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Feisty Fillies bolt to 20th win

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Facing a team that had scored 38 times the previous two nights and not having their No. 1 pitcher didn't bother Walker Valley, as the defending state runners-up stayed perfect in District 5-AAA play …

Cougars stand tall against Shorter JV

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ROME, Ga. — The Cleveland State baseball Cougars stretched their winning streak to five games Wednesday with a 12-1 triumph over the Shorter University junior varsity squad in Rome, Ga.Tucker …
Obituaries More

Rolley Arthur

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Rolley Mae Moore Arthur, 82, of Cleveland, died Tuesday, April 16, 2019. The family will receive friends from 6 until 9 p.m. Friday at the Jim Rush Funeral and Cremation Services, Wildwood …

Martha Bennett

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Martha Bennett, 78, of Cleveland, died on Wednesday evening, April 17, 2019, in a local hospital.Survivors and arrangements will be announced later by the Cleveland chapel of Companion Funeral Home.


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LEE UNIVERSITY recently hosted Lee Day, the university’s annual preview weekend for prospective students and their families. To conclude the Lee Day festivities, the university hosted a worship rally where eight students received scholarships. Cameron Smart from Weaverville, North Carolina received a $5,000 scholarship. Savannah Martin from Charlotte, North Carolina received a meal plan for 21 meals per week. Jacob Browning from Thompson’s Station; Elijah Joyce from Swan’s Island, Maine; Garrett Potts from Dora, Alabama; and Emily Schaffer from Independence, Kentucky, each received a $3,000 scholarship. Transfer students Christina Buchanan of Taylor, South Carolina, and Israel Molina of Miami, Florida, also received $3,000 scholarships. From left are Smart, Joyce, Browning, Schaffer, Potts, Martin, Molina and Buchanan. For the first time, Lee also hosted a reception for local high school students on Thursday evening, where eight students each received a $1,000 scholarship. The recipients include Mikayla Beasley, Matthew Black, Alexis Griffey, Mandy Houghton, Samuel Hunter, Samuel Luke Mercer, Broderick Philips, and Fathe Spiers.  

4-18 Church Activities

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“It is Finished,” an Easter cantata, will be presented Sunday at 6 p.m., at Benton United Methodist Church. The church choir is under the direction of Wendell Richardson. 


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