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Photo courtesy of BILLY WATSON WORLD WAR I military photo has Beecher Bean on the right with BB marking his location. Bean lived in Bradley County and at Cookson Creek in Polk County near a church. The photo was given to Bertie Cross Watson, who was Billy Watson’s mother. more
Photo courtesy of EARNEST DEAN BEATY more
Photo courtesy of Winston Varnell THIS ARNOLD SCHOOL photo shows Winston Varnell in 1939-40. more
DENNIS AND ALICE Long Lee were married on March 14, 1974. Also in the photo are sisters Janis Wilhoit and Tammy Lee; brother-in-law, Roy W ilhoit; and father, Hubert Lee. more
Photo courtesy of Ronald Osment more
Photo courtesy of JERRY WAYNE JOHNSON more
Photo courtesy of Beverly Morrow Johnson This 1947 photo shows the East Cleveland Church of God on 15th Street N.E. The tall man in the top center of the photo is the pastor, the Rev. Copeland. more
Photo courtesy of PHYLLIS FINNELL RICHARD AND DEBBIE Finnell are shown behind a crepe myrtle in the spring. more
Photo courtesy of VICKI GRIFFIN THE CHEROKEE Chieftain is one of 83 sculptures Peter Wolf Toth has carved in the United States and across the world. He said his “mission in life is to honor people. I make my plans … God decides.” Toth is shown carving the tree that became the Chieftain. Photo courtesy of VICKI GRIFFIN more
“I Can, I Will Tunnel Through to Victory!” is the title of the new book by Dawn Lipsey. The 150-page volume offers insight into the Christian experience as she tells her story and how Christ has impacted and strengthened her life. She and her husband, Edwin, began their life together as youth pastors. more
One of Cleveland and Bradley County’s best-known advocates of the arts is Connie Gatlin. She is a storyteller, teacher, museum educator, dance studio owner and supporter of the community. The arts have always been a part of her life. She grew up in a family that loved to tell stories. more
POLK COUNTY High School seniors involved in the Capstone Course at Cleveland State Community College included Parker Rollins, Traygan Wooten, Peyton Higgins and David Gruver. more
Spring kickoff for Sound of Tennessee Chorus is Tuesday more
  In a ceremony at the Chapel of Lee University, Anais Epperson and Andrew Harrod, both of Cleveland, were married at 5 p.m. on Dec. 4, 2021. The officiant was Lynn Epperson. Special … more
Diana Jackson was the guest speaker for the Alpha Theta chapter meeting. From left are Ashley Douglas, president-election; Jackson; and Jill McGuire, Altruistic chair. more
DEAR ANNIE(R) BY ANNIE LANE FOR RELEASE: SUNDAY, JANUARY 16, 2022 more
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ATTENTION "DEAR ANNIE" EDITORS: ANNIE LANE IS OFF THIS WEEK. THE FOLLOWING COLUMN WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN 2019. THANK YOU. -- CREATORS DEAR ANNIE(R) BY ANNIE LANE RELEASE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 2022 more
In its first months of operation, the Bradley-Polk Isaiah 117 House has helped dozens of kids feel cared for while they await placement with a foster family. Opening its doors to foster children … more
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