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The body of a man discovered by two fishermen in the Ocoee River in Polk County over the weekend has been sent to Knoxville for an autopsy and identification, according to Sheriff Steve … more
Just what is Paul Huff 2.0 anyway? During a Cleveland City Council meeting last year, council members discussed the need for a major development project on the south side of Cleveland … more
Despite the warm then cold temperatures, the daffodils have decided to blossom in this photo by Kelly Wells. more
CHRISTINE REYNOLDS shared this photo of two cardinals among the snow-covered landscape. more
Cyber bullying often blamed for youth suicides Four months ago a Manchester youth took his own life for what is being blamed on cyber bullying. Cyber bullies, classmates of his at Coffee … more
Watson Brown earns Eagle Scout Award more
By Cana Cooper   On Jan. 24, Lee University’s School of Nursing hosted the Lower East Tennessee regional competition for HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America). Hundreds of … more
String Theory, in partnership with Lee University and the Hunter Museum of American Art, will welcome legendary bassist Edgar Meyer and his violinist son, George for “A Special Evening” at the … more
Lee’s Chorale and Choral Union to Perform a Joint Concert   more
JOSHUA AND ERIN Mitchell had been looking for a chihuahua to add to their family for four months before finding Littlebit on Petfinder. Joshua visited with Littlebit with her in the Ark’s bonding. The adoption counselor told Joshua to come back for a mandatory second visit. Joshua returned the next day with his wife, Erin, and daughter, Penelope. The adoption counselor felt t the family was a great fit for Littlebit and vice versa. After filling out the adoption contract and reviewing veterinary records Littlebit was ready to go to her new home. LINZI WELCH and her daughters came to The Ark last week to visit with Lilly. Welch was looking for a new companion for her chihuahua after their other pet passed away last year. Lilly responded well to the whole family, and after the family had spent some time with her they felt that she would fit well in their home. The following day they returned with their chihuahua and after getting used to one another's scents, the two dogs were trying to play with each other. Lilly was approved by everyone in the household and found her new home. more
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