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Partnership between Lee University, Hunter Museum
Lee University, in partnership with The Hunter Museum of American Art, is proud to announce the celebration of its sixth season of String Theory, featuring six world class concerts, beginning this ...
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Lee is not finished yet
Lee University President Dr. Paul Conn acknowledged a question he felt was running through everyone’s mind during Celebration 2014: Are we almost there yet? The answer is no, he said. “We are not o...
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Collectors to showcase plates at 25th anniversary meeting
Organizers are gearing up for the 25th anniversary of an annual show that is expected to draw license plate enthusiasts to the Cleveland area from throughout the Southeast. The East Tennessee Licen...
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Solomon calls on Lee students to lead in quelling discrimination
Dr. Wayne Solomon, professor of Sociology and Religion at Lee University, held an academic seminar titled “Racial Unrest in America” Friday morning on Lee’s campus. As part of Lee’s “Celebration 20...
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Well-run dog parks have rules
Hopes are high that within the next few months Cleveland will finally have a dog park where dogs and their families can enjoy getting out together for some healthy walking, playing, meeting and gre...
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Lee University Presidential Concerts
Lee University’s 23rd Presidential Concert Series promises a variety of top performers, including vocalists, pianists, violinists, and more. These world-class performances will begin with pianist C...
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Dr. Shane Griffith: Lee’s MBA built on ‘experimental learning’
“There’s just something different about your students in terms of their work ethic and their sense of responsibility.” That is what Dr. Shane Griffith said he hears when Lee University business stu...
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12 teams compete in Family Promise’s bed races
Sleeping in on a Saturday morning is one of the great pleasures of life. That luxury was intensified for some this Saturday when they were able to crawl in a bed and have themselves rolled through ...
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Scott Hicks Memorial Golf Classic
Targeting an aggressive $45,000 goal, volunteers directing the newly named 18th annual Scott Hicks Memorial Golf Classic & Auction are gearing up for the campaign’s all-important second thrust. On ...
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100 Black Men of Bradley County Inc. Walk of Life Health Fair
A 46-inch flat-screen TV was given away during the 100 Black Men of Bradley County Inc. Walk of Life Health Fair. From left are Jonathan Porter, co-chair; winner Faye Goldston; and Oscar co-chair.
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Family Promise of Bradley County to host annual bed race Saturday
Family Promise of Bradley County, a local nonprofit organization, is set to host its annual bed race on Saturday. The festival will begin at 11 a.m. and the race is set to start at 1 p.m. This year...
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Home of the Week: Ramsey Street townhouse to be shown in open house
Two townhouses on Ramsey Street are featured as the Home of the Week. The townhouses are to be shown on Sunday, from 2 to 4 p.m. Cindi Richardson with Keller Williams Reality will be hosting the sh...
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Waggin’ on the Way on the Greenway
Many of Bradley County’s dogs and their families came to Raider Drive Park to participate in or spectate at the Greenway Public Arts Committee’s Waggin’ on the Way dog show Sunday, Sept. 14. The ev...
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Pierce dies in drowning accident
The 24-year-old man who was rushed to SkyRidge Medical Center on Wednesday after a near drowning at the Cleveland Family YMCA died Thursday morning. Public Information Officer Evie West and the Cle...
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Speedway reopens
Last Friday, they kicked the tires and tried out the engines for a test drive. Tonight, officially, they’re off and running again at the Cleveland Speedway. The grand reopening comes almost two yea...
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