Christmas Parade marches Saturday

The 2021 MainStreet Cleveland Christmas parade attracted nearly 12,000 watchers, which may have been a record, and organizers hope to match and exceed that number this Saturday, Dec. 3.Beginning at 6 …
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American Indian Heritage Month 11-19-22

In recognition of November as National American Indian Heritage Month, Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks and Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis recently issued a joint proclamation, presenting it to the Chestuee and Ocoee Chapters of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.

Book traces family's trek west

Jimmy McAbee recently donated copies of "The Moccasin Speaks" to Polk County's East and West Polk Libraries.The novel, by Arlene Feldman Jauken, tells the story of McAbee's ancestors, the German …

Ad hoc committee trudges through septic repair grant parameters

Bradley County residents facing septic system issues will soon be eligible for relief.On Monday, Nov. 28, the Bradley County Septic System Cost Sharing ad hoc committee made several recommendations …

Lee University receives grant for Project Puentes

Lee University has received a $10,000 grant from Interfaith America for Project Puentes, a co-curricular program of both the intercultural studies and the TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other …

First Presbyterian Church hosts Moravian Lovefeast

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Lee celebrates 75th anniversary of return to Cleveland

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Lee University celebrated the 75th anniversary of its return to Cleveland by holding a private luncheon, on Oct. 19, with respected church and community leaders, along with Lee …

Donation supports CSCC Alumni Community

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Enjoying fall farm festivities

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Though it happens every year, I never grow tired of fall. The slow changing of the leaves, the crisp air inviting us to bonfires, and the warmth of soups, chilis, and all things cozy in our homes. This is a time of change, a time of harvest, and a time of gathering with our loved ones. As we gather, we enjoy traditions and fall festivities that truly make the season!

Don't let your roller clog with hair

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Dear Heloise: I have long hair and have noticed how it has become the current fashion trend, so I thought I'd share this hint. I discovered that having long hair is nearly as bad as having a shaggy long-haired dog in the family! In the past, when I vacuumed the carpets, the roller got filled with innumerable, annoying, tightly wound strands of strong hair that had to be pulled out.
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