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Dear Annie: My wife and I are, year by year, going through renovations in many parts of our house. I am more than capable of doing most of the work. However, we hire someone for anything that … more
Dear Heloise: Harriet from Mesa, Arizona, inquired about how to be sure charitable donations will be utilized in the best way. The suggestion to check online for the facts is primary. Another way … more
Lee University’s Center for Calling and Career will host a "Graduate Program Showcase" from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 16, Lee’s Science and Math Complex great room.   “The Lee … more
Approximately 200 high school students, representing 16 schools and four states, will visit Lee University’s campus Friday, Feb. 11, and Saturday, Feb. 12, to participate in the annual Honor Choir. … more
Students and faculty from Lee University’s Master of Athletic Training (MSAT) program recently partnered with the Cleveland Fire Department for its in-service/training for pole vault spine … more
Moss Rose Art, a new site for displays of art and a place that eventually aims to become a spot where art lovers can share their passion, will have a special opening exhibition from 5-70:30 a.m. … more
The world lost Betty White a few weeks ago, and Bea Arthur passed away in 2009, and if both were still with us, they would be celebrating their 100th birthdays this year. Though they are gone, Willie … more
MEET ARIES. Thomas M. sent in a photo of his rescue cat Aries. She has beautiful eyes, and although her coat is black, there's a small patch of white on her chest. To see Aries and our other Pet Pals, go to and click on "Pet of the Week." —Heloise more
Accomplished local playwright Dan Buck questioned why he was so interested in treasure hunts and getting others involved in his passion. He realized that the answers might be in talking about his … more
One case of trauma and an overall decline of blood donations has led to a critical need for blood donors at Blood Assurance the blood bank said in a news release." The trauma used a significant … more
Thirty-two students recently competed in Cleveland Middle School's chess tournament.CMS were sponsors Matthew Rodante and Shelly Higgins, who organized the event, while the tournament director was … more
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Myers travel the country with a few friends Lois Myers loves to travel and she does it with 40 to 50 of her friends. Myers, who operates McDonald Boomers and Seniors, likes to say “I travel and charge my friends to go with me.” more
Claude Climer served as Bradley County Clerk for over three decades, but remembers in this special election year that gaining thae office was actually the furthest thing from his mind when he … more
New Adventures Club has variety of events planned more
Cleveland Fire Department Chief Bobby Gaylor congratulated six firefighters on their recent promotions. Gaylor said Zac Reagan was promoted to lieutenant. Reagan has served with the department … more
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