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Family Works                       [February 24, 2019] Speaking on comparison    I still consider surviving middle … more
Justin Thomas was recently promoted to the role of county director for UT/TSU Extension Bradley County as of Feb. 1. He is using his background in family and health science to improve the positive … more
While many people take up needlepoint or crossword puzzles in their 80s, Opal Deverell,  82, competes in the Athens Senior Olympics. She has taken home the gold for five straight years.The … more
Everyone deals with trauma differently, but many aren’tsure of where to start. For Bridgett Dallas, a local author and sexual abuse survivor, healing came through writing. Specifically, writing her … more
Cleveland-Athens Cotillion host 56th Annual Holly Ball Celebration The Cleveland-Athens Cotillion held its 56th annual Holly Ball on Dec. 29, 2018 at the Cleveland Country Club. The social occasion was celebrated with Dr. James Patterson Stone, serving as master of ceremonies. He is the husband of 41 years to Barbara Brittian Stone and the father of Jessica Stone, presented as a debutante in the 2015 Cleveland-Athens Holly Ball. Nine young ladies were presented at the special event: more
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BREMERTON, Wash. — It’s not infrequent for hospital corpsmen in varied career stages to share a common connection. Such proved to be the case for Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Blake Chastain, who was selected as Naval Hospital Bremerton Sailor of the Quarter. more
Jean Cross, Sunshine FCE member and Bradley County Council FCE president, was recognized with a first place at the Eastern Region FCE Poetry Creative Writing competition. more
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