COVID-19 active cases in Bradley County soar to 300

COVID-19 active cases continue to increase in Bradley County, more than doubling since last week.Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis gave his weekly COVID report to the Bradley County Commission …
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City schools opening with safety measures

Chief Academic Officer Dr. Jeff Elliott gave a little more insight into what city schools students and parents can expect as their children re-enter the classroom this week.Elliott spoke at the …

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Kinsey, Mustangs shine at Burke Memorial

An eagle on his final hole secured the best round of Ian Kinsey's young golf career, breaking par for the first time."It was my best day ever. I was praying about it before and during, wanting to do …

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Lowery's 'The Green Knight' tests filmgoers, soars with spellbinding visuals

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I am not an English scholar; nor was I a poetry major or an expert on Arthurian legends, and although I’m not sure whether David Lowery, director of “The Green Knight,” would profess to be any or all of these either I think he would defend his latest work as an intricate and challenging amalgamation of many of the interpretations of the tale of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.

Heritage Day celebrated at South Cleveland Church of God

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On July 25, the South Cleveland Church of God celebrated Heritage Day with the dedication of a Wall of Remembrance depicting its 114-year history in the community.

Eddie and Irma Williams & a Hammond C3 organ

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8-1 Social Security Matters

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Dear Rusty: I have a question regarding Social Security. I’m 54 and applying for disability. I’ve had rheumatoid arthritis since I was 19. My son, 16 years old, receives survivor benefits …


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