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   This summer, Lee University will hold a wide variety of summer camps in which community youth can participate.  Specific information for each camp, handled by individual … more
The Chattanooga Zoo is an ideal place for family fun, summer camps and birthday parties. There’s also lot of cool animals to see, including giraffes, chimpanzees, giant anteaters, komodo … more
Summer is just around the corner, and Cleveland State Community College recently announced its annual STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) Camp schedule. This summer’s … more
THIS WEEK IN HISTORY – 1957 The following items were compiled by the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library from old issues of the Cleveland Daily Banner and its forerunners — the Cleveland Banner, the Journal and the Journal and Banner. more
Article #1 U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett Master Sgt. Don Wilson, assists members of the Tennessee Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, from left, Doug Dickerson, Jerry Hjellum and Cliff Kent, s they fold the flag during a flag retreat ceremony held to mark the end of Extremism Stand Down exercises April 6 at Arnold Air Force Base. more
“GREATER TUNA” cast and director show off their comedy style. From left are Will Jayroe, Drew Nelson, Jim Veenstra (director), Chandler Overstreet and Jeff Guentensberger.  Ocoee Theatre selects cast for ‘Greater Tuna.’ more
Dear Rusty: I am 62 and have been a homemaker for much of my adult life. I have a small Social Security account from working years ago. My husband is older, has been the major wage earner and … more
LIBRARY CORNER April 25 – May 1 The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library has entered Phase 4.5 of our 5-Phase Reopening Plan. Face coverings are required to enter the library, and reservations may be required depending on the time of day that you plan to visit. To make a reservation for computer use, please call the Non-Fiction Desk at 423-472-2163, ext. 126. For all other reservations, please call the administrative assistant at 423-472-2163, ext. 110. For more information, please see the sections titled CURBSIDE PICK-UP and 5-PHASE REOPENING PLAN.   SUNDAY | April 25   Quaran-STEAM - THE EXPERIMENT - with Mr. Mike more
  Lee University’s Students for Life club recently held a fundraiser to raise money for New Hope Pregnancy Center in Cleveland. The club sold Choo Choo Kettle Corn for $5 per bag around … more
1776. The year that the United States claimed its independence from Britain. A date that everyone remembers. 1796. A date that many may not remember as vividly, but in the State of Tennessee, a … more
Betty Powell, who is 88, flips houses. She finds houses in need of some tender loving care and turns them into comfortable places for families to live. more
“Volunteers are love in motion!” – Author UnknownApril 18 through April 24 is National Volunteer Appreciate Week, and no more evident is that volunteer spirit than in Tennessee, and here in … more
Dear Annie: I have never written anything like this before, but I'm beside myself with anger and sadness. My boyfriend of 16 years is leaving me because his two grown children from his marriage do … more
ALPHA THETA chapter recently made a donation to Isaiah 117 House. Isaiah 117 House was the chapter’s altruistic project for April. They donated books, bags nd blankets. From left are Jennifer Bennette, LFMS; Brette Schroll, TNCA; and Renee Curry, director of Isaiah 117 House. The altruistic committee includes Jill McGuire, chairman; Vivian McCormack, Adelia Hall, Angela Gardener. Stephanie England was the speaker for the April Alpha Theta chapter meeting. A teacher, England started a clothing business called Beautiful Blessings Boutique through Facebook. She brought some examples to show and explained her boutique caters to teachers with comfortable, fashionable and inexpensive clothing. She ended her talk with a special door prize. From left are England, and Kelly DeLaLuz, Alpha Theta chapter president. more
From left Fredricka Lawson presents new Magnolia Club officers Joelle Cavitt (secretary), Carla Cloud (vice president) and Beth Cunningham (president). more
The 2021 Polk County Ramp Tramp Festival will be Friday, 10 a.m. to 32 p.m., at the Polk County 4-H Camp (Camp McCroy located at 1058 Hwy 30 in Reliance).  The Ramp Tramp Festival will celebrate its 63rd year in 2021. This event will feature the traditional Ramp Meal which includes, Ramps in Eggs, white beans, cornbread, fried potatoes, and streaked meat bacon for take-out only.  The meal which includes drink and desert will be available for a $10 charge until sold out.  Along with the meal, bagged ramps (Approx. 1 lb.) will be available for sale for $15 per bag until they are sold out.  Meal preparation and packaging will follow Health Department guidelines under the Tennessee Pledge. Due to the covid-19 pandemic all musical entertainment and craft vending has been canceled. Participants are asked to practice social distancing and ware face mask while picking up their meal. more
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Noah's Ark. Built in 2448 B.C. Gopher wood pitched within and without. Length, 300 cubits; width, 50 cubits; height, 30 cubits. Three decks. Cattle carrier. Owner: Noah and Sons. Last reported … more
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