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For 53 years, Hardee’s has been feeding local residents more
From the same podium that Gov. Bill Lee proclaimed it to be “a great day for Cleveland,” former Tennessee Commissioner of Veterans Services Many-Bears Grinder trumpeted in her own excited tone, … more
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Several members of the Golf Tournament Committee of the Southeast Tennessee Veterans Home Council met recently at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce to begin preparation for this year's June … more
THP plans checkpoints in Polk, Bradley counties more
Cleveland State Tops In Tennessee, Enrollment Surge Continues Success Coaches, New Construction, Honors College Among Factors In CSCC Leading The Way FOR FOUR consecutive semesters, Cleveland State Community College has seen growth in its enrollment numbers. A big part of these trend-setting numbers is the college’s new Student Success Center. Shown holding up four fingers in recognition of the successful run are, from left, CSCC Student Success Coach Janlyn Underwood, CSCC Director of Student Success Judy Nye, CSCC President Dr. Bill Seymour, and CSCC Student Success Coaches Rachel Scruggs, Haley Hendrix, and Chad Cameron. Coaches not shown are Elizabeth Ann Brown, Marsha Foster, and Eric Harris. The Cleveland State Student Success Center went online full-time this past year. more
Funny money.  Play dough. Trick coin. Those are a few  of the slang terms used for counterfeit currency. While there may not be an alarming increase in counterfeit money … more
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