinking about talking to his doctor about Social Security Disability. How would … more
  The Lee University School of Music will present its 16th annual International Piano Festival, taking place Thursday, May 27, through Sunday, May 30. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this … more
LIBRARY CORNER May 23 – May 29 The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library has entered Phase 4.5 of our 5-Phase Reopening Plan. more
‘Birds — Gouldian Finch’ was Aldersgate Garden Club topic The Aldersgate Garden Club held its April meeting via Zoom. more
Charleston has a rich history, including being a significant point in the Trail of Tears, but some of its extraordinary aspects are not well known, even to those who have resided in Bradley County … more
Former Cleveland Middle School math teacher Ingrid Ann Pole Hutchinson has recently published, “Shades of Purple.” The 92-page book focuses on “a life brimming with purpose and destiny” with each decade of her life illustrated by a shade of purple and a nugget of inspiration. more
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DEAR ANNIE(R) BY ANNIE LANE RELEASE DATE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 2021 Trying to Beat Addiction more
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