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They want to be known as one of the “sweetest places to live,” and would present new residents and visitors with little jars of honey as a way of promoting that claim. Now, they will be able to … more
Polk County 4-H members won several awards at the recent Sub Region Project Achievement competition in which 13 Polk County 4-H members competed Rhea County. Qualifying 4-H members from eight … more
The Ocoee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution held its May meeting recently at the Elks Lodge.The National Defense Message for May focused on Military Appreciation Month, which raises … more
Racing for a Cure was the theme of this year’s Relay for Life, and when the final lap was run — or actually walked — Saturday night, the event had raised tens of thousands of dollars to help … more
Dear Annie: I have been with my boyfriend "Scott" for almost 11 years. We have been together since high school. We had a baby when we were young, and I've worked since I was of legal age to do so, … more
Dear Heloise: I recently moved into an apartment that had been vacant for several months. The one bathroom that I am not using has a tub that had a bunch of little fruit flies, and later, small … more
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The statewide artists’ organization Tennessee Watercolor Society is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its first exhibition in Chattanooga by staging its 2022 Juried Biennial Exhibition at the … more
Many men and women who are residents at Bradley Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center have reached the age of 65 — the same age the facility just reached.Founded in 1957, the facility first known as … more
It seemed natural that the keynote speaker at the Tennessee Christian Preparatory School graduation Saturday would quote from the Bible. However, to use the story of David and Goliath might not have … more
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