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Serving where needed most
When they arrived in Cleveland some 53 years ago, George and Gladys Mayborn did not come in search of a safe community, fame, fortune or even to find gainful employment due to a slow economy out West.
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Carol Kivler shares her journey into depression
Author answers the question: ‘Will I Ever Be the Same Again?’ in new book
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Educator shares history as he lived it
Who would have known that one of Cleveland’s institutions of higher learning sits on what used to be farmland where a moonshine still was once operated. This is one of the facts shared by Alexander...
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The Davis twins turn 86
Martha Irene Cavitt and Jane Lorraine Villarreal, better known as “The Davis Twins,” turned 86 last week. Judging from their good humor and rolling laughter, one would not suspect they were a day o...
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Bringing American folklore to life
Davy Crockett may be alive and well in the annals of American folklore, but Bill Gatlin is breathing new life into the “king of the wild frontier” along with legendary brawler and boatman Mike Fink...
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Mason Cross: Filmmaker on the horizon
When moviemakers like Steven Spielberg and J.J. Abrams first made amateur 8 mm films in their youth, little did they know they would inspire a new generation of film students across the country. Am...
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Life in the Holy Land
Lee’s volleyball team finds peace in the Middle East
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A child’s dream to walk: Grayson Harris takes a giant step toward recovery
Grayson Harris, the 6-year-old student at Black Fox Elementary who was diagnosed with a rare condition of the hip called Perthes disease, is one step closer to walking a happy road to recovery than...
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Lydia Carter: A priceless teacher money can’t buy
Preparing a generation of students to compete academically with the rest of the world and face the future with knowledge, innovation and dedication is not a goal worth sacrificing for personal or p...
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Tragedy turns to victory for ‘Brady Bunch’: Local family allows love to overcome family loss
Tresa Brady’s sister, Myra, was supposed to come to Selma, Ala., because their mother who adopted them was dying of esophageal cancer. The doctors had told the family to see their terminally belove...
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