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Suspect charged after firing shots near city park

CLEVELAND, Tennessee (WDEF) – Cleveland Police have arrested a suspect for firing shots near a city park. The shooting happened on Tuesday on East Street near Mosby Park. No one was hit by the shots, but witnesses told officers that a purple Dodge Charger with a busted rear window left the scene.
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Pro-Choice Advocates Protest in Dalton, Ga.

DALTON, Ga. — Pro-choice protesters gathered this morning in front of the Whitfield County Courthouse in Dalton, Georgia. Some said they feel pro-life advocates misunderstand the significance of abortion rights. “A lot of Republicans and Christians now like to say it’s just about killing healthy babies. In my case,...
DALTON, GA
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Tennessee trooper adopts dog he rescued from side of interstate

A Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper has adopted the dog he rescued after it was found last week abandoned by the side of a road in the heat. According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a Good Samaritan contacted the department on June 15 after they found a dog along the side of Interstate 75 "parched and desperately needing water and shelter from the heat."
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Cletis Bailey fought in Europe in 1945 & returned 77 years later

McDONALD, Tenn. — On the Price of Freedom the story of one WWII veteran who lives in Hamilton County. Cletis Bailey grew up in McDonald, Tennessee. "Had a small farm. Several acres of cultivation and of course we had the usual cows and pigs and chickens," Mr. Bailey said.
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Drive by shooting in Bradley County neighborhood

CLEVELAND, Tennessee (WDEF) – The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting in the Rolling Brook community outside of Cleveland. Investigators say the shots were fired from a vehicle into the home around 1 AM. No one was hit, but two adults, two juveniles and a child...
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Life Force dedicates new aircraft

Estimated reading time 2 minutes, 44 seconds. In partnership with Med-Trans Corporation, Life Force Air Medical hosted a ceremony on June 28 to dedicate its new EC145e aircraft for service in the region, replacing the existing Life Force 1 aircraft based in Cleveland, Tennessee. The new EC145e aircraft, manufactured by...
CLEVELAND, TN
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Students Give to Dumpster Drive

Lee senior Garrett Wheeler recently held a Dumpster Drive on Lee’s campus in effort to eliminate waste while serving Goodwill, a nonprofit known around the globe. Wheeler, a senior biology (pre-med) major with a Spanish minor, says he has lived near campus since before he was a student and knew that many usable items were being tossed in the dumpsters at the end of each semester.
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Dollar General Literacy Foundation Awards Grants to Lee

The Dollar General Literacy Foundation recently awarded grants to Lee University’s Helen DeVos College of Education (HDCOE) and the Center for English Language & Literacy (C.E.L.L.). Dr. Laura Anderson and Dr. Debbie Rosenow, education professors at Lee, received a summer reading grant from the Foundation. With this funding, they...
CLEVELAND, TN
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Meet The Couple Reviving Business On Dalton’s Block 79

Five years ago, Viviana and Carlos Ramirez opened a boutique on East Morris Street in Dalton. Then, many of the buildings around them were empty - and over time, they started to buy and renovate them. Today, Carlos and Viviana own or co-own several businesses on East Morris Street between...
DALTON, GA
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Buck to Direct Scopes Trial Play in Dayton

Buck, associate professor of theatre at Lee University, will direct this year’s Scopes Trial Play in Rhea County’s annual Scopes Festival. The play, “The Scopes Trial: Monkey in the Middle,” written by Dayton playwright Gale Johnson, will be performed four times between Friday, July 15 and Sunday, July 17.
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