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Personality Profile: CMS student Rheagan Hall already building lifetime of memories in golf
Rheagan Hall has had a lot on her plate lately. Not only has she spent considerable time hitting the books as a full-time student and member of the Cleveland Middle School golf team, the eighth-gra...
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County schools to get $4.5M
Federal grant eyes readiness
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It’s a Special Day For...
Johnny Holden, Chari Buckner, Johnny W. Holden Jr., Julie Burrell, Lewis Jones, Nancy Pendergrass, Donny Brown, Rod Taylor, Judy Moore, who are celebrating birthdays today ... James Cass, who is ce...
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CASA volunteers lookout for interests of at-risk children
In 1976, tragically, Cleveland and Bradley County’s name was embroiled in one of the most heinous crimes committed against a child. Melisha Gibson was 4 years old when she was killed at the hands o...
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Troop 40153 collects items for The Homeless Shelter
Troop 40135 collected items to take to The Homeless Shelter. Charley, Chyanne and Sadie were excited to be able to help Edwin Martin and his staff.
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Community Services gears up for 20th year of Summer Feeding program
During the summer, far too many families struggle to provide their children with nutritious meals when schools close. For this reason, Bradley Cleveland Community Services Agency will offer the Sum...
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Lee seniors give presentations to Cleveland Media Association
LEE UNIVERSITY SENIORS, from left, Stephanie Olson, Krystin Reppond, Diana Stevenson, Julia Wilhelm and Erin Evors give their Public Relations Student Society of America Bateman team presentation t...
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Education Foundation honors donors, showcases programs
Bradley Cleveland Public Education Foundation hosted the “Gifts, Grants and Gratitude: A Celebration of Stars in Our Midst” luncheon Friday. The celebration was meant to honor the many donors whose...
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Lake Forest MS to begin accepting out-of-zone applications on April 28
Beginning April 28, Lake Forest Middle School will be accepting registration information and Open Enrollment/Out of Zone applications for the 2014-15 school year for students who are currently atte...
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Tri-Con, Inc. will sponsor the 65 Roses 5K chip timing
Tri-Con, Inc. will sponsor the 65 Roses 5K chip timing, a popular feature of the April 12 race at Lee University. All proceeds from the race benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The Chattanooga ...
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Bishop Mark Williams offers prayer for state House Thursday
Church of God General Overseer Mark L. Williams opened the Tennessee House of Representatives in prayer last Thursday morning on the 60th Legislative Day of the 108th Tennessee General Assembly. Wi...
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278th ACR is 2014 Best Warrior
SMYRNA — For every soldier, there comes a time where they have to prove their knowledge and skill. For most, this comes at a schoolhouse, learning a specific task to complete their mission. For a s...
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Community Weather Awareness event held at Ace Hardware
Community Weather Awareness event held at Ace Hardware Saturday. BOUNCE TOYS, fire trucks, LifeForce helicopter were just some of the sites to see and experience.
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More than 200 ride in Bike to Build
Saturday looked like the Olympic cycling events were being held in Cleveland. Actually, those won’t be for another two years and they will be in Rio de Janeiro. But, it was an Olympian effort by hu...
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Cleveland State has been second chance for Don Martinez
Editor’s note: This is the first article in a weekly series designed to share the stories of local community college students in honor of National Community College Month.
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