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Lee University recently announced Dhuranique Ferguson as winner of the 2022 F.J. Lee Award. Ferguson was recognized for this honor during a special chapel service in … more
Four students from Cleveland graduated from Carson-Newman University in the spring 2022 semester: Chrissy Easterly, doctorate of education, educational leadership; Brittane Moore, educational … more
What started as a new way to look at education six years ago now has generated the third group of graduates from the Tennessee Valley Early College (TVEC) at Cleveland State Community … more
Lynnae Eades, a junior piano performance and music education double major from Fairmont, West Virginia, recently was named Lee University’s 2022 Presser Undergraduate Scholar. She was recognized … more
Sarah Wilson might only be 19 years old, but when she saw a problem, she was determined to start a business to provide the solution.The problem? What to do with your dog(s) when you go on vacation or … more
MONDAY | May 30 Memorial Day – CLOSED Library materials will not accrue late fees for this day. Normal hours resume Tuesday, May 31. TUESDAY | May 31 Scholastic Book Fair – LAST DAY … more
Ty A. Stone was named Wednesday as president of Cleveland State Community College after a months-long national search, the Tennessee Board of Regents said in a livestreamed meeting. TBR appoints … more
Tennessee’s college enrollment rate is still declining, the state Tennessee Higher Education Commission said Monday, May 23, in releasing its inaugural college-going status report. The new … more
 Bryan Poole, associate professor of psychology, has been named the recipient of Lee University’s 2022 Excellence in Scholarship Award.   The winner is chosen each year by the … more
Lee University’s Holly Perleoni has been named the winner of the 2022 Excellence in Advising Award. “I have been blessed to work with incredible students, and I feel fortunate to play even a … more
WATERVILLE COMMUNITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GOLD HONOR ROLL Third grade:  Anberlin Dare, Sophia Anselment, Max Osborn, Jesi Carr, Annie Conway, Vlad Khmelnytskyi, Nicholas Silva, Colton Russell, Drey … more
Lee University’s Helen DeVos College of Education recently named Kayla Evans, Olivia Swartzel and Sarah Wade the recipients of the Jimmy W. Bilbo Excellence in Student Teaching Award. Bilbo was … more
Cleveland City Schools already has installed cameras and locked doors to prevent a school massacre like the Texas rampage that left 19 children and two adults dead, the local superintendent said … more
Bradley County Schools has announced several internal personnel changes for the 2022-23 school year.After 34 years in Bradley County Schools, Angie Gill, director of testing and accountability, is … more
Four students from Cleveland made the dean’s list for the spring 2022 semester at Maryville College: Cheyenne Blevins, an American Sign Language-English interpreting and psychology double major; … more
An alumni group is trying to reschedule a meeting canceled Monday to discuss Lee University's recently leaked policy on sexuality and gender.The Affirming Alum Collective, founded last year, is … more
Lake Forest Middle School assistant football coaches Josh Hindman and Josh Gregory are taking on a monumental fundraising project to upgrade the current football complex. The project will cost … more
Sixth grade students at Cleveland Middle School competed in an egg drop challenge during their final week of school before the summer break. Students were challenged to design and build a device that … more
Cleveland High School recently announced seven inductees have made its ninth annual Alumni Hall of Fame.They are graduates of CHS who have “high levels of achievement in their field of endeavor and … more
Cleveland State Community College will offer Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math camps again this summer. The STEAM program is a nationwide effort to give young students the tools they … more
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