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Wacker Polysilicon plans to fill 60 positions at its Charleston plant, company officials told the Cleveland Daily Banner.Wacker Chemical Corp. CEO David Wilhoit and Ken Collins,  site leader at …
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Bradley County has more COVID-19 cases than ever with 3,837 active cases. The Tennessee Department of Health released its weekly report on Wednesday, Jan. 26, reflecting cases reported between …

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Mustangs wrestle to first-ever district championship

The Walker Valley wrestlers celebrated a pair of milestones Wednesday inside “The Stable.” The Mustangs celebrated Senior Night and capped the evening with their first-ever district …

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Matheny filling social media with his music

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His stormy start to life may have contributed to Gary Matheny’s attitude that “life happens.” An accomplished book writer, he is tuning up another type of whirlwind in social media with the music he writes.

'Bohemian Rhapsody: Suk, Kodály and Smetana' on tap

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String Theory at the Hunter, in partnership with Lee University and the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, will continue its 13th season at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, with “Bohemian …

Lee’s Presidential Concert Series to host Escher String Quartet

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Lee University is pleased to welcome the Escher String Quartet for the next installment of the 2021-22 Presidential Concert Series. The performance will take place on Thursday, Feb. 3, at 7:30 …

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