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Dear Annie: Each Valentine's Day, I am filled with incredible sadness. Two years ago, my husband and I were expecting our first baby girl. Her due date was Valentine's Day, and we were so thrilled with love and excitement at the arrival of our baby girl. Her name was going to be Valentine. more
Dear Heloise: I'm sending in some helpful hints for the person who needed help cleaning his shower. Purchase a handheld squeegee and keep it in the shower. After turning the water off, squeegee the glass and the walls, especially on the lower sections where the water and soap accumulate. It doesn't need to be a perfect job, just take a few seconds to do it (I can do mine in 30 seconds), and it doesn't have to be after every shower. The walls and glass will dry nice and shiny. It lengthens the time between cleanings. more
Four acts — three performing songs coming from personal experiences, and another about skinny dipping — have propelled themselves to the semifinals of the Tennessee Songwriters Week … more
Four acts — three performing songs coming from personal experiences, and another about skinny dipping — have propelled themselves to the semifinals of the Tennessee Songwriters Week … more
Cleveland State Community College invites the community to the Hayden Coffman Concert on Friday, March 17, 8 p.m. in the L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium on the Cleveland State campus. more
Dear Heloise: In reply to the reader who commented on the disposal of wipes, might I suggest, in the defense of our environment, that people do not buy new zip-close plastic bags for this purpose? Instead, I think of the many other containers that will already be set for trash. I am thinking of small containers with removable lids, such as coffee cans, potato chip cans, zip-close bags that come from the deli, newspaper bags or bread bags. These can be kept under the sink and resealed after wipes are put in them. Each one can hold many wipes before being thrown out. Please try to at least reduce the amount of plastic in our landfills. — Irene Hunter, via email more
Lee University School of Theology & Ministry alumna Fayth Henderson recently received the Inspire Award from the New York City Black Women’s Political Club. Henderson received the Inspire … more

Dear Annie: I married a man who earned less than me seven years ago and now collects disability. He paid for cable and electricity way back when while I covered everything else. Over the past three years, I have received a few lump sums of money, one in the form of an auto accident payout and the other was an inheritance my father left me this past summer. I have been more than giving in the relationship, and while my mother is probably rolling over in her grave, I have been honest about the amounts with him. 

The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2023, with a slate of special events and activities planned throughout the year. more
Cleveland State Community College invites the community to participate in an online auction sponsored by the Cleveland State Foundation which provides support for the college and hundreds of … more
Dear Heloise: I keep an index card taped on a door near the kitchen, so as I become aware of needed groceries and other items, I jot them down. I usually forget them if I don't do this. Then, when I go to the grocery with my index card, it is easy to attach it to the grocery cart right above the top storage section to scratch off items easily as I grab them! more
Dear Annie: I lived a parallel childhood with the pain of an extremely abusive mother and a father who buried his head in the sand. I did confront him years ago about why he didn't protect me, and he was thoughtful and then emotional when he replied, "I guess she treated me that way, too, and I was afraid of centering her attention back on me. I never thought about how hard that must've been for you." more
“I can’t do this; it’s not for me.” These were the words that Goldie Whaley uttered to herself not once but twice while attempting college. Whaley graduated from Cleveland High School in 2011 and enrolled at Cleveland State that fall. After a hard class, she was discouraged and dropped out. In 2016, she decided to try it again, but dropped out again. Now, Whaley will graduate from Cleveland State with a degree in medical assisting this May. more
The 25th annual Bradley County Chess Championship was held Jan. 28 at Cleveland Middle School. more
In the fall of 2022, a team of Lee University freshmen began an exciting new research experience discovering and characterizing novel bacteriophages (viruses that infect bacteria). The students’ … more
Dear Annie: My daughter, "Melanie," now 34, dated a boy when she was 15. It only lasted a few months. Melanie and I had a great relationship before they started dating. The boy's mother has kept her relationship with Melanie to this day. She always loved Melanie and constantly made remarks that her son was an idiot for ending the relationship. She'd say things like how she wanted a daughter just like mine. more
Dear Heloise: Regarding Courtney W.'s question about alleviating dry winter skin, I would like to recommend using a humidifier. I've used one for years due to dry skin, and it helps not only my skin, but also my dry hair and sinuses. They're readily available, as is the distilled water used in them. I even have a small portable one for travel! — Cindy C., Redlands, California more
For more information on the library, its resources and events, visit, search Cleveland Bradley County Public Library on social media or call 423-472-2163. more
A donation from the Harry S. Truman Club will support the John and Charlotte Bivens Scholarship at Cleveland State Community College.The $1,000 donation is given in honor of Craig Bivens for his … more
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