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CSCC named to President’s Community Service Honor Roll
The Corporation for National and Community Service recently honored Cleveland State Community College as a leader among institutions of higher education for its support of volunteering, service-lea...
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Teams organize for Habitat Women Build
The women are ready with their hammers and saws, as Habitat for Humanity’s second annual Women Build of Cleveland approaches. Women Build is an initiative for women who want to build homes and comm...
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Cleveland Bridal Fair planned Feb. 8 at Lee’s Walker arena
Mix 104.1 will be hosting its eighth annual Cleveland Bridal Fair, presented by The Town Squire on Feb. 8. The event will be held in the Lee University Paul Dana Walker Arena Feb. 8, from 1 to 4 p....
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Lee students depart for semester of study, opportunities in United Kingdom
Twenty Lee University students departed for the annual United Kingdom Semester Study Abroad trip on Jan. 19. The semester study-abroad program offers participants the unique opportunity to earn 15 ...
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Carlson, Peterson receive ACA Fellowships
Lee University faculty members Dr. Katherine Carlson and Dr. Brian Peterson have been awarded Post-Doctoral Faculty Fellowships from the Appalachian College Association for use on individual projec...
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Lee University’s U-Church
Lee University’s U-Church will offer another diverse series of concerts this semester, providing students the opportunity to worship together in a unique chapel format. The lineup includes Royal Ta...
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Color Guard raises funds to honor deceased veterans
Cleveland Bradley Color Guard will hold its annual fundraising pancake breakfast Feb. 21, from 7 to 10 a.m. Tickets are on sale now and must be purchased in advance. Tickets will be available until...
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USDA selects new projects
NASHVILLE — Kevin Brown, Tennessee State conservationist, announced the selection of two RCPP projects in Tennessee which will receive funding as part of regional Conservation Partnership Program. ...
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Howell plans Town Hall meeting
State Rep. Dan Howell will host a Town Hall meeting Thursday, beginning at 6 p.m., at the Park View Elementary School library. “This meeting is not as much designed for me to talk to constituents, ...
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Cole Ledford wins heifer scholarship
MURFREESBORO — Six Tennessee youth won scholarships from Farm Credit Services Mid-America, which were awarded at the 30th Annual Tennessee Cattlemen's Association and Trade Show on Jan. 15 through ...
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Woodmen of the World Chapter 16 awards

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New uniform 911 rate provides revenue stream
The 911 Funding Modernization and IP Transition Act, a piece of legislation passed by the Tennessee General Assembly last year, took effect Jan. 1. Intended to uniform 911 surcharges statewide and ...
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‘Harry Potter’ comes to the CSCC library
The library at Cleveland State Community College played host to a group of visitors dressed up as witches, wizards and magic professors during the opening of a traveling exhibit Thursday. A Nationa...
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Jerry Gay receives Bronze Star: Lessons of loyalty, teamwork ‘started all in my hometown’
“I have taken Cleveland, Tennessee with me around the world.” When Jerry Gay makes that statement, it is much more than hometown pride talking. He speaks to the values, morals and life lessons all ...
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Justice panel looks at consolidating services
The Justice Committee of the County Commission will study the potential of consolidating the maintenance and fuel services of the Sheriff’s Office with the County EMS and Fire-Rescue departments. A...
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