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Carson Church, a fifth-grader at Black Fox Elementary, took this picture of a beautiful flower still shining strong in the mist of fall, while in photography club. more
It was music appreciation day at the Rotary Club of Cleveland Tuesday when Chattanooga Symphony principal pops conductor and music director emeritus Bob Bernhardt took the lectern armed not with a … more
Sharon Guy shared this bouquet of the last of her dahlias. more
A representative of Palmer Insurance Solutions was one of the speakers Monday for  the Bradley County Interagency Council. Rebecca Palmer, sales agent with Palmer Insurance, explained  her … more
tabatha holder took this photo as she drove from North Carolina to Tellico. “Amazing view of the mountains.” more
Changes to Bradley County’s Emergency Medical Services are scheduled for Jan. 1, including a move from eight-hour shifts to 12-hour shifts for employees. more
The Bradley County Juvenile Court and the Juvenile Recovery Program were the focus of this week's presentation at the Cleveland Kiwanis luncheon at the downtown Elks Lodge.Magistrate Ashley Gaither, … more
Benton Signs to Lee Anglers   Lee University recently signed Blaze Benton to its fly fishing team, Lee Anglers. Family, friends, and fellow team members gathered in Walker Arena in support of the team’s newest addition.    “Blaze Benton is an extremely talented and gifted athlete,” said Dr. Guy DeLoach, Lee Anglers coach and associate professor of business at Lee. “His fly fishing skills are some of the best we have seen in a young man coming out of high school. We are fortunate to have him on the team, and he will assist us in moving our program forward.”   Benton is a Cleveland local and graduate of Bradley Central High. He began fly fishing four years ago during his freshman year of high school. Benton has traveled across the United States to places such as Alaska, Colorado, New Mexico, and North Carolina while honing his skill.   “I am very thankful to be a part of such an incredible team,” said Benton. “I look at the next four years as an excellent opportunity to grow in Christ, to represent Lee through the amazing sport of fly fishing, and hopefully expand the team in ways that will benefit it years after I have been on it.”   The university created their fly fishing program in spring 2014 in conjunction with the International Federation of Fly Fishers (IFFF). DeLoach heads the program.   “Blaze is an incredible addition to our team and Lee University,” said Chachi Avirett, Lee Anglers assistant coach and director of TRAIL Ministries, a local outdoor discipleship ministry. “He is humble, hilarious, and an avid fly fisher that brings out the best in others. He is young, but he is already showing a talent level that way surpasses his age.”   According to DeLoach, Lee’s fly fishing team continues to expand in popularity on campus. Over 130 students have attended the introductory fly fishing class and intermediate class, with several going on to compete on the team.   “For the 2018-19 academic year we are expecting the team to excel both on and off the water,” said DeLoach. “We have matches scheduled this year with Penn State, UTK, Western Carolina, and several other regional universities.”    Lee Anglers went undefeated in 2017 and only one loss in the 2018 spring season. The team is sponsored by several of the sport’s leading companies such as COSTA sunglasses, Orvis, Redington, Sage, SIMMS, and Winston Rods.      Off the water, the team will be conducting several service projects for TRAIL ministries and “Casting for Hope,” a cancer research foundation.   For more information about Lee University's fly fishing program and team, contact DeLoach at gdeloach@leeuniversity.edu.     PHOTO: (1) more
From left are Beecher Hunter, Life Care president; Herlinda Cartagena, certified nursing assistant at Life Care Center of Plano, Texas; Marie Brantley, CNA at Heritage Health Care Center in Globe, Ariz.; Allen Phillips, CNA at Life Care Center of Pueblo, Colo.; RJ Jones, physical therapy assistant at Life Care Center of Jacksonville, Fla.; Tyrone Bryant, maintenance director at Life Care Center of Hilton Head, S.C.; Joe Leal, nurse at Life Care Center of Treasure Valley in Boise, Idaho; Tammi Conner, marketing director at Life Care Center of Osawatomie, Kan.; and Connie Costa, activities assistant at Life Care Center of Raynham, Mass. more
Roy “Peno” Odom will celebrate his 85th birthday on Monday, Sept. 24. He is married to Jewel. He has four children: Doug, David, Dennis and Dana; six grandchildren and eight … more
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