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The legacy of a Tuskegee Airman
His father was a Tuskegee Airman, a no-nonsense disciplinarian who put a premium on education and excellence. As Anthony Murdic reflected on his father’s accomplishments, the teacher and assistant ...
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Tennessee Trio’s love of cooking — an answer to prayer
The desire to go back to her hometown in Montgomery, W.Va., to do mission work moved Hazel Steele of Cleveland to seek out a way to make that happen. She joined a team from Columbus, Ohio, which ha...
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‘Baubles, Bangles & Beads’ at In-Town Gallery in December
Eleanor Goodson knows how to fill the wish list of holiday shoppers — with her exquisite custom-made jewelry. For 24 years, this master craftsman has designed intricate gold and silver pieces and e...
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Caitlin Hammon to perform in Cleveland
Outstanding soprano soloist returns to her alma mater
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Cleveland’s J. Roddy Walston to perform on ‘Letterman’ Thursday night
A rock band founded in Cleveland will perform on the “Late Show with David Letterman” Thursday night on CBS. J. Roddy Walston and the Business, one of the most cutting-edge rock bands in music toda...
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Surprise marriage proposal raises the romantic bar
It may have been the most elaborate surprise marriage proposal ever in Bradley County when local businessman Rob Alderman shocked girlfriend Ashley Rush with a wedding ring on bended knee at the pr...
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Enchanting ‘Nutcracker’ will dazzle audiences
The Tennessee Youth Ballet, formerly Mountain Laurel Studios, will present “The Nutcracker,” Dec. 7 and 8 at the Dixon Center on the campus of Lee University at 3 p.m. When asked about the ninth an...
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Local youth to sing ‘911 song’ on worldwide broadcast
Tasia Roberts, an 11-year-old Cleveland native, was chosen to sing a new song written by local songwriter T. Hernandez, called “Daddy Come Home,” which will have a worldwide broadcast on the Intern...
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All in the family: What one couple is doing to be closer to ‘home’
David and Valerie Parker can stand in their living room, hand in hand, and watch a picturesque sunrise over the Great Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee. They can bask in the beauty of nature’s maje...
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The Christmas Ballet starts Friday
The Christmas Ballet will be held at the Bradley Central High School Fine Arts Center Friday at 7 p.m., with a Saturday matinee at 2 p.m. According to Connie Gatlin, artistic director, the Clevelan...
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