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Surviving one day at a time: Officer Brian McCamis said he is thankful for community support
Although Bradley County Deputy Sheriff Brian McCamis is a public servant, he would be the first to admit that it was the public who served him best in his hour of need, raising nearly $12,000 to ai...
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‘End of the Road’ exhibit to be at In-Town Gallery
Gay M. Arthur, known for her Chattanooga architectural paintings, will exhibit a series of new oil paintings featuring abandoned vehicles on the front wall at In-town Gallery, 261 Frazier Ave., Cha...
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Janie Bryant’s designs on Hollywood: The genius behind ‘Mad Men’ costumes has much more up her sleeve for 2015
She was named 2013 Style Awards TV Costume Designer of the Year and one of Business Insider’s 24 People Who Determine What’s Cool in America. But what’s really cool about designer Janie Bryant is h...
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Willie and Renee Jenkins:
When Willie and Renee Jenkins decided to name their family restaurant Yesterday’s at Willie’s Deli, the Cleveland couple said they wanted to capture the feeling, flavors and fun of yesterday with t...
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Author examines self-worth in ‘I Know My Name is Love’
Margaret Cate has just released her first book, “I Know My Name is Love,” a book geared to children of all ages. She said her inspiration came from volunteering in both a children’s hospital and a ...
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Taking the law ‘into his own hands’
After 25 years in law enforcement, John Dailey decided in favor of a new career that may bring the practice of law and order closer to him than when he served as a detective. Meet attorney-at-law J...
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Fashion fundraiser benefits needy children
The 2014 River Worship Center’s Fall Fashion Show at Lee University’s Dixon Center lived up to many expectations, raising $12,566 for Mercy’s Door Children’s Homes to benefit needy youths relying o...
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Nate Davis ‘preaches’ the Word with hip-hop
Nate Davis (aka Zero Doubt) and his wife, Crystal, are working to perfect Christian music. His third album came out in July, celebrated with an album release party at The Venue Creekside. He and Cr...
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Brenda Gregory: Waiting for a heart transplant
Brenda Gregory has her bags packed and her cellphone handy, as she waits for that call telling her to get to the hospital for her heart transplant. She has lived with her heart problems since 1996 ...
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Judge John E. Williams opens up about living, dying and dealing with loss
Submitted by Ashley Ownby Renaissance men are becoming a rare breed in America, even rarer among barristers in the legal profession. That would make John Everett Williams, a Court of Criminal Appea...
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