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Soggy Black Friday dampens shopper turnout

Cleveland shoppers were tightfisted with their money on Black Friday, as inflation  threatens to chip away at holiday spending budgets.The day after Thanksgiving, long considered the biggest …
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Thousands of discarded tires removed from illegal dump sites

Volunteers and others have helped collect more than 10,000 illegally dumped tires inside Bradley County over the past 12 months.The latest of these tires removed were 1,246 at an illegal dumpsite …

Operation Christmas Child collects nearly 30,000 boxes locally

Children all around the world will have a happier Christmas as they receive shoeboxes filled with gifts from all across the country through Operation Christmas Child, with nearly 30,000 of them …

AP Today in History 11-26-22

Today is Saturday, Nov. 26, the 330th day of 2022. There are 35 days left in the year.

Area 'celebrities' bag groceries for good cause

Turkeys, canned goods, fresh vegetables and pies were flying off the shelves and into customers' shopping carts at Food City on Keith Street in Cleveland on Tuesday, Nov. 22, in preparation for …

Christmas Parade set for Dec. 3; entry forms available

Entries are now being accepted for MainStreet Cleveland's Christmas Parade set for 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3. The downtown Christmas parade is one of Cleveland’s longest running and most …
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    • WV wins Silverdale tournament finales

      CHATTANOOGA – Both Walker Valley basketball teams closed out the week of Thanksgiving the right way Wednesday. Competing in the …

    • Lee's Hampton named GSC POW

      BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — After helping the Lee University women's basketball team to two wins on the road to start Gulf South Conference play, …

    • UT defending self to NCAA

      Tennessee is defending itself against the NCAA's Level I charge of failing to monitor the football program, saying former coach Jeremy Pruitt …

    • Scoreboard 11-25

      Friday, Nov. 25BASKETBALLCleveland State (M) at Wallace State (Ala.), TBAErie Insurance GirlsThanksgiving Classicat Jim Smiddy ArenaHamilton …

    • Check Into Cash Player of the Week 11-24-22

      Congratulations to
 Bradley Central senior Bryson Terrell on being named the  Check Into Cash Player of the …

    • Bearette GOAT visits alma mater

      Some special visitors showed up for Bradley Central's basketball games Tuesday as just a little after the girls' game started WNBA Rookie of the …

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THIS WEEK IN HISTORY 11-26-22

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Get a senior a great gift this year

4 days ago
Dear Heloise: I read your column about gifts and wanted to share some ideas I've discovered. I will be 90 in November. I live independently, but no longer drive. While the suggestions so far were good, I've found that I don't need many "things" anymore. I much prefer gift cards. The hair salon is a big one, but grocery and retail stores are also welcome.

Aging in Place program helps local homeowners

5 days ago
Freeda Davis admits she doesn’t move around as well as she did in her younger years, and some normal activities are difficult for her. Now, with the help of Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland’s …

Alpha Theta honors Donna Urban

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