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The late William "Bill" Norwood continues to be recognized in the community by family, friends, and veterans.The former Korean War prisoner of war passed away in the final days of February, following … more
The general public probably knows Ashley Raburn as one of the three forces that combine to organize the annual Cleveland Geekster, a local toy, comics and collectibles show, but he serves an even bigger role in the community: He leads today’s faculty at Cleveland State Community College in finding unique ways to reach students and guide them in their classes. more
Lee University's  Military Appreciation Day held in April has funded the first-ever Bobby Taylor Scholarship with a record amount.The baseball gala and recognition ceremony each spring has … more
The decisive moment regarding the fate of Tennova-Cleveland’s and Erlanger Health System’s proposed freestanding emergency facilities is approaching. The State of Tennessee Health Services … more
Marissa Lemmon visited The Ark as she was ready to adopt and wanted it to be a rescued dog. She spent time with Junior, a 1-year old Chiweenie. They played both outside and in a bonding room, as Junior has plenty of energy. She slept on the lifelong decision to make him a part of the family. Returning next day, she made the adoption official. After reviewing Junior's Vetting records (all pets are vetted before adoption) she completed the adoption contract. more
Chattanooga Erlanger Health System medical professionals have countered a claim by Cleveland physicians associated with Tennova Healthcare who earlier alleged patients treated at Erlanger’s … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office will host a community cookout on Thursday, July more
U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais has declined the invitation to debate Republican challenger Jack Maddux on grounds his opponent had voted for Hillary Clinton and is not a credible candidate. The … more
Chattanooga – CHI Memorial’s mobile health coach will provide mammography screenings at Bradley County Health Department on Monday, … more
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