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Combined efforts help Charleston Park projects

Groups of volunteers, some from a local businesses, have created some beautiful additions to the Hoyt Berry Park (Charleston City Park) over the last few weeks.Those projects include a Never Forget …
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Halloween Block Party planned for Oct. 31

Happy hauntings are set for Sunday, Oct. 31, when MainStreet Cleveland holds its 34th Annual Halloween Block Party.The eerie evening, which will be packed with Halloween treats, entertainment and …

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High School Football standings 10-24

High School FootballRegion 2-6ATeam Region OverallMaryville 4-0 9-0Bradley Central 4-0 8-1Bearden 2-2 4-5Cleveland 1-3 5-4Farragut 1-3 3-6Hardin Valley 0-4 1-7Friday, Oct. 22Rhea County 48, Bradley …

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'You are not alone': Isaiah 117 House opens for children entering foster care

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The Bradley-Polk Isaiah 117 House is officially open and caring for foster children awaiting placement with a family. The journey to Isaiah 117 establishing a house in Bradley County to serve …

Lee alum, staff, and students collaborate on “Christmas in July”

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  Lee University alumni, staff, and students have been working on a feature length film, “Christmas in July,” which recently released to major streaming services. The film is directed …

Dear Annie — Family is where you are

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DEAR ANNIE(R) BY ANNIE LANE FOR RELEASE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2021

10-24 Heloise — Time for roof inspection

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This is Spike, my happy 4-year-old rescue. — Judith Thompson, via email

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