Cleveland Apple Festival

 The Cleveland Apple Festival continues today, 1 to 6 p.m., around the Bradley County Courthouse Square.  There will be arts and crafts, information booths, live entertainment and games for …
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Associate Editor“Good and evil are not just ideas, but beings — specifically angels and demons,” according to Linda Miller, who with her co-author Karen Dewhirst, recently released their first …

Lee students visit Costa Rica for ecology and conservation trip

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  Dr. Thaddeus McRae and Lee University students pose by the upper La Paz waterfalls on the headwaters of the Rio Sarapiqui during their trip to Costa Rica. (2) Dylan Katina ascendsa large tropical oak in Cloud Forest near Vara Blanca.  

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Dear Annie

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Dear Annie: After 32 years of marriage, I still battle daily with what the truth is. My husband, who I have been with since I was 17 (over 36 years), had the "shining star syndrome." Many of his …


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