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WHISKEY CASES LEAD NUMBER ON COURT DOCKET: Judge John J. Blair, of Loudon, will call the Bradley County Criminal Court to order here with approximately 100 cases on the docket for disposition during the term. The docket is one of the heaviest in the history of the court, registering 30 cases that were continued from the last term in addition to the normal number of 70 cases of misdemeanors and felonies occurring in the meantime.

The Arnold Memorial Elementary School Trash Can Band, which is comprised of fourth and fifth grade students, played at a Tennessee Vols basketball fame on Dec. 7, 2022. "It is an incredible … more
Dear Heloise: Regarding uploading pictures to your computer, I would also suggest making sure you have an online backup of all your computer files. A fire or a flood can destroy your computer and any backup devices kept in your home. And it could also destroy the original photos that are stored at home. more
Dear Readers: Many of you suggested treatments for "Pooped Out and Sad in the South," which was the letter from the grandmother who was concerned about her grandson's difficulties in having bowel movements. I hope some of these suggestions help other parents and grandparents who face similar problems with their children and grandchildren. more
The Bradley Cleveland Public Education Foundation recently announced the recipients of the teacher grants awarded for the 2022-23 school year. BCPEF awarded 19 team and individual grants, delivering … more
Dear Heloise: For those of you, who get a Medicare Summary Notice, check it out carefully. I received one from a person I had never heard of, from a town in Texas I had never heard of. The notice included $711 for a glucose monitor during August and September 2022. I didn't even know what a glucose monitor was until Medicare told me it was for diabetes. I don't have diabetes. more
This year marks the 60th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's "I Have A Dream" speech, and faculty and students alike discussed King's speech in regard to the present as part of Lee … more
Dear Annie: I have been with my fiancé for 21 years, and we've been engaged for nine. We have three beautiful girls together, and he has two older kids from his previous marriage. He has always made me feel like second best. He always puts his ex's feelings before mine and never takes what I say into consideration. I bring this up to him, and he says that I need to grow up. He tells me that my daughters and I should know our place as women. more

WOODLEE LIFTS INJUNCTION AGAINST GIBSON STORE HERE: Chancellor Glenn W. Woodless has lifted the injunction he ordered last week on Gibson’s Discount Center here and set Feb. 10 at 10 a.m. for a hearing on the “fair trade” issue. The chancery court judge had ordered an injunction against store officials George and Willard Calfee to halt advertising and sale below fair trade prices of certain toilet articles and not to make statements to the press.

A visit to Cleveland by world-famous television star Jerry Mathers — better known as “Beaver Cleaver” — is setting new viewership records for a popular podcast. Dee Burris, host and … more
MONDAY | Jan. 23 REFIT with Rebeckah Get moving in a community free of comparison, competition and judgment Mondays and Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. in the Community Room. Southeastern Writers … more
Many have heard the phrase “follow your dreams.” But what does that really mean? Seventh-grade students at Lake Forest Middle School heard Nolan McDaniel, the founder and executive director … more
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Dear Annie: Here's my dilemma: I moved back into my dad's house several years ago, and he has been good friends with "Chuck" and his wife "Rose" for at least 20 years. He goes out to dinner with them regularly and often has them over to the house for drinks and cards. more
Dear Heloise: I am a senior citizen living by myself in Northern Indiana. Right now, we are in the middle of a blizzard. As a safety precaution, if I absolutely need to go outside on these cold days, I always make sure I have a house key in my coat pocket. One never knows when a lock could accidentally get turned on the way out the door. The results could be deadly. Stay safe.— Michael Noll, via email more
Dear Annie: My stepson said many nasty, derogatory, hurtful things about his recently deceased father. My husband was well-respected by his peers and friends. Yes, he had his faults, but I loved him dearly, and he was a very good man. more
The Cleveland/Athens Cotillion held its 60th Holly Ball on Dec. 30 at the Cleveland Country Club. more
Ratification by the membership of a constitution and by-laws for the Cleveland YMCA Monday night led to the election of the first woman member of the board of directors. Mrs. James Johnston won a three-year term on the board during the annual membership meeting as members exercised their constitutional voting rights for the first time.  more
Lee University conferred 250 degrees on Saturday, Dec. 10, during its winter commencement ceremony. Attendees heard speaker Dr. Samuel R. Chand encourage graduates in Lee’s traditional ceremony in … more
Dear Heloise: After reading "Doesn't Compute" from a previous column, I just couldn't help writing to you for the first time ever. When we visit a couple of our all-time best friends, they often say, "Let's watch some TV after eating dinner." They bring up a station with a good show or movie, and we settle down to watch. Within minutes, I realize I'm watching the program by myself. All I see is the top of their heads looking down. more
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