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Phil Wallis finds his creative niche in woodworking
“Orange heart, red heart, lemonwood. Lemonwood was cool, but too expensive.” Phil Wallis rattles off the list of woods he has worked with and enjoyed. “I love padauk. It’s a burnt orange (color). I...
Apr 10, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 69 69 recommendations | email to a friend
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Winds of change proved to be a blessing
Like many in Bradley County, Pamela Ledford is just getting back on her feet after suffering the loss of her business during the most destructive series of tornadoes ever to touch down in Cleveland...
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Gary Miller on the set of ‘42’
Gary Miller has been a baseball fan since he started playing Little League when he was a boy at a now-demolished field opposite Cooke’s Food Store in Cleveland. When the Chattanooga businessman hea...
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Darby Keith: Preparing for Miss Tennessee USA pageant
Darby Keith will be representing Cleveland as a state finalist in the Miss Tennessee USA pageant later this year. But Darby is not one for waiting until the last minute to be prepared for one of th...
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Local author addresses freedom in ‘Slave to Grace’
In her book, “Slave to Grace,” Joyce Fox writes on the book of Philemon, giving a “novel” interest to the letter from Paul in the New Testament. The subtitle, “Freedom comes in unexpected ways,” po...
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Celebrating the significance of Christ
An increasing number of local churches are focusing more attention on educating people about the life and death of Christ than celebrating his resurrection with Easter egg hunts and offering goodie...
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Casey Stokes: Practicing law from a practical perspective
Practicing law as a criminal defense attorney is not the only thing Casey Stokes does as an officer of the court and defender of the people in the chapel of democracy. Stokes serves as the county a...
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A dark area rising on the Titanic
A descendant of the only black family on the Titanic said she is determined to keep the memory of her ancestors alive, giving them their rightful place in history. Marlie Alberts said she is a desc...
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‘Wizard of Oz:' Missoula Children’s Theatre’s captured kids imagination at Museum Center
The Museum Center at Five Points filled up with laughing munchkins, mysterious magicians, fierce and ferocious flowers, and many other characters on March 23 as 60 local children and teens presente...
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‘SOUVENIRS’ exhibit adds ‘inspiration’ to In-Town Gallery in April
Whether ascending to extreme heights in search of the perfect photograph, or lounging on a beach collecting seashells, two Chattanooga artists explored these geographic opposites as more than just ...
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