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Christmas parade kicks off holiday season

Are you on the naughty or nice list this year? Santa Claus visited Cleveland a little early this year, appearing in the annual MainStreet Cleveland Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 3. He …
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Landfill accepting cash; rates going up next year

The Bradley County Landfill is now accepting cash, but the cost of disposing of garbage at the landfill is going up.Effective Jan. 1,  the cost of throwing away 10 or fewer bags of garbage at …

U.S. Daughters of 1812 dedicate Meigs' grave

The Volunteer–Wauhatchie Chapter of the United States Daughters of 1812 recently dedicated a veteran marker at Timothy Meigs’ grave in the Old Garrison Cemetery near Dayton. Afterward, they …

AP Today in History 12-6-22

Today is Tuesday, Dec. 6, the 340th day of 2022. There are 25 days left in the year.

Community Foundation helps local nonprofits

Lisa Geren has been involved in many projects in Cleveland and Bradley County, and now, she leads a group that helps many of those same projects.Geren is the executive director of the Community …

American Legion Riders donate to The Caring Place

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Benevolence field day serves youth with disabilities

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Students from one of Lee University’s benevolence classes recently hosted the second annual Fall Field Day, an event for community youth with disabilities to participate in outdoor activities. This …

Chamber Travel: Alaska info session Dec. 15

Yesterday at 8:30 PM
It’s time to check off a big item on your bucket list…Alaska Discovery–Land and Cruise!

Local maternity home raises thousands for transitional housing

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Foundation House Ministries raised tens of thousands of dollars after the second annual Festival of Trees event in November. Dozens of decorated trees and gift baskets were auctioned off to event …

Get your favorite senior a care box

3 days ago
Dear Heloise: Your column several weeks ago made some suggestions about gift ideas for older family members. In the 1960s, my parents made up a medium-sized box full of grocery items for my great-grandmother. They included single-serving canned vegetables, canned ham, tuna fish and spam. Since she was on a fixed income, this was sincerely appreciated.
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