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Motion to dismiss liquor tax litigation denied
Cleveland’s motion to dismiss Bradley County Schools request for a declaratory judgment on liquor by the drink tax has been denied. The order was filed in Bradley County Chancery Court on Sept. 24....
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Tennessee Promise has 22,800 registered
NASHVILLE (AP) — With a month left for high school seniors to apply, 22,800 students have already registered for Gov. Bill Haslam’s Tennessee Promise program. A Chattanooga newspaper reports the en...
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18 programs given United Way grants
The United Way Health Endowment Fund is close to reaching $1 million in grants to assist local nonprofit organizations. For 2015, grants totaling $998,235.32 will be distributed to 18 different pro...
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Community Foundation organized
They say there is strength in numbers. If that statement is taken to heart for the betterment of the community and the people who live there, it is fitting that an organization which brings togethe...
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Your Best Shot 9-28

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The Oak Grove Ruritan

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Life Bridges

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Aquaponics: CHS students to design, build portable system
Engineering design and development students at Cleveland High School launched themselves out of the box and the classroom in pursuit of building a portable aquaponics system. The system combines aq...
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School breakfast, lunches are up in school systems
Both the Bradley County and Cleveland City school systems have seen increases in the numbers of students eating breakfast and lunch at school this year. Local school nutrition officials attributed ...
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Church Activities
Ron Hill will speak at His Hands Extended Devotional at 7 a.m. Tuesday, at the Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St. N.W. ——— Old Timers Day will be held at Center Point Baptist Church, Lower River Road, to...
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Great Pumpkin Chase 5K set for Greenway
The third annual 40 & 8 Great Pumpkin Chase 5K will take place Saturday, Oct. 4, to benefit the Voiture 735’s nursing training scholarship and child welfare programs. “A lot of organizations will h...
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Lottery Numbers
(AP) — These state lotteries were drawn Thursday: Tennessee Cash 3 Evening: 9-3-5, Lucky Sum: 17 Cash 3 Midday: 7-4-4, Lucky Sum: 15 Cash 3 Morning: 2-2-5 Cash 4 Evening: 3-5-1-1, Lucky Sum: 10 Cas...
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Utility’s telecom study closer
Consulting firms to get requests
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It’s a Special Day For...
Eric Starling, Brenda Crisp, Brandon Wade, Lori Raper, Sue Porter, Jennifer Browning, Paula Maddux, Lynne Thompson and Skip Greer, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Jackie Wattenbarger, who i...
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Fall Festival Saturday at Charleston
Charleston Fall Festival will be held on Saturday, beginning at 3 p.m. There will be games for all ages, a silent auction and a live auction at 6:30 p.m. Wristbands are $10 at the gate.
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