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Many may remember 4-H from elementary school, and some even as they moved into high school, but now have no idea if the organization even still exists.In Bradley County, 4-H is alive and well, and is … more
Dear Annie: My husband and I are in our 70s, and we have our cocktail hour at 6 p.m. every night followed by dinner at 7 or so. One evening, about two weeks ago, our neighbors came to the door at … more
MONDAY | Oct. 10 Social Services at the Library Assistance in finding local resources with workers from The Caring Place from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Hiwassee Room. First-come, first-served … more
More than 1,000 attended this year’s Cleveland Geekster, making it one of the most successful in its nine years of existence and prepping organizers for a big 10th anniversary celebration in … more
Masahiro Oka was one of 11 international exchange students who the Tennessee 4-H program found host families for to teach them about American culture. Oka got to share his time in Cleveland and … more
The chefs who will compete for the International Cowpea Festival and Cook-off title are as varied as their dishes will be. The festival will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Hoyt Berry … more
Pirates are known to take to the high seas, but rivers? And, the Hiwassee River at that?Well, Saturday was the Great Hiwassee River Raft Race, titled the Buccaneer Run 2022, and while there weren’t … more
You will see him at just about every event honoring veterans, or placing American flags at the Bradley County Veterans Cemetery, or visits to see veterans in area nursing homes.On Saturday, Aug. 20, … more
Local students are either back in or preparing for school, so having a party to begin the academic year is a great way to start. And, if special guests like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Pet Patrol and … more
Alvin Jackson was wounded in the Vietnam War and still carries a piece of shrapnel. He and his wife, Zandra, have been living in a Cleveland home that has been deteriorating for many years, including … more
It is called a farm, but Ocoee Riverside Farm is much, much more. Not only are there cows and horses, but there are other animals one would not imagine in Polk County, and lodging in covered wagons … more
School begins in Cleveland and Bradley County this week, and many youngsters will be better prepared after three local events provided them with supplies, including backpacks.On Aug. 3, the Peerless … more
The Caring Place for 20-plus years has served the community and soon will do it with expanded programs at a new location.The new site, which will be called The Caring Place Care Center, will be … more
The annual Shoes for Orphan Souls collection drive is underway. Local lead coordinator Bobbie Reagan said the boxes and signs would be up starting over the just-passed weekend. Shoes for Orphan … more
After reaching more than 3,500 students through its programs, Junior Achievement of the Ocoee Region is shooting to increase to 5,000 this coming year.The organization recently held its annual … more
Bill Asseye Gawu Kodjovi and Afi Elom Gawu of Cleveland announce the birth of their son on July 13, 2022, at Tennova Healthcare – Cleveland. He weighed 10 pounds and was 22 inches long. He is … more
Dear Annie: I've been with my girlfriend for seven years and lived with her for four. She wants to get married and have kids. For the past three years, I've promised to propose every six months, but … more
Dear Heloise: You recently had a letter about dealing with inflation from Harriet S. Your answer was correct. I would like to say, I try to shop by only buying things on sale ⏤ all the time, not … more
She has been dancing since she was 5 years old, and it has become her greatest passion. That talent helped Miss Scenic City, Maggie Haimelin, become the 2023 Tennessee Distinguished Young Woman late … more
Lori Michele Blevins and Walter Tyson Paul, both of Canton, Georgia, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mike and Donna Oliverio of Rock Springs, … more
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