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John Fleming and Kevin Moore cleaning up some fenceline ... Andrew Cook wanting a tennis wall at Tinsley Park, “for lonely tennis players” ... Bri Fairbanks saying she feels there needs to be bette...
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Local company saluting work of first responders
Two local branches of a regional personal finance company are combining efforts to recognize the work of first responders. Cash Express has made it an annual event since Sept. 11, 2001, for its sto...
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A veteran police reporter retires
All good news stories typically begin with a lead that will be impactful. Many of those stories can also begin with the ending. As I reflect on over a decade of following activities and events in B...
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Utility’s FY ’14 electric sales up
Revenues down in water, sewer
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A jewel named Ruby
Original Lee faculty member turns 100
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County growth comes with cost
Future ‘careful consideration’ urged by Jeff Morelock
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CPR survivor reunites with caregivers
Beth Freeman has a second chance at life after surviving cardiac arrest in May. She was reunited recently with responders and hospital staff at SkyRidge Medical Center in Cleveland. Representatives...
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Local restaurants to support Lady Flames’ Kickin’ It for Kids With Cancer
Several local restaurants will be “Kickin’ It” the week of Sept. 8-13 to benefit the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer. Since 2010, Lee University’s Lady Flames have used early-season ...
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Forest Service plans prescribed burns
BENTON — U.S. Forest Service officials at the Cherokee National Forest announced plans to conduct prescribed (control) burns on approximately 1,000 acres in the Ocoee-Hiwassee Ranger District durin...
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$100,000 is available for septic system repairs
Money for septic system repairs is available to residents in certain areas of Bradley County through a grant held by the Southeast Tennessee Resource Conservation and Development Council. “It’s rea...
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Calling all cowpea culinary creations
Cowpea Festival and Cook-off is Saturday in Charleston Park
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Riding for Lungs

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The Brilliance to perform at Lee on Tuesday
The Brilliance will return to Lee University’s Conn Center stage to perform in chapel on Tuesday, at 10:40 a.m. Founded in 2009, The Brilliance is composed of artists David Gungor and John Arndt. A...
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North Lee Ruritan
Pearl Harbor survivor George Allen and former Korean prisoner of war Bill Norwood spoke at the North Lee Ruritan August meeting. The Ruritan members were fascinated and inspired by the stories of t...
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Three trustees added to TCPS board
Dr. Bill Balzano, president of Tennessee Christian Preparatory School, announced three nominees have been voted on to the board of trustees. According to Balzano, “It is a delight to welcome three ...
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