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In spite of public rumors — some spread by social media, some otherwise — the Cleveland Daily Banner office building is not expanding, moving, renovating or remodeling, but its 25th Street … more
Lee University Theatre will present “This Random World,” a play written by Steven Dietz, from Feb. 15-21 and 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the Buzz Oates Black Box Theatre, located in Lee’s Communication … more
The Bradley County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public’s help in locating two runaway juveniles.Jared Fuller, 16, was last seen wearing a black jacket and jeans. He is 6 feet, 3 inches tall … more
Gary Farlow, who has served as president and CEO of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce for the past 10 years, announced on Friday his intention to retire at the end of March. “Our … more
Cleveland State Honor students, from left, Emily Pritchett, Kelly Murphy, America Burnette and Amanda Garrod were chosen to attend The Washington Center’s Inside Washington Seminar. more
Dr. Coombs to present Critical Conversations for Conflict Resolution How do you approach difficult conversations when you don’t like conflict? Instead of avoiding difficult conversations, find the courage to start confronting people in a constructive way. The Women’s Council quarterly programming for 2019 will center around the theme of “Critical Conversations. . .” The first quarter luncheon, held on Monday, Feb. 25, at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, will feature Dr. Rob Coombs speaking on Conflict Resolution.  As a retired professor and writer, Dr. Coombs is committed to strengthening families. He welcomes opportunities to lead seminars and retreats for churches, schools, and businesses on a variety of family issues such as stress management, family systems, conflict resolution, spiritual enrichment, holistic health, and marriage enhancement. more
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