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The general public probably knows Ashley Raburn as one of the three forces that combine to organize the annual Cleveland Geekster, a local toy, comics and collectibles show, but he serves an even bigger role in the community: He leads today’s faculty at Cleveland State Community College in finding unique ways to reach students and guide them in their classes. more
Hundreds of festival-goers descended on Charleston Saturday for the seventh annual International Cowpea Festival and Cook-off.Live musical entertainment began before noon and continued through the … more
4-Life Skills A – 3rd Place: L to R – more
The Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland's recent 3-Home Dedication left its new homeowners with not only a new home, but also a new appreciation for community. NaCole Massengill, Habitat … more
Cleveland Middle Schools Four Cs Summer Camp caps off another successful year more
“What you learn in this program will help you … as you go on in life,” Latricia Thomas told participants in the Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee program. She focused on sharing advice and direction for public speaking, which will benefit the participants during their interviews today.  more
JUDY REECE shows her patriotic spirit with the U.S. flag blowing in the wind. Photo courtesy of Reece. more
The Summer 2018 issue of Bradley Essential magazine will be included in Friday’s edition of the Cleveland Daily Banner. The lifestyles publication focuses on the people, places, events and activities that make Bradley County and the surrounding area a great place to live, work and play. Free copies are available at several locations throughout Bradley and Polk counties. more
City Fields held an open house Monday to showcase a house the organization has renovated in Cleveland’s Blythe Oldfield neighborhood.The house, located at 1203 Blythe Ave., is the second of five … more
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