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Shirley Sue Hicks, 68, of Cleveland, died on Sunday. Sept. 2, 2018, in a local hospital.

MARSHALL RADFORD shared this photo of a lily pad. more
Mia Hollingsworth has certainly made the most of the first quarter of her senior season and Wednesday night was no different as she scored twice and delivered a pair of assists to lead the No. 21 Lee … more

James “Jim” Edgar Snyder Jr., 83, died on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, at his home.

The time is getting short to submit applications for the 2018 Bradley County Sheriff’s Office [S.O.S] Summer Camps. The camp is a free weeklong program consisting of a mix of indoor and outdoor activities with a strong emphasis on ethics and decisionmaking. The program is designed for grades three through eight. more
Tricia Hall, Violet Bonner, Kathy Doss and Holly Kesley, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Dewey Preston Parks, who is celebrating his 53rd birthday today. more

There will be a special healing service Sunday, 2 p.m., at Community Chapel Church, 1807 Blythe Ave., Cleveland. Danny Brown and Kadie Baker will be speaking. For more information, call 479-2143.

Congratulations to Polk County’s Linebacker Alex Pell for being named the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. Alex is the starting center for the Polk County Wildcats and also does double duty … more
Curtis Lee Kapteina, 31, of Old Fort, died on Monday, Sept. 3, 2018, at his home.Survivors and arrangements will be announced later by Companion Funeral Home.  more
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