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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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Dear Heloise: 1. Seat up or down? Bless my husband's parents. He always puts it down! And he taught our son to do the same.2. For Mother's Day: Please let our wonderful children and grandchildren …

Like mother, unlike daughter

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Dear Annie: Several years ago, at a party of 50-some people, my daughter brought up politics and confronted me about my political pick. I tried to assuage her emotions, but she kept on. I finally …

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 …
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