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Jennifer Hardison shared a photo of a crane. more
“The City With Spirit” is celebrating its own birthday this fall and, at the same time, sending a birthday gift to one of the country’s most famous spiritual leaders.Thank you Cleveland City … more
Lee University students weren't scared to pay it forward during the annual Tricks or Treats event at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford. The students handed out refreshments and filled up plates, helped with craft tables and did face painting at the assisted living community. Morning Pointe invites kids, students and young adults to spend time with the residents on their favorite holidays to embrace intergenerational programming as part of the life enrichment program. Lee University students included Brett Weinert, Emily Velie, Emily Miller, Devin Marshall, Kimberly Kroemer, Katie White, Brandon Webb, Andersen Bennett and Chase Blackburn. more
Aundrell Hall, 60, of Cleveland, died Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017.  Survivors and arrangements will be announced by  Companion Funeral Home. more
James J. Miessau more
The end of the world is near. Again! For centuries, doomsdayers and self-styled prophets have claimed to know about the end of the world, emphasizing their version of the apocalypse will come … more
While Walker Valley put its proud defense to the test, the power of Signal Mountain was too much to handle on the volleyball court. Against a towering opponent led by UTC commit Maia Rackel, the … more
ON?TAPThursday, Oct. 12FOOTBALLRegion 2-6AMaryville at Ooltewah, 7SOCCERDistrict 5-AAA?TournamentChampionship matchBradley Central at Walker Valley, 5VOLLEYBALLTSSAA?Class AAA?SectionalsBlackman at … more
Sunday, Oct. 15SOCCERLee (W) at Montevallo (Ala.), 2Lee (M) at Montevallo (Ala.), 3:30Monday, Oct. 16BOWLINGBradley Central at East Hamilton, 3:30FOOTBALLBradley Central (JV) at Ooltewah, 6Knox … more
A fundraiser for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital will be held at Clingan Ridge Baptist Church in the fellowship building, Guthrie Ave., on Oct. 28 from 3 to 7 p.m. All items are … more
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