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Kelley Hunt Cates, 58, of Cleveland, passed away on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018.  ,She was born on Aug. 5, 1960 to the late William E. and Mildred G. Hunt.  Kelley was a lifelong resident of … more

After extensive discussion, including the presentation of a petition from neighboring residents opposing it, the Bradley County Commission approved a rezoning request for a proposed subdivision off Old Parksville Road. The vote was 12-2 in favor of the rezoning request.

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Lee University’s Dr. Joong Han (Jonathan) Jung, assistant professor of piano, and Dr. Joohae Kim, piano instructor, will present a recital on Tuesday, performing works by Mozart, Camille … more
A public hearing was held by the Cleveland Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization on Thursday, to discuss a grant that will be submitted for a proposed extension to the Cleveland/Bradley … more
QUOTE"Both coaches and both teams know each other pretty well. At this point you have to make the necessary adjustments, and it worked in our favor tonight.”— Lady Raiders coach Patricia … more
WV QUOTE“I am proud of the guys for continuing to fight for each other. This season has been hard and tough on them. Good things will come if they can continue to stay together. We keep … more
For the second year in a row, Polk County's girl's soccer program stands one win away from a trip to the TSSAA Class A State Championships.A new chapter to the history books was etched as Polk won … more
ATHENS — Athens Community Theatre is pleased to present a summer 2018 production of Harper Lee’s classic "To Kill a Mockingbird" – adapted for the stage by Christopher Sergel – on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 17 and 18, and 24 and 25 (at 7:30 p.m), and Sunday, Aug. 19 and 26, at 2 p.m. at The Arts Center.  
           
ACT’s production of "To Kill a Mockingbird" is directed by ACT veteran, Autumn Carusillo, who last directed a one act play in ACT’s 2016 show Win/Lose/Draw. 
  
The cast stars Jason Carusillo as Atticus Finch and Jonathan Berry as Tom Robinson, with newcomers Cynthia McCowan as Calpurnia, Coltyn Parks as Jem, and Emma Stratton as Scout.  
  
The cast also includes ACT veteran actors Sophia Chamberlain as Dill, Whitney Kimball Coe as Maudie Atkinson, Shelley Griffith as Walter Cunningham, Josh Bragg as Reverend Sykes, Judi Griffith, Stephanie Crawford, Bailey Dufty as Nathan Radley and Boo Radley, Brad Jewell as Mr. Gilmer, and Katie Bragg as Mayella Ewell. 
  
ACT is excited to welcome the return of Lauren Trew as Jean Louise, last seen in ACT’s production of "Our Town" in the 1980s, and to welcome Ben Burchfield as Heck Tate, Barbara Morgan as Mrs. Dubose, Megan Mooney as Helen Robinson, Wade Stone as Judge Taylor, and Brad McKenzie as Bob Ewell,  
  
Set in 1935, this play illustrates the social issues of this time period as the black people of the community have a special feeling about Scout's father. In her youthful innocence, she does not know why. A few of her white friends are inexplicably hostile, and Scout doesn't understand this either. Things do get bitter, leading up to drastic measures and eventually culminate in a legal battle with a result that is part defeat, part triumph. more
Craig Wayne Boyd, Season 7 winner of "The Voice," will headline the seventh annual International Cowpea Festival and Cook-off, presented by Bush Brothers & Company and set for Saturday, Sept. 8, … more
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