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Despite questioning auditors with the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury and rephrasing their questions in several ways, some members of the Bradley County Commission’s Audit Committee didn’t seem to be convinced when more findings weren’t announced related to the Fiscal Year 2017 audit report. Those committee members wanted to go beyond that report to concerns regarding items apparently not covered to their satisfaction.  more
As the end of the year has arrived, it is easy to think about 2018 and what it may bring. With it being an election year for Bradley County, there will be many different positions and offices up for grabs. more
The 2017 District Cabinet was honored at the recent Cherokee District awards program. From left are Ryan Ogle, district governor; Marie Mosely, lieutenant governor; Linda Melton, secretary; Joyce Johnson, treasurer; Pat Mulcahy, publicity and leadership development coordinator; Jim McKinney, Foundation chairman; WW Johnson, Growth and Development; Joe Letta, fundraising co-chairman; Barbara Chadwick, fundraising co-chair; Linda Parkinson, Zone governor; Marilyn Williford, youth coordinator; Jean Pierce, co-leadership development leader; John Patterson, zone governor; James Dobbs, zone governor; Charles Kirkland, zone governor; Lavell Whitehead, ?????????????; Mel Griffith, zone governor; Joe Bearlapp, lieutenant zone governor; and Barbara Knowles, Zone 6 governor from Chattanooga. more
Tuesday night’s final results in “The Voice” were no big surprise, but no less a huge disappointment for many Cleveland fans pulling for former Lee University student Brooke Simpson. The … more
Faith Memorial Church's DiaperLove program needs more diapers to satisfy the increasing demand by growing families in Cleveland during the holidays. Faith Memorial, which was started by the late … more
Today, Bradley County Schools is kicking off a series of events and activities to observe Career and Technical Education Month during the month of February. The Association for Career & … more
Lee School of Nursing to Run Mass Casualty Drill   On Wednesday, Nov. 29, the Lee University School of Nursing (SON) will conduct a mass casualty emergency drill from 12:30-5:30 p.m.   Nursing students and faculty will participate in a response to an active shooter mass casualty drill to help nursing students learn how to treat life-threatening wounds in a high-stress situation.    “This senior nursing student simulation is a vital component of teaching disaster nursing, which is included in the SON curriculum,” said Dr. Brenda Jones, assistant professor of nursing at Lee. “This provides opportunity for our nursing students to perform rapid assessment of the ‘simulated victims’ and practice their clinical skills in response to a surge of patients coming into a healthcare facility for treatment of their injuries.”   This is the second time that the SON has held a mass casualty drill to help equip their students for real-life situations they could encounter in their field.   “The School of Nursing continues to build on a strong curricular foundation of disaster response,” said Dr. Sara Campbell, dean of Lee’s School of Nursing. “This simulation provides a unique and specialized interprofessional experience for our students.”   The drill will take place in the School of Nursing. During the drill, there will be various emergency vehicles present around the SON building.   For more information, contact the Office of Community Relations at (423) 614-8598.   more
Thousands of Cleveland and Chattanooga fans of the national singing competition, “The Voice” were dismayed and annoyed Tuesday evening when NBC pulled its network feed from AT&T coverage … more
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