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A restaurant launched a promotion with the theme, "Hold onto your fork."I think it's a pertinent request that promises something good is just ahead. "Do you want to keep your fork?” is the … more
 Calhoun United Methodist Church recently began its third century of serving the Calhoun community. A 200th-plus anniversary celebration will begin at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, May 1, after originally … more
Lee University’s a cappella ensemble Voices of Lee performed as a featured guest during the 42nd annual Lincoln Memorial Easter Sunrise Service in Washington, D.C. on Easter Sunday. Voices of Lee, … more
Native Bradley Countian the Rev. Rodney Dunn is joining St. James Cumberland Presbyterian Church at 151 Short St. NE in Cleveland. The Charleston High School graduate is a local financial adviser … more
In the early 1950s, when gas was 19 cents a gallon, my aunt and I drove to the laundromat and the gas gauge of my dad’s 1947 Hudson was on empty. Between us we had 15 cents. That was the time when … more
There will be a  free showing of the PBS Frontline documentary film  "Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in End"  from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, April 7, at  College Hill Recreation … more
Galilee Baptist Church, 665 Old Chattanooga Pike, will be having its monthly singing at 2 pm Sunday. Delivered Gospel Singers will be special guests.   more
The Lee University Symphonic Band recently visited Baltimore, Maryland, where they served the City of Refuge, a faith-based organization created to help individuals and families transition out … more
The National Day of Prayer is set for Friday, May 5, and local pastors want to fill the Bradley County Courthouse Square with hundreds of people praying for this community, the nation and those … more
Award-winning gospel and inspirational country musician/singer/songwriter Greg McDougal will headline at the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee at 7 p.m. Friday, April 1. He also will lead the worship through … more
Friday is April Fools' Day, originally called All Fools Day. Tradition has it that in 1582, when France switched to the Gregorian calendar, New Year’s Day, which had been celebrated from March 25 … more
On Monday, April 4, from 6:30-7:30 p.m., the Ooltewah Seventh-day Adventist Church invites the community to a free cancer support group. The group is designed for cancer patients, survivors, … more
We’ve just passed the first day of spring. That brings to mind that Easter Sunday is less than a month away. Christianity stands on the resurrection. Jesus declares this truth to Martha at the … more
Madisonville Presbyterian Church, 201 W. Main St., will present “Parson John and Maggie” at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 31, in the church sanctuary. Re-enactors Frank and Carole Jarboe portray an … more
For 70 years, Israel fasted and prayed for the temple to be rebuilt. But it got to be just a habit — no faith, no expectations. If there was any faith, it was in their own selves and in their own … more
A successful businessman was once asked the secret of his success. His reply summed up success in three words: “and then some.” He learned early in life that the difference between average people … more
Two years ago, Tyson Leamon was one of several who competed in the Tennessee Songwriters quarterfinals, and won and moved on to the next round, where he did not place. Fast forward to Monday night, … more
Bearing The Cross, a contemporary christian band will be performing at the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee this Friday night at 7:00. more
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