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As a resident of Cleveland and part-time ghost hunter, I have seen and heard several things that most people would say I’m crazy if I told them. The truth is ghosts, demons, spirits ... all of … more
In what may be one of its shortest meetings on record, the Bradley County Commission’s voting session Monday night lasted approximately 15 minutes. more
My earliest memory of strange events was when I about 5 or 6 years old, being held up by someone at my grandmother's house off of Blue Springs Road and watching a light moving in their barn. My … more
Workers on the construction site for the city's newest school — Candy's Creek Cherokee Elementary School — have remained on track despite an unusually rainy winter season. That was the … more
Cleveland Utilities reported a power outage Wednesday morning due to the collapse of large tree, resulting in downed power lines in the Blackburn Road area.The power outage, which began at 6:20 a.m., … more
The Cleveland Board of Education now has an all-female cabinet of officers following elections which took place during the board's meeting Monday.Board members unanimously re-elected Dawn Robinson, … more
Cleveland State Community College recently hosted Dr. Natasha Jankowski to campus as the keynote speaker for its spring in-service. Jankowski serves as director of the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment and research professor in the department of Education Policy, Organization and Leadership at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Jankowski delivered two presentations at CSCC, one to all faculty and staff, “Reclaiming Assessment: Capturing Learning Where it Matters Most” and one to all faculty, “Emerging Trends in the Assessment of Student Learning: A National Landscape.” From left are Dr. Denise King, vice president for Academic Affairs; Denice King, Associate Professor of Biology; Michelle Wollert, Coordinator of Academic Advising and Transfer Articulation; Jankowski, David Knopp, Director of Institutional Research; and Dr. Bill Seymour, Cleveland State President. more
"Partnership," and how this program promotes success, became the recent focus of the Bradley County Health Council.The guest speaker during the organization's recent gathering was RaShina Viverette, … more
Two of the remaining buildings at the old Lake Forest Middle School complex have been earmarked for demolition, while the third remaining building is closer to possibly becoming a records storage and training facility. more

The mystery of the class ring found by Donnie Stansberry has been solved: The ring’s true owner is Roger Wooden, of Georgetown, who now has the ring back in his possession.

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