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Dear Annie: Growing up, my parents were alcoholics who got sober when I was 10 years old. Since then, my father has become very preachy about not drinking. I am now 29, and in recent years, my father has become a little less preachy. But at first, he assumed anyone who drank was also an alcoholic. It isolated my siblings from pretty much all of our extended family, all who casually drink. more
Dear Heloise: As a child, I watched all of the effort, and egg whites, that it took my mom to make her beautiful angel food cake. more
It wasn’t planned, but the Bradley County Courthouse basement garage was a perfect location for Spirits, Legends and Lore Tuesday evening.It was also a dry location that was secured prior to the … more
Five Cleveland women decided to celebrate a birthday on a “girls trip” to New York City, and planned the entire trip out — but little did they know it would become more than just a visit to the Big Apple. more
THIS WEEK IN HISTORY OCTOBER 1950 COUNTY’S POOR FARM UNTOUCHED; COMMISSIONERS DUE NEW WARNING Informed today by The Daily Banner, which yesterday made a survey of the institution, that no … more
Setting goals and reaching them, as a means to improve their lives, is the objective of The Caring Place’s Getting Ahead program, and a dozen women graduated through that program this past week … more
The Vienna Boys Choir will continue Lee University’s 2022-23 Presidential Concert Series at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27,  in Pangle Hall. Founded in Austria almost 100 years ago, the … more
Dear Heloise: I am a big fan of the column that was written by your mother. I wanted to share a handyman hint for the readers regarding when a light bulb gets separated from its metal threaded … more
Dear Annie: My younger brother and sister are twins, and they just turned 17. I am writing to you because they have three kittens but leave all the care and feeding of them to our father, who is 66. … more
With Halloween lurking just around the corner, Cleveland’s 35th annual downtown Halloween Block Party has been set for 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31. Sharon Marr, executive director of MainStreet … more
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and three local cancer survivors recently told the Cleveland Daily Banner early detection was important for them in getting the help they needed.“I am not … more
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Dear Annie: I feel really bad for my mother who, in her early 70s, just seems to be bored with life. She's not in the greatest of health, as she has emphysema and COPD, which require her to use … more
The "Mambo Under The Stars" event at the Museum & Cultural Center at 5ive Points found Clevelanders sidestepping and twirling as the day transitioned into night on Thursday, Oct. 13.My wife, … more
Dear Heloise: I am an old granddad (I prefer that to "grandpa"), and I spent many, many years reading your mom's column. I was thrilled when you took over. You're almost like family to me. I have … more
Dear Heloise: My dryer is 22 years old. When I put clothes in the dryer, I first check to be sure the filter is clean. When I take my dried clothes out, the first thing I do is empty the filter. This … more
Dear Annie: Should we just let this go? My wife and I were invited to my only sibling's son's wedding in August. We didn't attend. For background: My only sister and I have lived our entire lives … more
Dear Heloise: My shredder once broke in the middle of a job. But, a tip came from a friend, and now I use it all the time.I fill a large household bucket with warm water, about half-full to … more
Many may remember 4-H from elementary school, and some even as they moved into high school, but now have no idea if the organization even still exists.In Bradley County, 4-H is alive and well, and is … more
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