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Rebekah and Andrew Peck of Cleveland announce the birth of Wlliam Taylor Clark, their 21-inch, 6-pound, 11-ounce son, on Dec. 2, 2017, at Tennova Healthcare. Grandparents are Michael and Angela Cofer, James and April Humhrey and Roger and Pam Wright, all of Clevland, and Marvin Peek of Nashville. more
The tragedy of Hurricane Harvey — while displacing them from their homes in Houston —has brought Scott and Dorothy Phillips to a new home, Cleveland. Scott and Dorothy are 87 and … more
The Cleveland-Athens Cotillion will hold the annual Holly Ball on Dec. 29. Dr. John Sterrette Jaggers III M.D., will be the emcee at the event to be held at the Cleveland Country Club.   Eight young ladies will be presented at the 55th Holly Ball. The debutantes are: more
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ZUMBA The library offers free Zumba classes every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday morning at 8:10 a.m. more
CROSSVILLE — Going to play basketball on Cumberland Mountain is always a tough challenge.That proved true again Friday evening for Bradley Central’s hoop squads, who came out victorious but got … more
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With a lockdown defense and yet another big night for junior forward Dionte Ware, the Blue Raiders stretched their win streak to five games and were able to provide 11th year head coach Jason McCowan … more
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – The Lady Flames passed their first road test of the Gulf South Conference (GSC) schedule with a 77-74 defeat of The University of Alabama in Huntsville Saturday afternoon. Lee … more
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