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CALHOUN — Bowater Credit Union Member Stephanie McGreevy has won a $1,000 Pay It Forward prize for her favorite nonprofit doing good in our area, Women At The Well (WATW). more
Dear Readers: If your cat is a bit chubby, that is not a good thing. Any extra fat that your cat has could cause aching joints, diabetes or liver problems. But how do you really know if your cat is … more
Tailored Travels offers wide variety of travel services A full-service travel agency, Tailored Travel has been a part of the community since 2015. It offers all types of travel services — both domestic and worldwide. more
  Lee University is pleased to welcome pianist Fabio Bidini to campus for the second installment of the Presidential Concert Series. Bidini will return with the Los Angeles Piano Trio on … more
Cleveland High School Theater will present its fall play production of “The Fall of the House of Usher.”  In this classic tale of the horrible and grotesque, Poe wrote of disease, the … more
The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library has entered Phase 4.5 of our 5-Phase Reopening Plan. Face coverings are requested but no longer required to enter the library. Reservations may be required depending on the time of day and location 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 contact the Administrative Assistant at 423-472-2163, ext. 110.   MONDAY | September 27   Monday Wiggles more
Aldersgate Garden Club learns about ‘Nicodemus flower’ The Aldersgate Garden Club held its monthly meeting in August via Zoom at Noon. Cynthia Humes, president, called the meeting to order. Charlotte Scott gave the devotion “Wisely Weeding” from Psalm 139:1-6, 23-24, followed by prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. The minutes were approved as submitted by Secretary Jackie Westfield. The Financial Report was approved as emailed with discussed changes by treasurer Lelia Johnson. Nine members were in attendance with Edwina Robinson serving as hostess. Robinson presented a program on the Nicodemus Flower. She opened with referring to the flower as being called the Evening Primrose or the Night Rose. It is a fascinating and interesting flower. She has found herself comparing the flower with the biblical name Nicodemus in the Book of John 3:1-10. These scriptures talk about the ruler of the Pharisees who came to Jesus by night with a question of growth. The flower only opens up at night and closes at sunrise. The color is a bright yellow representing hope and happiness. When Nicodemus asked Jesus the question, how can you be born again? Jesus answered him, unless one is born again from water and spirit, he cannot be in God’s Heaven. This plant takes water, soil and the hand of God to grow; born from a seed, a bulb, or a small plant. This flower is a native plant and is an Annual. It gets new leaves in late spring from the seeds that have fallen on the ground and grows to a tall 4 to 5 feet stem. The leaves are 4 to 8 inches long and the flower grows alternate of each other, 2 inches wide with 4 peddles overlapping each other. more
Jack Clark was always “fascinated by piano.” At the age of 5, his mother began his piano training. Now at age 87, Clark is being honored for his expertise with induction into the Southern Gospel Music Association’s Hall of Fame on Tuesday in Pigeon Forge. Clark is one of four gospel artists being added in the SGMA’s class of 2021. Also, being honored are Karen Peck Gooch, Marlin Taylor and Aaron Wilburn. more
Cleveland State Community College celebrated the area’s leaders and volunteers, business owners and creative individuals at the sixth annual Community First Awards. Tuesday night marked the … more
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CHAPTER REGISTRAR Lynn Freeman, Mrs. Michell Rine, new member Paul Ray Rine, and Chapter President Jerry Hjellum participated in the new member induction. more
Dear Annie: In a recent column, a reader stated his wife has a serious addiction to pain pills after years of being prescribed them, hasn't worked in those years, spends most of her time in bed, … more
In the midst of the pandemic, we heard medical professional opinions and trusted local leaders to help guide us through such an unprecedented time, but a McMinn County teenager showed us that no … more
Foundation House Ministries will hold a luncheon on Thursday to expand awareness about the need for an additional location to serve mothers in a crisis in Chattanooga. The nonprofit provides … more
Fraguiely and Elinor Espinosa of Apison announced the birth of their daughter, Chloe Stephanie Espinosa, on Aug. 20. 2021, in Chattanooga. Chloe was 7 pounds 4 ounces and 20 inches long. more
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