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“But these few are the salt of the earth; without them, human life would become a stagnant pool. Not only is it they who introduce good things which did not before exist, it is they who keep the … more
“Oh my gosh. I don’t want to open that box.”Moving furniture and books and clothing is easy. It’s moving memories that is hard. I am going through the last of my boxes. I used to say I … more
The saying, “you can’t go home,” has always puzzled me.My thoughts are you get in your car, take a bus, purchase an airline ticket or do what we did in my younger days: stick out your thumb and … more
Whether or not she realized it at the time, Cleveland City Councilwoman Marsha McKenzie spoke on behalf of a growing number of local residents whose collective frustrations deepen by the day over the … more
Around the world and right here in Tennessee, we celebrate May as Mental Health Month.  After the last year, the opportunity to pause, reflect and evaluate our own mental health and that of the … more
We visited my hometown over the weekend.This is momentous for two reasons.It’s the first time I’ve been back there since Mama’s funeral in 2013.And, it’s the first time we’ve stayed in a … more
Delayed several months by the COVID-19 pandemic, the recent inauguration of Dr. Mark Walker as the 17th president of Lee University came with a comforting reminder that the Cleveland-based … more
I had a friend recently forward an email that had a family pet lying face down on what appeared to be a patio with the phrase below the picture of, “I can’t adult today, please don’t make me … more
“This was more like closing up shop, or say, having a big garage sale where you look at everything you’ve bought in your life, and you remember how much it meant to you. And now, you just tag it … more
The tree was lying on its side when I got to it. It was a nice-looking pine tree, fluffy and full and as tall as me. The strong winds, coupled with some unstable footing, had caused it to fall … more
In his living years, the late George R. “Bobby” Taylor would have beamed at the chance to help two local students earn their college degrees with the goal of fulfilling their dreams for making a … more
The Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway has been blessed with a number of enhancements that make walking or running the linear park that much more pleasant, including a number of water fountains, and … more
Slowly squirming from the tentacles of the COVID-19 pandemic, our Bradley County community — in spite of a few recent hiccups in the recovery — is welcoming a sign of what we hope will be better … more
I’ve always liked completing tasks in the least amount of time possible.I love trying to figure out a way to accomplish what I need to accomplish as efficiently as I can.And I apply this concept to … more
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