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Chattanooga fire crews rescue motorcyclist on Scenic Highway on Saturday

Chattanooga Fire crews worked hard to assist Lookout Mountain with rescuing a driver over the edge Saturday night on Scenic Highway. First responders have completed the rescue to get the injured motorcyclist out of an embankment. The Chattanooga Fire Department says Squad 20, Squad 13 & Battalion 1 Chief (Red)...
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Bates faces motorcycle theft charges

A Cleveland man is facing multiple drug-related charges after police stopped to assist him in removing a disabled motorcycle from a ditch. The motorcycle turned out to be stolen.The man …
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Fort Hill Cemetery Tour 1

William Herman Schultz, M.D. and Annie Lyda Taylor To Be Featured in Fifteenth Annual Walking Tour of Historic Fort Hill Cemetery. (Editor's note: The following article was written exclusively for the Banner by Michael T. Slaughter, one of America's most prestigious genealogists who conducted the research into Cleveland's first settler, Andrew Taylor.)
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Unbeaten no more: 10th-ranked Bucs fall to rival Mocs

CHATTANOOGA — The East Tennessee State Bucs couldn’t figure out a way to beat Chattanooga on Saturday. They were too busy making it tough on themselves. ETSU quarterback Tyler Riddell turned the ball over three times and Chattanooga took advantage, beating the Bucs 21-16 in a Southern Conference football game at Finley Stadium.
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No. 10 ETSU falls short to Mocs on the road

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WJHL) – The Buccaneers fell just short of their first 7-0 start in program history, as a late rally falls short at Chattanooga, 21-16. ETSU (6-1, 3-1 SoCon) was held scoreless in the first half, but only allowed seven points to the homestanding Mocs. The Bucs came out and scored the first points […]
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Chattanooga Hip Hop Week wraps up

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF)- Hip Hop enthusiasts were wrapping up Chattanooga Hip Hop Week at Miller Park. All week long events have been happening in and around Chattanooga. Today’s events included music, vendors and an outdoor conference with artists from all around the United States. Organizers say that Hip Hop week...
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Mocs win Rail Rivalry Series with 21-16 victory over rival ETSU

"The Rail" is staying home. Devonnsha Maxwell recorded a school record 4.5 sacks while the running back duo of Tyrell Price and Ailym Ford accounted for 193 yards on the ground to lead the Chattanooga Mocs football team to a 21-16 win over the 10th-ranked ETSU Bucs on Saturday afternoon inside Finley Stadium.
CHATTANOOGA, TN
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Chattanooga Firefighter for a day shows what firefighters do to save lives

CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee (WDEF)-16 people including City officials got first hand experience at battle challenges firefighters often face. These included putting out fire, searching a smoke filled building looking for people needing to be saved. “Show to navigate a room that’s so smoke-filled that you can’t even see your hand right...
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Lady Raiders ready for state

Although it appears Cleveland got the toughest draw at this week's TSSAA State Volleyball Championships, head coach Amy McGowan isn't intimidated."I’m happy with our draw," she said after the …
CLEVELAND, TN
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Community Haven hosts Justice rally for Grove Street

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF)- It’s been 4 weeks since the tragic shooting on Grove Street where 7 women were shot and 2 were killed. Today, The Community Haven and other community leaders went to the Westside Softball Fields to rally for justice. The main message, unity. After four weeks, there haven’t...
CHATTANOOGA, TN
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Gail Ann Henderson Harvey Cunningham

Gail Ann Henderson Harvey Cunningham, 73 of Cleveland, was welcomed into the arms of Jesus on Thursday, Aug. 26, 2021, as she has finished her race and fought the good fight surrounded by her loving family at her home. She was born Oct. 17, 1947, to the late Ralph and...
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Ramona F. Hyberger

Ramona F. Hyberger left the worries of this world to the sound of hymn singing on Sunday, Oct. 10, 2021. She was born into the North Cleveland Church of God on Aug. 10, 1935. Ramona was preceded in death by her parents, John D. and Margaret Latimer Hyberger; her grandparents, Franklin J. and Della Ottinger Hyberger and the Rev. S. W. and Margaret Wright Latimer; as well as, her brothers: Samuel W. Hyberger, Sr. and Hoyle D. Hyberger.
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