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Monster-sized flag coming for June 11 veterans ceremony

A second ceremony to honor Vietnam Veterans has been scheduled for June 11, leading up to the national celebration of Flag Day. Organizers say it is only fitting that a flag-folding ceremony be a …
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      ALLENDALE, Mich. — The Lee University track & field teams competed in six events on the first day of competition at the NCAA Division II Men's …

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      MURFREESBORO — The toughest competition at the TSSAA Class AAA State Track & Field Meet Thursday was Mother Nature.As she has all week, the …

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Three more COVID deaths in Bradley

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Bradley County’s COVID-19 cases have increased by 201 and three deaths over the past month, according to the latest report by the Tennessee Department of Health. As of May 21, Bradley had …

Vascular care services extended

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Tennova Healthcare - Cleveland and University Surgical Associates are now working together to offer extended vascular care services. Vascular specialists focus on the diagnosis and treatment of all …

Virtual Alzheimer's conference aimed at Tennesseans

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NEW YORK — The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) will host a free virtual Alzheimer’s educational conference for Tennessee residents on Wednesday, June 15, from 11 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. EDT …

Polk 4-H members excel

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Polk County 4-H members won several awards at the recent Sub Region Project Achievement competition in which 13 Polk County 4-H members competed Rhea County. Qualifying 4-H members from eight …
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