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Saturday, Nov. 5, the Bradley Central High School Event Planning class organized a successful race to raise awareness to the county’s anti-drug campaign. BCHS students were responsible for all … more
In November, the Cleveland Middle School Dance Team traveled to Douglassville, Ga. to compete in the Inferno Spirit Cheer and Dance Competition. The talented sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-graders … more
The Cleveland High Dance Team recently competed in three competitions in the Southeast. On Nov. 13, the talented dancers competed in the Inferno Spirit Cheer and Dance Competition in … more
The Kiwanis Club got to enjoy a bit of Cleveland history in Thursday’s meeting. Margot Still, who took over as branch manager at the History Branch of the Cleveland Public Library in August, was … more
KINDERGARTENERS in April Koger and Donna Thompson’s class at Taylor Elementary started off the Christmas season by having a lesson on the theme "It is better to give than receive." Students … more
THIRD-GRADE STUDENTS at Michigan Avenue Elementary School recently received dictionaries, compliments of the Rotary Club of Cleveland. In the back row, from left, are Principal Angela Lawson and … more
RETIRED FIRE CHIEF and former North Lee student Chuck Atchley visited Karen Haun's fifth-grade class earlier this semester to speak and read to students. more
EACH NOVEMBER, the state of Tennessee participates in Agriculture Literacy Week. The Bradley County Farm Bureau Women read to second-grade students at Hopewell Elementary this year. Carolyn Earnest, … more
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