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Lee University Chamber Strings will perform its spring concert, “Mostly Broadway,” on Tuesday, April 2, at 7:30 p.m. in Pangle Hall. “A stellar and talented group of Lee’s string … more
Park View Elementary School is set to receive a $10,000 donation from Don Ledford Automotive as a result of the Drive For Students Drive-A-Thon it hosted last week. "We are so excited about this … more

A Knoxville-based anti-abortion group visited the Lee University campus late last week in an attempt to mobilize the faith-based university’s Christian student population against abortion, which the organization says is a “child sacrifice” to convenience and social convention.

Cleveland High School senior Lauren Proctor has been selected as one of  two Tennessee student-delegates to attend the National Youth Science Camp."Lauren has excelled in science classes and … more
Dr. Brett Riggs, of Western Carolina University,  shared a wealth of information and research with 20 to 30 history  buffs at Walker Valley High School Friday evening.Riggs' talk was part … more
More than 100 invited guests turned out Friday for a double ribbon-cutting in downtown Charleston.It was the grand reopening of the renovated and expanded Hiwassee River Heritage Center, and the … more
More than 1,000 people  turned out to run or walk in support of those with cystic fibrosis at Lee University in the 19th annual Great Strides Walk and 17th annual 65 Roses 5K. This … more
A significant amount of valor and sacrifice were recognized Saturday at Bradley County's first Vietnam Veterans Day ceremony.Held at the American Legion Post 81, more than 50 Vietnam veterans from … more
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