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On the mornings of Dec. 23 and 24, Cleveland Utilities customers experienced intermittent interruptions in their electric service due to, for the first time in history, the Tennessee Valley … more
I don’t know if everyone has seen the Netflix series “The Crown,” about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, but there’s an episode with a distant connection to Tennessee history. more
The events of Friday and Saturday, Dec. 23 and 24, were extremely unusual.Winter Storm Elliot brought record cold temperatures to much of the country in what the National Oceanic and Atmosphere … more
Full disclosure: I have exactly zero credibility as a psychic. more
I was sitting in a news reporting class on Jan. 28, 1986. more
Voters are, to understate their mood, disenchanted with Congress. Yet paradoxically, voters reelect, over and over, the same representatives they hold in dismally low esteem, consider ineffectual and … more
We are living in a time when we can take for granted so many things that a mere hundred years ago would have been considered miracles or the height of fantasy. We enjoy products that make life easier and more pleasant, and even products that prolong life itself. more
A couple of days ago, a friend of mine posted something written by a friend of his on Facebook. This more
As a child, lying was something I rarely did. This was a function of two things: being Catholic and being lazy. But perhaps the most compelling reason not to lie is that you will always be … more
In the 1930s, President Herbert Hoover’s second-in-command was Vice President Charles Curtis, who had once been a powerful senator. A magazine article about Vice President Curtis is credited with coining a phrase that has endured for almost a hundred years: “It’s lonely at the top.” more
I think it is important not to lose sight of the significance of what transpired on the TVA generation and transmission system. more
I won’t hazard a guess as to whether it achieves immortality like “grassy knoll” or “hanging chads,” but surely the phrase “bomb cyclone storm” will remain in the public consciousness of those who endured its cruelties. more
As I type this letter in Cleveland on Dec. 22, the forecast is calling for a low temperature of about 7 degrees F on Friday morning. By the time you see this on Dec. 31, we should be back to much more comfortable temps and a very decent end-of-year weather forecast. Historically, Cleveland has nearly the lowest average annual snowfall of any city in Tennessee: about 1.5 inches. So it is easy to take that for granted. more
It was late December of 2020. COVID cabin fever was hitting me hard. more
For the seventh time in 12 years, the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway is offering limited partnerships to sponsor light poles along the linear park. The decorative banner program was first unveiled in 2011 when the greenway celebrated 10 years in our community. more
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