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Lynda Phillips: The girl next door who loves people
Lynda Phillips loves people. She loves getting to see people any time she’s away from home, whether she is showing off her scrapbooking skills, competing in sports or working at Lee University. Her...
Aug 12, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend
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Bryan Reed uncovers local historical figure
By the time Bryan Reed attended the National Rosenwald Schools Conference: 100 Years of Pride, Progress, and Preservation on June 14-16 in Tuskegee, Ala., the associate professor of History at Clev...
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When facing Alzheimer's: A sister's story
The last time Della Harvey ever saw her late sister, she offered her a hug. Her sister's response was to violently push her away. She just didn't remember who the person trying to hug her was anymo...
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Local autism center seeking school supplies for special needs children
The Cleveland-Chattanooga Autism Center is having a school supply drive for special needs children at Broad Street United Methodist Church, 263 Broad St., Cleveland, on Aug. 11 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m...
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Senior Olympian Ed Leech sets state records
Cleveland resident Ed Leech won six medals in this year’s Tennessee state Senior Olympics and set two state records. Now that he has placed in both his regional and state competitions, he is making...
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Terri McCarthey: Bringing ‘Sunshine’ to kids and seniors
Terri McCarthey moved her family “a little bit further north” to Cleveland about six years ago to escape the summer heat for which her home state is known. What the Sherman, Texas, native also move...
Aug 01, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend
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Ashlynne Bryant makes a ‘whirlwind’ change toward success
Once the whirling devastation of the April 27th tornadoes gave way to a calm silence in Cleveland, teenager Ashlynne Bryant was among those who found her house and all her belongings gone. The only...
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Fitness reigns for Dawniel King
When Dawniel King competed in the Team Universe National Physique Committee show and won her pro card for the International Federation of BodyBuilding, she called it the completion of a major dream...
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Ector Ward explores justice and forgiveness in new book
Ector Ward believes there are two sides to every story, and a story to each of those sides. That’s a philosophy the self-taught author uses to flesh out characters in her writing, but there are two...
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Remembering Connie Bridges: Distance Rider
It only takes one encounter with a special person to make you realize how wonderful it is to be alive and to have met that rare individual whose life somehow changed yours. For author Gay Moore, th...
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