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Nearly 14 months after it was closed due to a fire, the Bradley County Courthouse will reopen to the public on Monday. more
Two volunteers with Cleveland ties found themselves working side-by-side last month in Mexico Beach, Florida, in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. more
Spot and Avoid Holiday Scams Recently we have been inundated with complaints about phone scams being placed in the name of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. more
It’s never too late to become a citizen of the United States.Just ask Jivan J. Patel. Although he is over 80 years old, Patel has been studying for the citizenship test, which he will take within … more
The “Cleveland Helping Cleveland” food drive, recently conducted by Southern Heritage Bank, was one of the best ever. It was the 19th consecutive year that the bank has sponsored the event. more
  Over 800 Lee University freshmen along with their Gateway instructors and Peer Leaders participated in the annual Pack ‘n’ Stack party on Nov. 12 in the Paul Dana Walker Arena. … more

Lee University held a post-Thanksgiving luncheon Friday for students unable to travel home for the holiday, providing a turkey dinner with all the fixings.

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Lee University Wind Ensemble, under the direction of music  professor Dr. David Holsinger, will perform its second full concert of the semester on Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn … more
The Higher Calling Wrestling Club of Cleveland is now the largest youth wrestling club in the South, thanks to a surge in membership sign-ups and support from the Allan Jones Foundation. Josh … more
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