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Bears 'flat' in loss to No. 4 Irish

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No one can ever say Bradley Central head wrestling coach Ben Smith ducks tough competition.

Mustangs come up just short against 'Canes

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The Mustangs might have come out on the short end of a 39-37 final, but the effort from several of his wrestlers was good to see for Walker Valley head coach Al Morris.
Obituaries More

Mary E. Betancourt

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Mary E. Betancourt, 84, of Cleveland, died Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020, at her home. Survivors and funeral arrangements will be announced by Fike-Randolph & Son Funeral Home.

Dorothy Casteel

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Dorothy Casteel Dorothy JoAnn Curtright Casteel, 78, of Cleveland, passed away Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020, at her residence. Born in Illinois, she spent the majority of her life in Bradley County. She retired as a nurse from Bradley Healthcare and Rehab. She was a longtime member of First Lutheran Church. She enjoyed traveling with her husband and spending time with her family. She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Ella Curtright; husband, William “Bill” Casteel; brother, Gilbert Scott; and sisters: Jean Frahm and Linda Mize. Survivors include her three children: William Kenneth Casteel Jr., and Nicole Barker, both of Cleveland, and Heather Jett and husband, Tim of Maryville; seven grandchildren: Crystal McNabb, Nathan Casteel, Kaitlyn Kessler, Jasmine Barker, Zachery Barker, Ella Jett and Dane Jett; eight great-grandchildren: Evan McNabb, Madison McNabb, Reagan McNabb, Caleb Casteel, Corban Casteel, Brylee Scoggins Landon Kessler and Madeline Kessler; and several nieces and nephews.


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