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The annual Easter sunrise service at the Star Vue Drive In will be held at 5:30 on Easter morning, the Rev. Robert Jordan has announced. “The public is invited to participate in this service and people are encouraged to come as they are, as they will remain in their cars,” the minister said. “The service will be held regardless of weather conditions.” He said the offering received will go to Church Overseas Relief. Pre-Easter services will be held Wednesday through Friday at First Presbyterian Church and Communion will be served Thursday. Services begin at 7:30. more
For more than two decades, On Point has delivered assistance to students in Southeast Tennessee.Two Cleveland members of the  organization headquartered in Chattanooga visited the Cleveland … more
Library corner -  Week of April 1, 2018 more
The BaCON Festival is scheduled for Saturday, April 14. Organizers and event staff said they are ready for and eagerly anticipating a massive turnout. Despite the numerous obstacles and … more
An Ohio man is searching for his wife's natural twin to surprise her for the sisters' birthday. Sharon Gail Eubanks was born in Cleveland, Tenn., on May 9, 1958. She was adopted.After doing an … more
Brandon and Amber McKinney of Georgetown announce the birth of their 7-pound, 4-ounce and 20-inches son, Karson Heath, on Monday, April 2, 2018. Karson is the brother of Kenzie McKinney. He is the grandson of Patricia Millaway of Cleveland, Terry McKinney of Birchwood and Tim and Patty Hatfield of Decatur. more
Ocoee Chapter DAR members attended the Nancy Ward Dedication Day near Benton.  From left are Jane Lucchesi, Debra Hamilton, Vice-regent Joanne Swafford, Regent Leigh Ann Boyd, and Gussie Ridgeway. more
To The Editor:I was wondering. Why does the cost of living go up 12 percent, but Social Security only rises 2 percent? And that small increase is taken by medical costs which are outrageous to begin … more
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