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Cleveland City Schools has been struggling to find school bus drivers this school year with the issue coinciding with a nationwide shortage of bus drivers, Director of Operations Hal Taylor … more
Lee University will host “Influence, Faith, and Reason: People of Faith in the Liberal Arts, as Public Intellectuals,” a two-day symposium on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7-8. The event will be held … more
The School of Visual Art and Design at Southern Adventist University will host an art exhibit titled “A Celebration of Life” by painter Myung Joo Oh Shin. The public is invited to the gallery … more
Lee University has named its new recording studio after Voices of Lee (VOL) longtime Director Danny Murray, Lee class of 1975. On Saturday, Sept. 10, a special ribbon-cutting ceremony and dinner took … more
Cleveland State Community College enrolled 3,180 students for the fall semester with 2,093 full-time equivalents (FTE), making it the second-highest enrollment among Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) … more
Rodney Broadnax, of Cleveland city Schools, and Stacey Wielfaert, of Bradley County Schools, have received this year's Lillie F. Fitzgerald Excellence in Teaching Award. It's the highest honor … more
Cleveland High School's fall play production, "The Father of the Bride," will premiere Saturday, Sept. 24. When Mr. Banks learns that one of the young men he has seen occasionally about the … more
The Lee University School of Business recently hosted a recruiting and networking event to let students meet with firms, get information about their current area of study and discover possible … more
A vehicle hit a Cleveland City School bus this morning, Sept. 23, but no students were aboard, district Communications Specialist Caroline Corrigan said.The driver is "doing OK," Corrigan … more
Last week was a big one for Bradley County’s Michigan Avenue Elementary School. The school was recognized for achieving Level 5 status, being named a Reward School, winning the Don Ledford … more
With more than 640 students participating, this year’s Freshman Service Day was the biggest Southern Adventist University has ever held and a result of the incoming class being the third largest in … more
Elementary students in the city school district now have access to a trauma and behavior support program (TAB). TAB is a data-driven, research-based program that aims to help K-5 children … more
Lee University student Joel Godsey, a music business major, has implemented new audio mixing technology into his senior project through software called Dolby Atmos. As music business majors … more
The Lee University board of directors recently awarded promotions in rank to six faculty members. Four were promoted to professor, one to associate professor and one to associate lecturer. The … more
Cleveland State Community College will host a nursing information session at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20, in Room N231 of the Health and Science Center with a Zoom option. CSCC nursing … more
The Tennessee Department of Education released district and school accountability determinations on Monday, and Cleveland City Schools was awarded the "Advancing" achievement for all students in the … more
Several hundred Cleveland High School students crowded the school gymnasium early Tuesday to listen to University of Tennessee System President Randy Boyd and UT Chattanooga Chancellor Steven Angle … more
Bailey Johnson, of Cleveland High School, has been named a semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program competition. The names of therecognized seniors in the 68th annual National Merit … more
Lee University again has ranked in the upper tier of Southern universities in the 2023 U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges report, the school said in a press release. Lee ranked No. 23 … more
Lee University will host the McNair-Ledford Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Science and Math Complex Great Room from 2:30-6 p.m Friday, Sept. 16. Students of all disciplines will present … more
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