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EMPTY STOCKING FUND NEARS $36,000 ON BUSY 'DAY 3'

The Empty Stocking Fund has raised nearly $36,000 during the first three days of its annual "10 Days of Giving" campaign.Wednesday’s donations, more than $13,000,  places the 10-day campaign …
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Bradley to recognize stars Howard, Scott Friday

As the Bradley-Cleveland hoop rivalry begins a new chapter Friday evening, the host Bears and Bearettes will take time to honor a pair of former standouts.Before an expected overflow crowd at Jim …

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Christmas Marketplace features kids’ creations

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Christmas Marketplace featuring kids’ creations It’s a great time of year to support young entrepreneurs! The Kid Entrepreneur Christmas Marketplace is offering youngsters an opportunity to sell the handicrafts, artwork and one-of-a-kind gifts, all made by local homeschoolers.

Voices of Lee to present “Home for Christmas” Concert

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  The Lee University a cappella group Voices of Lee will present “Home for Christmas,” a concert featuring both secular and sacred songs, on Thursday, Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m. in Pangle …

Cookbook author Anne Byrn to be at Athens book signing

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Anne Byrn, author of the Cake Mix Doctor series of cookbooks, will be visiting neighboring McMinn County this week, greeting fellow baking enthusiasts at Greeks Bearing Gifts, a fine gift shop in …

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