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In observance of state's 225th birthday, Lee unveils historic poster

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has unveiled three limited-edition posters that highlight each of the state’s three Grand Divisions to celebrate 225 years of statehood. The limited-edition posters are …

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The eagle lands at Torrey Pines for Oosthuizen, Hughes

SAN DIEGO (AP) — The eagle putts looked familiar for a Saturday at Torrey Pines in June, even with Tiger Woods nowhere in sight.Mackenzie Hughes watched his 60-foot eagle putt from the back of the …

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Garett Hammontree in 7th Heaven as father

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Today is a special day for dads all across the country as they are honored by their son or daughter, some even by their sons and daughters. Not too many will be adored by seven children, but …

6-20-21 Library Corner

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LIBRARY CORNER June 20 – June 26 The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library has entered Phase 4.5 of our 5-Phase Reopening Plan. Face coverings are requested but no longer required to enter the library. Reservations may be required depending on the time of day and location that you plan to visit. To make a reservation for computer use, please call the Non-Fiction Desk at 423-472-2163, ext. 126. For all other reservations, please contact the Administrative Assistant at 423-472-2163, ext. 110.   SUNDAY | June 20   Summer STEAM - THE CHALLENGE - with Mr. Mike

Ocoee Garden club

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SAR Flag Day Presentation

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On Monday, June 14, the Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution presented a Flag Day program for the residents of Garden Plaza at Cleveland. The Chapter Color Guard presented the Colors, and the Pledge of Allegiance was led by chapter member and master of ceremony, Claude Hardison. Hardison noted Flag Day was unofficially started by a schoolteacher, Benard J. Cigrand, at his Stony Hill School in Waubeka, Wisconsin. On May 30, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson established a National Flag Day to be observed on June 14 of each year.


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