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Alvin Lee Poore, 81, of Riceville, passed away on Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, at his residence.

ATLANTA (AP) — Ronald Acuña Jr. says he had never before failed to hustle out of the batter's box.Braves manager Brian Snitker made a bold move to make sure it never happens again with the … more
BRISTOL (AP) — When his sponsorship dried up early last season, Matt DiBenedetto took the unique step of making a social media video asking for funding ideas.Denny Hamlin was among those who saw … more
MEDINAH, Ill. (AP) — Staked to a six-shot lead, Justin Thomas spent more time Sunday worrying about what could go wrong than ending 12 months without winning.And right when it started to go wrong, … more
Monday, Aug. 19GOLFBradley Central, Walker Valley at Crossville Boys Tournament (Lake Tansi), 2Greenback, Loudon at Polk County (Chatata Valley), 4:15SOCCERBradley Central (JV) at Cleveland (JV), … more
NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans got their chance to measure themselves against the defending Super Bowl champs with a pair of joint practices and a preseason game.Now it's time to get back to … more
Even with years of experience, moving into a new job is never as easy as one might hope. But, for first-year Blue Raiders coach Marty Wheeler, the transition from Covington to Cleveland is … more
Although it’s having to replace a record-setting quarterback, Bradley Central shouldn’t have any trouble putting points on the scoreboard again this … more
For Bear Nation, there’s a new “gun slinger” in charge of the potent Black-and-Gold offense for the 2019 season. Although he has big shoes to … more
While the Bradley offense only had a trio of starting slots open up, the “Black Hole Defense” graduated seven starters and was dealt a tremendous blow in the spring. “We only have three … more
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