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By The Way Bluegrass Band to perform at Cowboy Gospel Jubilee more
The DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program at the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office got an updated look recently by equipping two of the agency’s fleet vehicles with the DARE … more
In the wake of three incidents since Aug. 30, all of which involved a chemical leak and one of which involved an explosion that shook surrounding homes, WACKER today announced its polysilicon plant … more
Seminary to Celebrate Heritage Week “Standing with Competence” is the theme of Heritage Week at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary Tuesday and Wednesday. Activities include a Tuesday chapel service at 11 a.m., the annual Azusa Lecture Tuesday at 7 p.m., and a luncheon/panel discussion featuring seminary alums on Wednesday at 11 a.m. A century ago in November 1917, General Overseer A.J. Tomlinson called upon the Church of God General Assembly to establish a school for ministerial training. The Assembly responded positively, and today the Church of God has more than 225 Bible colleges, universities, and seminaries located around the world. The earliest Church of God educational efforts were Bible schools beginning with Bible Training School, now Lee University. more
The Lee University Lady Flames volleyball team will host the 11th annual Volley For A Cure as a part of the Homecoming 2017 celebration. The Lady Flames will face off against the University of … more
The Cleveland Music Club met for its monthly meeting and a "Music of Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann" at the First Presbyterian Church on Oct. 5. … more
United Way to team with William Hall Rodgers fundFor more than 90 years, residents of Cleveland and Bradley County have been participating in a long-standing tradition to provide neighbors who find … more
Fort Hill Cemetery Walking Tours Take Place Oct. 29   On Sunday, Oct. 29, Lee University and the Bradley County Historical and Genealogical Society will present the 11th Annual Walking … more
Cleveland extended Billy Graham Avenue on Tuesday, to honor one of its most famous students on his 99th birthday.In 2004, the city renamed a portion of 15th Street between North Ocoee Street and … more
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