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Big Tom Anderson is ready to clinch the Cowpea Cook-off title.But the Cleveland restauranteur will be getting some help from his wife, Sabrina, and her mother-in-law, Mitzi “Nana” Sherlin, who … more
Joseph Keel’s business card says “Food of the Mountain South.” The Four Eleven restaurant in Ocoee owner and chef plans to take that Mountain South flavor as his surprise dish to this year’s … more
Fresh ingredients motivate Meghann Tipton to explore new culinary frontiers, and she plans to make black-eyed peas the star ingredient for her dish in the Cowpea Festival competition.Tipton wasn’t … more
Terri Myers is the dining services director at Avail Senior Living, and has her own catering business, but rather than pull from those experiences, she may go back into her distant past and create a … more
McCaysville’s Twisted Tomato wins Travelers’ Choice Award for Best Area Pizza MCCAYSVILLE, Ga. – August 18, 2021 – Twisted Tomato announced today that it has been recognized as a 2021 Travelers’ Choice award winner for pizzerias. This achievement celebrates businesses that consistently deliver fantastic experiences to diners who visit here from around the globe, having earned great traveler reviews on Tripadvisor over the last 12 months. more
Katz and Boddeker chosen as the 2021 Community First Awards for Philanthropy Local businesses are the staple to many communities in the Tennessee Valley. When the pandemic took over everyday life, small businesses were hit the hardest, facing a loss in revenue and some even shutting down. more
  Lee University welcomes 11 new faculty to campus this fall: one to the Communication Arts Department, two to the Helen DeVos College of Education, one to the Department of Language and … more
THIS WEEK IN HISTORY – 1913 more
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Music, games and food were a part of the 2021 Bradley County Relay for Life Saturday, but remembering those who bravely fought cancer or are still doing so — and those who provide care for them — … more
New Adventures to hold kick-off meeting Sept. 8 at Cleveland Bradley County Public Library. From left are Andrew Hunt, Paul Wyrick, Leah Banks, Shneka Jones, Donna Botterbusch and Kathy Davini.  Cleveland Parks and Recreation has been partnering with residents to start a club for “New Adventures,” a social club for education, fun, fitness and connections.   The club will have two meetings a month to start, with meetings the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, unless we are on a trip.  The planning meeting was held on Aug. 25 at the Parks and Recreation office to finalize upcoming plans for the Kick-Off meeting as well as plans for the future. At this time, the club will be meeting during the day, but as the club grows it will have evening activities and subgroups for special interests. The club will become a resource for not only activities, but a connection to all things fun in Cleveland.  The kick-off meeting is Sept. 8 at 1:30 p.m. in the Carmichael Room at the Cleveland Public Library.   more
ATTENDING THE RE-INTERMENT service for World War II Pvt. Warren Glinn Harding DeVault in Dayton were members of the Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter, including Brock Harris, Greg Banther, Claude Hardison, Terry Beaty, Ron Harris, Kevin Jackson, Ed Waldrop, Jerry Hjellum, Lynn Freeman (not shown) and from the John Sevier Chapter, Cliff Kent, Tim Adams, Donald Chamberlain, Larry Underwood, and Terry Siler. more
‘The Bradley Beat’ to highlight museum, local events more
“Fried Green Festival’ set at Niota more
ERICA SCHAEF holds up her first novel, “The Letting Spell.” She likes to write books and short stories in the gothic genre. more
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