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Residential recovery program has 48 open beds for addicted men and women more
In-Town Gallery theme for April: ‘Spring Awakening’ April holds the promise of “awakening” for so many reasons, and the artists of In-Town Gallery are celebrating the new season by featuring the Gilded Botanicals of Judy Jones. Although Jones obtained a degree in fine arts in 1973, it is only in the past few years that she has taken her artistic instincts in a new direction — bas relief sculpture. Practiced since ancient times, bas relief sculpture is artwork in which the figures project from a flat background (such as wood or plaster) through carving or casting. more
The Cherokee Hiking Club will have its regular monthly dinner business meeting on Thursday, 6 p.m., at the Western Sizzlin at 1804 Decatur Pike in Athens. The business meeting will review past hikes … more
Nancy Hines Pendergrass and Lewis Jones, who are celebrating birthdays today ... James A. Cass, who is celebrating his 80th birthday today ... Eli Dykes, who celebrated a birthday on Tuesday … more
Sheriff’s Column Don’t litter your PPE May 4, 2021 As the vaccine for COVID-19 continues to be rolled out and mask mandates in neighboring communities eventually come to an end, I would like … more
Polk County 4-H speak out at public speaking contest more
Leaders across the country are taking part in an annual nationwide bipartisan initiative to highlight the impact of national service in tackling local problems. more
Cleveland State plans Cougar Days more
After 18 years with the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, and several job titles and duties, Sherry Crye is holding back tears as she retires from a place she has called home and a group who has … more
The “Sousasquad” in Cleveland High School’s Blue Raider Band needs new sousaphones. “We are trying to raise the money to purchase the new sousaphones, which are marching tubas,” explained Jim Burton, band instructor. more
FROM KING FEATURES SYNDICATE, 300 W. 57TH STREET, 41ST FLOOR, NEW YORK, NY 10019 more
Dear Readers: I wish you all an enjoyable Easter and Passover. Here's to a spring season filled with new beginnings and lots of hope, happiness and joy. Thank you so much for the joy you bring me … more
Dear Rusty: My husband is 76, retired for 4 years, and receiving Social Security. I am only 59 and still working. We are both in good health and I’d like to think we still have many years to … more
LIBRARY CORNER March 28 – April 3 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 Pickup and 5-Phase Reopening Plan.   SUNDAY | April 4   CLOSED – Easter Sunday   The library will be closed today for the religious observance of Western Easter. Library materials will not accrue late fees for this day. We will reopen on Monday, April 5, with our normal hours.   MONDAY | April 5   Monday Wiggles   Baby story time for ages 2 and under with stories, finger play and other activities to be tried at home with your babies. Join us on Facebook Live at 3:30 p.m.   Teen Advisory Group   We’ll be planning upcoming library events, crafts, and activities. For ages 13-17 from 5 to 6 p.m. on the Teen Zone Discord Server. Please email teenzone@clevelandlibrary.org for access. Monday Night LIVE & Project Pack Pick-Up Join us for a fun time with stories, family challenges, crafts, and more on Facebook LIVE at 7 p.m. We will also be passing out project packs for all of this week’s programs starting at 7:30 p.m. on the 8th Street Loading Dock. Thank you for remembering to observe social distancing.   TUESDAY | April 6   Story Time with Dewey   Lively story time for ages 3 to 5 years, with crafts, music and stories. Join us on Facebook Live at 10:30 a.m. on the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library page...with special guest Dewey the Library Dragon.   Dramatic Readings   If you're an adult who misses being read to, then join us on Facebook Live at 3 p.m. for dramatic renditions of selected short stories, essays, and poetry Please note that readings may include adult themes and language.   Teen Gaming   Teens 13-17 can join us for a gaming session on Jackbox through Discord at 5 p.m. on Tuesdays Please email teenzone@clevelandlibrary.org for access to the Discord server. more
CANDICE CHAMPION of UScellular awards first place to Deanna Dalton (far left), and third-place winner, Lillian Moore (middle), while visiting the Monroe TEEN Center. more
The Harry S. Truman Club of Bradley County made a $1,000 donation to Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church's Sack Pack program. The donation was made in honor of Pat Hicks, a longtime member … more
For those who have or are going through Parkinson’s Disease, or have family members dealing with this, mobility is one of the prevalent issues. The Cleveland Family YMCA has a program to help those … more
Two junior first responders recently rescued a missing Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway duck sculpture after discovering it stuck in shallow water in Birchwood.The sharp-eyed brothers — Eli … more
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