CU to host 75th birthday bash Oct. 8
Diverse utility slated to honor its customers and community
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Legal forum set for library
Living trusts, probate eyed
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Personality Profile: Greg Thomas loves public service
For Greg Thomas, what Cleveland will look like in the future is a daily focus. The city planning director came to Cleveland in 2000, and serves as the city planner and the municipal planning organi...
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Flames get defensive in win over Shawnee State
Three goals in the final 30 minutes and another outstanding effort by the Lee defense helped spark the Flames to a 3-0 victory over visiting Shawnee State (Ohio) at the Lee Soccer Field on Saturday...
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Alexander leads Lady Flames at Bearcat
BLUFFTON, S.C. — Led by senior Madison Alexander, the Lee women’s golf team turned in a strong performance in the final round of the Lander Lady Bearcat Invitational, and placed seventh overall in ...
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School breakfast, lunches are up in school systems
Both the Bradley County and Cleveland City school systems have seen increases in the numbers of students eating breakfast and lunch at school this year. Local school nutrition officials attributed ...
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    by CHRISTY ARMSTRONG  Banner Staff Writer
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    Computer information technology students at Cleveland State Community College have reopened their free computer repair shop after a summer break and are preparing for a new repair service that may ...
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