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CLAUDETTE FOX shared some on the last remnants of summer and fall. more
The technical issues that brought Bradley County’s Healthy Community Initiative (HCI) 2019 grant process to a halt will undergo a legal review. more
Expanding internet access in Bradley County could be costly and take time, but plans are being made by multiple providers to increase availability, access and affordability for residents.The Bradley … more
(Editor's Note: This is the 12th in a two-week series exploring existing infrastructure and future needs in the Cleveland and Bradley County community.)APD-40, the Cleveland bypass or just the bypass … more
Jessica Hanson and Dr. José Minay pose following the award presentation.   more
Lee’s Mock Trial Team wins at the Owl Classic Tournament By Kendyl Wadley   The Society for Law and Justice, Lee University’s mock trial team, recently won first place at the 2019 Owl Classic Mock Trial Competition, hosted by Kennesaw State University at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School.  “I am extremely pleased with how our teams performed, and I am beyond proud of each member on the team, especially considering this is our first tournament of the season” said Ben Wycoff, president of the Society for Law and Justice. “Our alumni coaches have really helped us prepare for the competition, and I feel really good about where we are headed into the next competition.” Two Society for Law and Justice teams performed at the competition. Team A, led by Wycoff, placed first in the competition. Wycoff helped Lee win two consecutive first place wins at Owl Classic and received the Outstanding Attorney award. Team A members Madelaine Burgess and Lydia Burton won Outstanding Witness. Team B, led by Katie Philyah, placed third. Team B’s William Fulford won Outstanding Attorney. “Mock trial has opened up so many doors for me, and I’m so blessed to be a part of this group,” said Burton. “In my first competition, I was privileged to receive Best Witness award, proving that hard work truly pays off. Mock trial has only further sparked my passion for the legal profession, and I look forward to the lessons and relationships I will continue to make through mock trial.” Other competing teams included Georgia State University, Kennesaw State University, Mercer University, Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU), Spelman College, and University of South Carolina Aiken. The Owl Classic is hosted by the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA), a governing body that offers undergraduate students opportunity to compete with teams in trial simulations. Lee’s Society for Law and Justice members pose after competition. From left, back, are Malakai Cebrera, Graham Stewart, Chase Lawson, and Ben Wycoff; middle, Mimi Paul, Ibi Oduguwa, Lydia Burton, Madelaine Burgess, Delaney Bryant, and William Fulford; and, front, Katie Philyah, Tami Bankcole, Alison Holley, Alex French, Skylar Burton, Clara Politino, Alex Clark, and Maddie Bennedict. (2) Society for Law and Justice members receiving awards at the competition, from left, (left Ben Wycoff, Lydia Burton, Madelaine Burgess, William Fulford, and Katie Philyah.   more
By Cana Cooper   During the Department of Behavioral and Social Science’s Homecoming breakfast, Dr. Mike Hayes, vice president for student development at Lee, was presented with the … more
The Cowboy Gospel Jubilee announced Crystle Elam — along with Matt Foster — will be the headliners Friday, 7 p.m. East Tennessee's most-loved Southern gospel singer Crystle Elam … more
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