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In his 14th year serving in the Tennessee General Assembly, state Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville) recently discussed his public work, reviewing past achievements and looking forward to the future. more
Trinity Trio will be at the Bethel Baptist Church’s Fifth Saturday Singing on May 30, 6 p.m. Dinner will follow in the fellowship hall. The church is located at 2514 Old Chattanooga Pike.___Dallas … more
(Editor's Note: In the absence of our newspaper's traditional coverage of the Memorial Day Ceremony on the Bradley County Courthouse Plaza, Cleveland Daily Banner staff writer Tim Siniard presents a … more
In August, state Rep. Dan Howell will have served the 22nd District as its representative in the Tennessee Legislature for six years. He has focused his efforts on infrastructure and education. He … more
The number of individuals in Tennessee testing positive COVID-19 increased by 1,646 cases since Friday, resulting in more than 20,000 cases since the virus first appeared in the state in early … more
Mary Elizabeth Hentz named to Ole Miss honor roll OXFORD, MISS. — Elizabeth Hentz, of Cleveland, was recently named to the University of Mississippi's Spring 2020 Honor Roll lists. Hentz was named to the dean's honor roll, which is reserved for students who earn a semester GPA of 3.50-3.74. more
Willson Proud to be a CSCC alum more
MTSU readies special True Blue graduation box to ship to spring graduates Commemorative gift includes diplomas, special tassels, programs, more MURFREESBORO — Masked and socially distanced as much as possible, MTSU Registrar Susan Fieldhouse and her three team members scurried back and forth May 20 among long tables set up inside the Student Services and Admissions Center, grabbing items from hundreds of stacked boxes of various sizes surrounding them and spilling into the hallway. Fieldhouse along with associate registrar Cindy Johnson and transcript clerks Kay Gibbs and Christi Farris then strategically and neatly placed those items — diplomas, special tassels and programs, among other gifts — inside each distinctive blue and white True Blue Graduation Box that would soon makes its way to the home of one of MTSU’s Spring 2020 graduates. With COVID-19 forcing the university to hold a special virtual commencement May 9 for the 2,500-plus spring graduates, MTSU’s leadership decided to create special commemorative boxes that are now being shipped to the latest group of True Blue alumni who pressed their way to hard-earned degrees through the most unique of circumstances. “We hope that when the graduates open this, they know that we’ve been thinking of them,” said Fieldhouse, who is overseeing a process that began Monday. “We really missed commencement because that’s the highlight of our year, just to see those students and how excited they are. We hope that they receive this box and understand that a lot of thought and care went into this.” MTSU moved to remote instruction in mid-March and canceled on-campus events. Fieldhouse said the cancellation of spring commencement ceremonies at Murphy Center meant her office and the entire university needed to quickly rethink how best to honor the sacrifice and momentous achievement of this special group of graduates. more
By Merritt Jenkins   As part of Lee’s Mathematics Internship Program (MIP), Lee University recently conducted a virtual session through Zoom to share experiential … more
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