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Hundreds of people enjoy the Fourth of July fireworks display at Bradley Square Mall, a tradition that has been going on for years, but there are also several other regional holiday celebrations, … more
The Fourth of July 4 is always a time for celebration — family picnics, patriotic parades, spending time at the lake — but it is also a time when caution is stressed when fireworks are at any of … more
Tonya Brantley was working at the History Branch of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library one evening when a man called seeking information on the historic Dobbs Ford Bridge. He was trying to … more
Danny Britt has been a fixture at Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland construction sites for many years, and that led him to working with another local organization that helps others — the … more
Dozens of people attended the Bradley County Master Gardeners Mini-Expo at the county’s Farmers Market on Saturday, and while only a few vendors were on-ite selling their wares, those who were … more
He began his storytelling career as Santa, and still wears the yuletide garb each Christmas at the Bradley Square Mall, but when it’s not the holiday season, Pete Vanderpool becomes a new man — … more
Dear Annie: A few months ago, my wife of four years went out for drinks with her girlfriends and did not return home till the next day. She had told me repeatedly she was coming home but never did, … more
Dear Heloise: A recent column had the suggestion to freeze leftover tomato paste in a plastic bag for future use. For preportioned freezing, I scoop out leftover tomato paste by the tablespoon onto a … more
Dear Annie: I recently moved in with my sister, who is two years older than me. We got into a fight recently because, while she is an extroverted, warm and beautiful person, she has a great deal of … more
Dear Heloise: After reading the letter in your column from a reader about the importance of registering the warranty card with the manufacturer, I have a story that emphasizes the importance of … more
Kevin Treadway is one of Bradley County’s most recent UT extension agents, but his journey to this community was one that began in Wayne, Pennsylvania, and then France and China.The new Family and … more
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 … more
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 … more
They want to be known as one of the “sweetest places to live,” and would present new residents and visitors with little jars of honey as a way of promoting that claim. Now, they will be able to … more
Polk County 4-H members won several awards at the recent Sub Region Project Achievement competition in which 13 Polk County 4-H members competed Rhea County. Qualifying 4-H members from eight … more
The Ocoee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution held its May meeting recently at the Elks Lodge.The National Defense Message for May focused on Military Appreciation Month, which raises … more
Racing for a Cure was the theme of this year’s Relay for Life, and when the final lap was run — or actually walked — Saturday night, the event had raised tens of thousands of dollars to help … more
Dear Annie: I have been with my boyfriend "Scott" for almost 11 years. We have been together since high school. We had a baby when we were young, and I've worked since I was of legal age to do so, … more
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