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Cleveland Utilities may control the rates, but they can’t control the weather.And while the local utilities have not raised rates, Mother Nature has really lowered the temperatures.That means CU … more
Local health care professionals say they are seeing an increase in the number of patients with influenza symptoms and are urging people to take proper precautions. The Centers for Disease … more
Seventh District County Commissioner Mark Hall has announced he will be seeking the position of state representative for the 24th District including Cleveland and Bradley County.Hall, who has served … more
TBR Chancellor Tydings to Speak at Tuesday’s Rotary Club Luncheon Dr. Flora Tydings, Chancellor for the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR), will be the speaker at the Rotary Club of Cleveland luncheon on Tuesday, Jan. 9 at the Museum Center at 5ive Points. Prior to the Rotary meeting, Chancellor Tydings will also have an opportunity to meet with President Seymour’s Cabinet at CSCC. ? “Originally, this came about when I was asked to sponsor a program for our club,” stated Dr. Bill Seymour, CSCC President. “I thought rather than me personally doing another presentation that I would invite the chancellor, and I was pleased that she accepted our invitation.”? Tydings will be providing a general update on “The New TBR” after the FOCUS Act changes including some of the system’s new priorities and the impact this will have on CSCC. Tydings will also include a status report on the funding request for the new building and renovations on CSCC’s campus. The TBR recommended $25 million for Cleveland State campus revitalization project that included a new Health and Sciences building and renovation of the Mary T. Barker Humanities Building. ? In addition, the Chancellor will also be discussing the new warranty for graduates of its colleges’ technical programs that was approved at the TBR quarterly meeting last month. This warranty guarantees that future graduates of technical training programs demonstrate skills identified in their curriculums and provide tuition-free retraining for those who don’t. The warranty is valid for one year from the date of graduation. ? Seymour said, “We are excited that the chancellor is coming to Cleveland. This is our first Rotary meeting of 2018, and I think it’s a great way to start the new year.” Dr. Tydings was appointed Chancellor by the Tennessee Board of Regents in a unanimous vote on Dec. 27, 2016, effective Feb. 1, 2017. As Chancellor, she is chief executive officer of the Board of Regents system, managing operations of the system office and providing strategic leadership for the system’s institutions in accordance with the Board’s policies and direction and with Tennessee law. She arrived as the Board and its institutions continue the transition into a more unified community and technical college system under the FOCUS (Focus on College and University Success) Act of 2016. The TBR system is also the primary driver in Tennessee’s Drive to 55 initiative. more
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR AACA WINTER ART WORKSHOPS ATHENS — Athens Area Council for the Arts has announced registration for arts workshops and seasonal sessions for students of all ages. Participants may register now for classes. Unless noted otherwise, the registration deadline is three business days before class starts. All AACA programs are supported by Financial Guidance Partners, Madison Avenue Pharmacy, and the Tennessee Arts Commission. There are a variety of ways to participate in an arts class at The Arts Center. This winter, participants can: more
The Photographic Society of Chattanooga presents Tyson Smith more
State Representative Dan Howell To Seek Re-Election To Tennessee House of Representatives In 2018 more
Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland and State Rep. Kevin Books spoke to well over 100 people at a joint press conference Thursday morning at the Museum Center at Five Points.Rowland was there to announce his … more
CMA January Pic 1Banner photo, COLBY DENTONToni Miles, 2017 CMA President passes the proverbial torch, or in this case a gavel, to her successor, 2018 President Meagan Jolley. CMA January Pic … more
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