CSCC takes part in mass casualty drill

In the event of a mass casualty incident, the clock will be ticking and tensions can run high for first responders.Equipping the next generation of health professionals with experience to rely upon …
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Obsidian and Pearl looking for new homes

It's a special day for … 3-25-23

John Hoyt Pippenger, who is celebrating his birthday Saturday … Dale and Mary Frances Pendergrass, who will celebrate their 53rd wedding anniversary Sunday.

Jetport's Fidler awarded lifetime achievement award

When  Mark Fidler was  attending a Tennessee Aeronautics Commission banquet earlier this month, where he was enjoying spending time with his peers in the aviation industry, something caught …

Fleischmann co-leads nuclear energy committee

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep Chuck Fleischmann (TN-03), co-chairman of the Advanced Nuclear Caucus and Fusion Energy Caucus, helped introduce a bipartisan resolution expressing Congress’ …

AFC Urgent Care celebrates a decade of service in Cleveland

AFC Urgent Care is excited to announce its 10-year anniversary in serving Cleveland. Since opening its doors in 2013, AFC Urgent Care has served more than 90,000 patients and was named Cleveland’s …
Latest Sports
    • SB Lady Flames split twinbill

      The Lee University softball team earned a doubleheader split with Mississippi College on Friday evening, at Butler Field. The Lady Flames won …

    • Soccer 'Stangs bolting out of the gate

      EDITOR'S NOTE: This story will updated when Saturday's match results are available.Walker Valley's soccer stallions have burst out of the gate …

    • Errors prove costly for Flames

      Visiting Mississippi College took advantage of a pair of Lee errors in the second inning and put three runs on the board, never looking back in …

    • Lee has 8 on All-Academic list

      BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Eight Lee University Student Athletes were named to the Gulf South Conference Winter All-Academic teams the league office …


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Dear Annie: Protecting my kids from my parents

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Dear Annie: Let me start off by saying I got married at 19 and divorced at 24. My ex-husband and I had three kids during this time, two females and one male. I got remarried at 26 and had a son. My second husband already had three girls from previous relationships. One of his girls I have never met because her mom moved to Texas, however, his other daughters and I get along great.

Hints from Heloise: Organizing makes mornings easy

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Dear Heloise: I just read the article in your column about how to organize your closet. As the mom of a young child, I needed to be very organized. On Sunday afternoons, I would take out my ironing board and go through my closet to select five outfits for the week. If anything needed pressing, I did it then. I chose which jewelry I wanted to wear with the individual outfits, put them into individual sandwich bags and hung them on the hanger with the outfit they went with.

WVHS/Lee alumnus Carlos Rising competes on 'The Voice'

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"Turn around … every now and then I get a little bit lonely."The lyrics to Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of The Heart" must run through the minds of every performer on NBC's "The Voice," and for …

This Week in History 3-25-23

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BEGIN COURTHOUSE DEMOLITION TODAY: They started tearing down the courthouse today. The first actual demolition of the building, which has played a part in many local dramas, came when a workman removed the cornerstone with sledgehammer and chisel. 

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