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It might look like a USB drive, a pen or a portable battery. It plugs in, charges, and smells like candy. E-cigarettes can be difficult to identify until you see a puff of smoke. But states are … more
A mother-daughter shopping trip is getting a pre-paid sequel, thanks to the Cleveland Daily Banner and Merchants’ $500 Christmas Cash Giveaway. more
Old Timers/Thanksgiving with the Joint Heirs singing will be held today, 10:30 a.m., at Four Point Baptist Church, 3501 Old Tasso Road. more
The MainStreet Cruisers presented checks to several local nonprofit organizations during a ceremony held Friday at the historic Fillauer House in downtown Cleveland. Organizations receiving … more
Ladies Day will be observed on Saturday, Jan. 11, 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at New Liberty Baptist Church, 900 King St. S.W. Doris Bowman will be speaking on the “The Light of the World.” There will be a meal in the fellowship hall. more
Cleveland Utilities consistently strives to provide customers with efficient and beneficial service offerings. Effective with April 2020 bills, Cleveland Utilities will implement a new Water Loss Program to help with unexpected costs associated with water loss. Prior to implementation, CU will communicate the program details via bill inserts, advertisements and education opportunities. This will allow for a minimum of 3-months’ notice to customers. Our customer service representatives are always available to answer any questions concerning this program. Two options will be available as outlined below:
Option 1
 $1.00 per month Opt-Out Program Covers up to a maximum of $1,000 in water/wastewater bills in a rolling 12-month period Can be used to cover 2 months of bills during leak event Requires documentation that leak has been fixed, with AMI confirmation Available to all customers Location ID specific more
Cleveland City Schools' aviation program is the recipient of more than $31,100 in grant funding from the Tennessee Department of Transportation Aeronautics Division. The Cleveland City Schools … more
The Beecken Center of the School of Theology at the University of the South is offering a new continuing education opportunity for clergy and lay persons of all denominations.  “Engaging … more
Run with patience   Life is a race, the writer of Hebrews states. The runner, however, knows that “warm-up weights,” which are typical of sin, are to be laid aside in life’s serious competition, in order to run with endurance. The sin — “that does so easily beset us” — is the sin which is most apt to hinder in the running and invites discouragement.  (Hebrews 12:1 KJV: Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us,) The Saturday Evening Post, September 1989, told the story of Coach Lou Holtz of the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. It was said that he quickly became legendary in his adherence to discipline. “When it comes to discipline here,” Holtz says, “We ask three questions: Will it make him a better man? A better student? A better athlete? If the answer is yes, we make him do it. The next step is up to him. An individual has a choice when you discipline him: either to become bitter or better.” more
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