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Trail Life camporee planned Oct. 23

A Trail Life area-wide Camporee, challenging the outdoor skills of troops from Chattanooga, East Brainerd, Cleveland, and Dunlap, will be hosted by Hixson Troop TL1967 at Hixson Presbyterian Church on Saturday, Oct. 23 from 9 to 5.

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10-15 Life Bridges visit
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New markers added at library ‘to make history of library known’

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TWO HISTORIC markers have been placed in front of the Johnston-Tucker Center (History Branch) of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library. One shares the history of the local public library and the other the history of the Craigmiles House. MEMBERS OF the Historical Marker Committee stand with the Hardwick-Journal House market in front of the library on Ocoee Street. It uses photos and verbiage to share the background of the house which is now part of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library. Committee members were, from left, Anne McReynolds, Library Board and Foundation member; Margaret Schenck, chairman of the Library Board; Jim Park, past chairman of the Library Foundation; Andrew Hunt, director of the library; and Barbara Fagen, former chairman of the Library Board.

Pat Smith reminds early detection is important

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By ALLEN MINCEYBanner CorrespondentThe COVID-19 pandemic affected more than just those who contracted the virus. It also disrupted many lives, and caused some to alter their normal activities, such …

Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum celebrates 60 Years of preserving railroad history

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CHATTANOOGA — The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum (TVRM) has been preserving railroad history since 1961, and this month, it is kicking off a yearlong celebration that will highlight the museum's 60-year heritage with two weekends of special events and displays. On Saturday, Oct. 16, and Sunday, Oct. 17, and again on Saturday, Oct. 23 and Sunday, Oct. 24, the museum will run its best-known steam engines — Engine 630 and Engine 4501 — on the Missionary Ridge Local. Called the “Local” for short, the 55-minute ride begins at TVRM’s Grand Junction Depot and runs to the East Chattanooga station and Soule Shops restoration facility.

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