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The second Sunday of May every year is reserved for Mother’s Day, a day we honor mothers for the care and selfless love they show.  The relationship between a mother and child begins even … more
  Weather-permitting, Love Muffin and I will end a 20-year drought next Saturday, May 8; yes, we’re hosting a yard sale.    Whether it has really been two decades since … more
I was showing a friend around town last week.  When we came to the corner of Ocoee Street and Billy Graham Avenue, he asked an obvious question: “Why is a street named for Billy Graham here in … more
With the onset of warmer weather, foot and bike traffic has picked up on the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway. This time of year is traditionally one of the busiest as those who prefer their … more
One of Bradley County’s strengths — among the many — is our commitment to United States veterans, their remembrance and most importantly, their safekeeping.Years of paying tribute to our men … more
The last quarter of 2019-20, and the entire 2020-21 school year, will be a time to be remembered when the history of Cleveland City Schools is written in the future. Thinking back to March 2019, none … more
With an increasing number of Cleveland and Bradley County residents getting the COVID-19 vaccine and a commitment not to assume too soon that all is well, and maybe — with a little luck — we’ll … more
By the time you read this, you will likely be enjoying temperatures in the 80s — the way it’s supposed to be in spring.But today I’m freezing, and it’s almost May.Yesterday was cold and … more
With opioid overdose deaths increasing during the pandemic, the Drug Enforcement Administration held its 20th Take Back Day last Saturday. At its last Take Back Day in October, DEA collected a … more
Several weeks ago Mayor D. Gary Davis acknowledged to county commissioners they were probably tiring of his weekly COVID-19 updates, but that he would continue giving them because the virus is still … more
Ten years later, the memories remain; for those who survived, the recall will live forever — as much a tribute to the dead as a reminder to the living.Tom Wheeler, then-general manager of Cleveland … more
  Thanks to two doses of Moderna vaccine, followed by the standard two-week wait, I achieved full immunity from COVID-19 last Tuesday.   It’s a temporary fix, but a fix … more
When one of Cleveland’s oldest eateries — and certainly one of the most popular — reopened earlier this spring following a four-month hiatus, it came as welcomed news to a community that needed … more
Age is creeping up on me.Sometimes it doesn’t creep. Sometimes it comes flying at me like a meteor screaming across the sky.I’m not necessarily talking about the typical aches and pains and … more
In a prior day, they were called secretaries. Man or woman, their work defined efficiency, effectiveness, creativity and general know-how.Today, the role remains the same. It is their mandate to keep … more
The date of April 27 is a day that lives precariously in the memory of many.  Ten years ago our county was ravaged by not one, but five separate tornadoes.  By the end of the day on April … more
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