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Lee’s School of Nursing to add new major

Lee University’s School of Nursing (SON) announces plans to initiate a new degree, Disaster and Healthcare Mission Management (DHMM), beginning fall 2018, pending final review and approval by SACSCOC (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges).

After careful consideration, Banner Editor and Publisher Ralph Baldwin has extended the deadline for receiving political announcements for the May 1 primary election until Monday, April 2. Baldwin noted there are several individual running for office who still are compiling their announcements. In an effort to give the public as much information as possible about the candidates, it was decided to give those individuals a little more time. more
John Lanier will sing at Pope Avenue Baptist Church in Athens on Sunday, April 29, at 10:45 a.m.———First Christian Church, 3925 N. Ocoee St., will celebrate the season with a  Maundy … more
A section of 22nd Street in Cleveland will be temporarily closed to thru traffic from Freewill Road to Murraytown Road from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. today due to sewer construction. Non-local traffic is advised to use an alternative route. more
Representatives of Bayer's Cleveland manufacturing facility on Tuesday encouraged two Bradley Central High School students to reach for the stars — in the most literal sense possible. BCHS … more
In 52 days, the football stadium at Cleveland High School will be filled with hundreds of people involved in something other than a battle between the Raiders and a visiting team.Instead, these men, … more

Two candidates for the post of Bradley County’s new 911 director will advance to the final interview stage.

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