Vietnam veterans honored and remembered

On Saturday, March 25, the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 81  and Ocoee Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution honored those who served during the Vietnam War, as …
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People’s Choice voting underway for TVFCU’s $175,000 Idea Leap Grant

Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union is asking for the public to choose one People’s Choice finalist in each regional Idea Leap Grant — the credit union’s annual program that awards funds to local entrepreneurs.

City Council praises state champs

Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks declared Monday, March 27, as Cleveland High School Blue Raider’s Wrestling Day in honor of the school’s boys’ and girls’ wrestling teams who swept the TSSAA …

100 years of filmmaking in Tennessee

2023 marks the 100th anniversary of the first feature film shot in Tennessee, and a lot has changed within "the seventh art" over the past hundred years.With films transitioning from the silent era …

WVH's SkillsUSA receives $1,200 check from Bradley Sunrise Rotary

As Walker Valley High School's SkillsUSA chapter prepares to compete at its State Leadership and Skills Conference in April, it received a donation which will help get the students there.On March 9, …

Veterans Home opening still not set

“It’s like buying a brand new car, but you can’t drive it.”Ed Harries, Tennessee State Veterans Home executive director, used that simile to describe the planned opening of the Bradley County …
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    • Golf Cougars take 3rd

      RICHMOND, Ky. — Cleveland State's golf team traveled to the Bluegrass State and finishrd of 11 teams at the Alice Lloyd College Men’s Spring …

    • Lady Cougars take three from Motlow

      Cleveland State finished the four game series with Motlow State on Monday, winning a doubleheader 7-3 and 10-1 giving them the series win three …

    • Cougars sweep Motlow, double up Bama boys

      Follwing up their TCCAA baseball series win over Motlow State, Cleveland State played host to Wallace State (Ala.) Community College-Hanceville …

    • Soccer Bears maul Owls

      OOLTEWAH — Bradley Central opened the District 5-AAA boys soccer race a convincing victory over Ooltewah, on the Owls home pitch Tuesday.The …

    • Lee linksters earn runner-up trophies

      Both nationally-ranked Lee University golf squads hit the road for early week tournaments, each returning home with runner-up trophies.The No. …

    • WV netters take 3-of-4 matches

      The Walker Valley tennis teams began a three-match week splitting with region rival East Hamilton Monday, before sweeping District 5-AA cohort …

    • Bears, Raiders split district series

      After suffering their first District 5-4A loss of the season to archrival Cleveland Monday at home, Bradley Central responded by out slugging …

    • Bearettes split early week games

      Bradley Central split a couple of games to start the week, falling to state-ranked Silverdale Baptist Academy before improving to 2-0 in …


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Hints from Heloise: Drizzle chocolate without the mess

Yesterday at 11:50 AM

Dear Readers: Here's an easy way to melt semi-sweet chocolate chips, to use as frosting for a cake or as decorations on cookies. Keep the chips in the bag they come in, place the bag into a bowl of hot water and knead until the chips are melted. Then, just cut a small hole across one corner of the bag and drizzle the chocolate right from the bag onto the cookies or cake. No mess to clean up. — Heloise

Dear Annie: DNA site sparks fresh family drama

Yesterday at 11:50 AM
Dear Annie: I have a family estrangement issue. It all started when a 44-year-old woman contacted my older brother on a DNA site. I immediately wrote her and acknowledged paternity and expressed a strong desire to establish a long-term relationship. She seems to be a very nice person.

More than $60K raised for CF Foundation at 65 Roses/Great Strides

Yesterday at 7:50 AM
More than 500 people participated in the Great Strides/65 Roses walk/run event this weekend, raising more than $60,000 for cystic fibrosis research.This was the 22nd year the event has been held …

CSCC hosts Southeastern Wildlife Conclave

4 days ago
More than 300 students from 18 colleges and universities across the southeast traveled to Cleveland for the Southeastern Wildlife Conclave, which was hosted by the Cleveland State Community College …
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