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Lee University to host Homecoming 2014 on Nov. 7 and 8
Over the past 54 years, Lee University graduates have come together annually to celebrate and remember. Homecoming 2014 is rapidly approaching and Lee looks forward to a time when old friends can c...
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SAR recognize Memorial members; trial on pension denial
The Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution held its monthly meeting Oct. 9 at the Elks Club. President Dave Whaley called the meeting to order, the Rev. Sam Melton g...
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Lee holds 12th annual literary symposium
On Oct. 11, Lee University’s chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honor Society, held its 12th annual literary symposium featuring critical and creative work. The symposium program...
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Dogs are amazing animals
This week as the rain kept coming down I often thought of that old rhyme, "Rain, rain, go away. Come again another day!" But Kloee, my oldest dog who is 15, was throughly enjoying the rain and our ...
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‘Make a Difference Day’ participants are needed
Residents are being asked to show their community spirit by participating in this year’s “Make A Difference Day.” Celebrated on the fourth Saturday in October, USA Today’s “Make A Difference Day” e...
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Military News 10-19
Pablo R. Mejia Navy Seaman Recruit Pablo R. Mejia, son of Nadia Mejia of Cleveland, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week ...
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Lee students compete in Dorm Ward 2014
On Oct. 13, Lee students came from all corners of campus to compete in Dorm Wars 2014: With more than 1,500 staff, faculty, students, and community friends filling Walker Arena, the event was a suc...
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Tennessee DYW Ashley Stevens presents to Kiwanis
By JOYANNA LOVE Banner Senior Staff Writer 2015 Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee Ashley Stevens made a stop in Cleveland Thursday to talk with the local Kiwanis Club. Stevens started her jour...
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New home needed for Duke; dog shot by officer recovering
Nancy and Joe Farbo watched as Duke the pitbull-boxer mix fought for his life in April, and are once again by his side to find him a good home. The 4-year-old pup was shot in the face by authoritie...
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Open house at Jetport

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Cleveland Lions Club meeting 10-19
BRANDON LEE with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency was the speaker for the recent Cleveland Lions Club meeting. Lee talked about the TWRA and it duties. There are 235 uniformed officers in th...
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Howl-o-ween for the Hounds

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Evening of Cleveland Mystery and Folklore scheduled Oct. 29, 30
The seventh annual an Evening of Cleveland Mystery and Folklore will be held Oct. 29 and 30. Stories will be told from 6 to 8 p.m. in several areas of the Fillauer Building, located on the Courthou...
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Lee students and faculty present at TMTA conference
Lee University students and faculty recently presented at the annual meeting of the Tennessee Mathematics Teachers Association (TMTA). The annual fall conference was hosted by the Smoky Mountain Ma...
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Communication Arts building connects Lee with downtown
Lee University opened the doors of the much-anticipated Communication Arts Building to students and the wider community in August. The 41,000-square-foot building sits on the southernmost edge of c...
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