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Southern Heritage: Food drive to help United Way partners
For 15 consecutive years, Southern Heritage Bank has hosted its “Cleveland Helping Cleveland” food drive to help United Way of Bradley County partner agencies stock their pantries for the coming ye...
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Why limbs fall in your yard
Special to the Banner Travel around a neighborhood after a storm and you will see tree limbs, large and small, scattered about the ground. Why do some limbs fall in high winds or after ice storms w...
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‘From Generation to Generation’ is theme of Seminary’s Heritage Week
The Pentecostal Theological Seminary will celebrate its annual Heritage Week beginning Tuesday. The theme is “From Generation to Generation: Honoring Mothers and Fathers,” and the week’s activities...
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Glasscock is region supervisor finalist
A local school system supervisor has been named a finalist for the Tennessee Department of Education’s annual Supervisor of the Year award. Dan Glasscock, Bradley County Schools’ supervisor of seco...
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Ringstaff offers review of city schools grow: ESL department proposal offered
Cleveland City Schools Director Dr. Martin Ringstaff recently presented a summary of the 2013-14 school year to the Cleveland Board of Education, as part of his annual update. He reported 5,193 stu...
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Fire-Rescue tries out new training platforms
Any member of an emergency service will say it is all about the training. In some ways it sounds very cold and unfeeling, but the idea of numerous and repetitive training is to make what could be a...
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Red Clay Pow Wow continues today
The Red Clay Pow Wow continues today, beginning at 10 a.m., at Red Clay State Historic Area Park.
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Industries partner to ‘Make a Difference’ at Tinsley Park
A spirit of volunteerism brought industries from around Bradley County together Friday for the Cleveland Associated Industries cleanup of Tinsley Park. Due to the overwhelming response to requests ...
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Dr. Lamar Vest installed as PTS president
The Pentecostal Theological Seminary has installed its newest president, the 10th in the institution’s nearly 40-year history. Dr. R. Lamar Vest was officially given the responsibility of leading t...
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Around Town
Wayne, Casey and Malachi Henry making up hundreds of trick-or-treat bags ... Joel Rogers gearing up for the Jingle Bell Jog ... Justin Waggoner brewing up a cup of goodness ... Joan Hembree “observ...
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EMS reviews, drills for infectious diseases
With the growing concerns of infectious disease, Bradley County EMS is being proactive and reviewing its infectious disease protocols. Current policies and procedures are being reviewed and updated...
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First Volunteer Bank named Extraordinary Bank of the Year
Chattanooga — First Volunteer Bank, a leading community bank in Tennessee and North Georgia, is the recipient of the 2014 Extraordinary Banking Award presented by the Institute for Extraordinary Ba...
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Lottery Numbers
(AP) — These state lotteries were drawn: Tennessee Friday Cash 3 Evening: 6-6-5, Lucky Sum: 17 Cash 3 Midday: 7-8-0, Lucky Sum: 15 Cash 3 Morning: 7-4-8, Lucky Sum: 19 Cash 4 Evening: 0-4-9-2, Luck...
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Fort Hill Walking Tours are today
Students in period attire to ‘bring to life’ individuals from historic Cleveland Lee University and the Bradley County Historical and Genealogical Society will present the Eighth Annual Walking Tou...
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Church Activities
Joe Washington will speak at His Hands Extended Devotional at 7 a.m. Tuesday, at the Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St. N.W. ——— Varnell Full Gospel Church, 214 Cedar St., will have a Homecoming today. T...
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