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Editor’s note: This is the first in a weekly series of columns written by students at Cleveland Middle School. Art class may be simple in theory, but in reality it has made me question the world … more
Phyllis White and her granddaughter, Addison, made Lorax cookies and read to the class to celebrate Dr. Seuss week in Rhonda Phillips’ class at Yates Primary School. more
ON FRIDAY, Yates Primary celebrated Dr. Seuss Week with a favorite book character day parade. Many of Dr. Seuss’ creations came to life, along with many other fictional characters, as the … more
Szela makes Dean’s List at Regis College WESTON, MASS. — Regis College has announced an Ooltewah student recently made the Dean’s List. Katherine Szela of Ooltewah is among the 433 … more
NASHVILLE — Tennessee Department of Education Commissioner Candice McQueen recently celebrated the strong movement forward in year one of Read to be Ready, a statewide campaign with multiple … more
SALT LAKE CITY — Several local residents have recently received their degrees from Western Governors University. The online university held its 32nd semi-annual commencement ceremony at the … more
BRADLEY CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL’S Class of 1966 alumni recently donated some new benches to the school.Frazier said the Class of 1966 is challenging other classes to contribute to the campus’ … more
THESE NINTH-GRADE GIRLS and their leaders from Walker Valley High School were among the many from the Cleveland, Bradley Central and Walker Valley high schools who participated in the “Teen … more
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