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Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

KUDZU overtakes a pile of tires discarded along Harrison Pike in Cleveland. The tires are located on a tract of land located between Blythewood Road and Interstate 75.

Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

CLEVELAND CITY SCHOOLS Director Dr. Russell Dyer, left, leads a group of city officials on a tour of the new Candy's Creek Cherokee Elementary School on Monday. A community open house is scheduled tonight from 5 to 7. The school is located at 4445 Georgetown Road (Highway 60).

From Dyer receives TOSS award   |   6/18/19

Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

DIRECTOR OF SCHOOLS Dr. Russell Dyer, standing front left, accepts the Southeast Tennessee Superintendent of the Year award from Dr. Dale Lynch, executive director of the Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents. Also pictured, from left, are Cleveland Board of Education members Dawn Robinson, Peggy Pesterfield, Charlie Cogdill, Krista McKay and Steve Morgan. Not pictured is school board member Carolyn Ingram.

From Dyer receives TOSS award   |   6/18/19

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

LITTER is strewn on a roadway in the Wildwood Avenue area of South Cleveland. The litter looks as if it were discarded within previous weeks.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

A NEW sign welcoming visitors to Cleveland was installed Monday at Exit 25. The sign is located in front of a retaining wall on 25th Street.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

GRADUATES of the Junior Master Gardeners' Program pose for a photo shortly after their graduation during a ceremony held at the Bradley County Juvenile Court. Pictured from left, bottom row, are Gabe Contis, Charity Espy, Kiley Pelfrey and Chloe Cunningham. Top row, from left: Austin Wagnon, James Kennedy, Trevor Lay and Nate Cunningham.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

NATE CUNNINGHAM holds one of several cucumbers he grew for the Junior Master Gardeners' Program.

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Bailey Rogers and Kate Gwaltney, front, are the recipients of the 2019 Ann Guthrie Martin Education Scholarship Award from the Cleveland Bradley County Retired Teachers Association. The award, which includes $500 made possible by voluntary donations of members of the retired teachers association, is presented to a graduating senior planning to enter the field of education. Both girls will be attending Lee University. Members of the Scholarship Committee, back row, are Sandy Sodeman, chair Deborah Flower, Dianne Fair, Carolyn Earnest, Diane Lillard, and Janet Blackwell.

From Retired Teachers scholarship   |   6/18/19

Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

JUDGE BRANDON GIBSON speaks to the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club about statewide criminal justice reform efforts.

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

SCOUTS FROM CLEVELAND Troop 10 were waiting patiently for the start of Friday evening's Flag Day program at the Cleveland Elks Lodge. The ceremony included information . about the U.S. Flag, and the Elks' involvement in Flag Day. Keynote speaker was Rick Williams, national commander of the 40 and 8.

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

A GROUP OF SCOUTS from Cleveland's Troop 10 participated in Friday evening's 2019 Flag Day ceremony, sponsored by the Cleveland Elks Lodge 1944. Guest speakers partcipated in the recognition event, and Elk's chef Chip Caylor and his staff provided lavish refreshments once the program was concluded.

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