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Life in the Holy Land
Lee’s volleyball team finds peace in the Middle East
Jul 10, 2011 | 0 0 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend
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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...
Jul 06, 2011 | 0 0 comments | 25 25 recommendations | email to a friend
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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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Old thesis offers new insight: College Hill graduate discovers principal’s 60 year old research
Few people in Cleveland may remember Arlee E. Martin, principal of College Hill High School for more than a decade. But Dr. Cornell D. Lane has discovered a thesis submitted by Martin which gives a...
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A mother tells her story in ‘Revolving Choices’
By BETTIE MARLOWE Banner Staff Writer For 12 years, Evie West said, she has had a burden to write a book to share her story — to “expose myself.” She has spoken of her experiences at churches, conf...
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Centuries Farm families feted at celebration
By BETTIE MARLOWE Banner Staff Writer On June 23 Scottie and Lisa Mayfield hosted Century Farm families from eight counties on the Mayfield Farm. Besides being a time of fellowship among area farme...
Jun 29, 2011 | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend
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Celebrating century-old farms
McMinn County, which was established in 1819, was named for Gov. Joseph McMinn. Athens is the county seat.
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Taking the weight off and fitness on
Losing baby weight might be easier said than done, but Erika Cooke is one mother who took her extra pounds and turned her flab into a fabulous, prize-winning hard body.
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Celebrating century-old farms
EDITOR’S NOTE: In this series, we will visit “Century Farms” in Bradley, Polk and McMinn Counties. In addition to contacts with farm owners, historical information and some photos were obtained fro...
Jun 22, 2011 | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend
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