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During the month of October, there are feline specials at the SPCA of Bradley County. Adult cats will be $35, kittens $50, or two kittens for $60. Adoptions will include spay/neuter, up to date vaccines including rabies, general dewormings, up to date on flea/tick prevention, a microchip with a lifetime registration, and 30 days of pet insurance. Every October cat adoption will also include a goody bag and a bag of cat food to get you started. The Owens family took advantage of this awesome special and added two fabulous felines to their family: "Happy Tails Britney" and "Dolly Purrton." more
Laura Eleanor WilsonLaura Eleanor Weakley Wilson was born April 1, 1925, in Nashville, the third child and second daughter born to Marshal and Althea Weakley.She grew up in Nashville and was educated … more
On Nov. 4, Lee University’s Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences named Marc Morris its Alumnus of the Year during the annual department breakfast at Homecoming 2017. more
Just as the ranks of World War II veterans are diminishing, so is the number of planes which carried them into enemy territory as they fought against the evils of the Axis powers. Especially … more
Larry Kennedy more
Cleveland First Church of the Nazarene, 2712 Henderson Ave., will have homecoming Sunday at 10 a.m. Dr.  Ron McCormack will be speaking and Redeemed from Treveca with be doing the … more
Logan Kennedy Logan Kennedy, 18, passed away on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017, with his loving girlfriend, Katelyn Woods. He loved fishing and animals. Logan also had a great passion for cars. At … more
Fellowship of Praise Church of God will celebrate Pastor Sam and Beaulah Hall’s seven-year anniversary at the church. Guest speaker will be Jeanie Brown, of Pikeville. The community is welcome. … more
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