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After two days of minor increases, Bradley County's number of COVID-19 active cases resumed its decline Thursday with a drop of four individuals, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s … more
After coming away from its last competition with an armful of awards, the Cleveland High School Marching Band is preparing to compete this weekend at the 36th annual Southern Invitational Music … more
Abundant Blessings Food Ministry, 1807 Blythe Ave., will have a drive-through food giveaway on Saturday, 1 to 3 p.m. Pleases stay in your vehicle and the food will be loaded for you. more
Lee ranks in top Tennessee MBA programs   Lee’s Master of Business Administration program received recognition as one of the best MBA degrees in Tennessee, according to a University HQ ranking. Lee was ranked No. 18 out of over 100 college and university campuses in the state that offer MBA degrees. “We are incredibly honored to be recognized among so many exceptional MBA programs,” said Holly Perleoni, interim director of graduate studies in business. “I am especially proud of our faculty who make a difference in the lives of students each day and our students and what they are accomplishing both academically and professionally. It’s nice to see hard work recognized through this honor.” Lee’s 32-credit-hour MBA program utilizes experiential learning to equip students to apply values-based theory to actual business problems. The flexible, hybrid program allows students to take classes on campus or online and achieve the MBA in just 20 months. The program is led by faculty who have served as executive vice presidents of major manufacturers, advisors to governments, managers for major hospitals, senior bank vice presidents, military commandants, college accreditation board chairmen, financial consultants, securities and actuarial analysts, accountants, tax attorneys, and more. “Our experienced faculty are ready to equip students with the skills they need to thrive in a professional setting,” said Perleoni. “We strive to create a Christ-centered, quality educational experience focused on personal engagement with a global impact.” Lee’s MBA program began in the fall of 2013. It has also been recognized for Best Online MBA Programs by U.S. News and World Report. “We are always thrilled to learn of these listings, and we look forward to how our program will continue to grow in the future,” said Perleoni. University HQ is one of the largest online resources created to help students navigate the higher education process through finding the best colleges, scholarships, and career paths. To view University HQ’s full MBA program rankings, visit https://universityhq.org/best-colleges/tennessee/mba-degrees/. More information on Lee’s MBA program can be found athttps://www.leeuniversity.edu/academics/graduate/mba/, by calling 423-614-8694, or emailingmba@leeuniversity.edu.   more
Lee students visited Belmont Abbey College during the Lilly Conference in North Carolina.   more
Dr. Lorinda Roberts, along with students from the Christian Ministries Department, attended the NYLA Conference at GO Church in Sharpsburg, Ga.   more
A Trail Life area-wide Camporee, challenging the outdoor skills of troops from Chattanooga, East Brainerd, Cleveland, and Dunlap, will be hosted by Hixson Troop TL1967 at Hixson Presbyterian Church on Saturday, Oct. 23 from 9 to 5. more
Active cases increased by just one on Wednesday, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s report. The small increase comes after several days of falling active case numbers, and a … more
The benefit of keeping health insurance coverage that Bradley County government employees seem to like, outweighs $85,000 in savings that would be realized by switching providers. That was the … more
The Bradley-Polk Isaiah 117 House is finally prepared to cut the ribbon. Isaiah 117 House is a Tennessee-based organization founded in Elizabethton by Ronda Paulson and her husband. Paulson felt … more
With the state of Tennessee facing numerous lawsuits in state and federal courts challenging the constitutionally of its sex-offender registry, legislators gathered in Nashville on Wednesday for a … more
It’s finally happening!Groundbreaking for Phase 1 of the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s long awaited $53.9 million Highway 60/Georgetown Road widening project will take place at 10 a.m. … more
TikTok’s “devious licks challenge” has resulted in damage to schools across the country, and local districts are trying to stop the trend here, too. Kids aren’t literally licking … more
TDK has broken ground on Vintage Cleveland, a $35 million apartment community featuring 216 units, TDK President Kent Ayer has announced.“Vintage Cleveland continues our theme of elevated living by … more
This year’s Mainstreet Cleveland Downtown Halloween Block Party is scheduled for Oct. 31, and  preparations for the event have already begunLast week, students from Lee University, Cleveland … more
Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks will proclaim October as Breast Cancer Awareness month at the next session of the Cleveland City Council.City staff have been asked to show support by wearing pink or a … more
Kerea Westfield said that she is ready to move into her new Habitat for Humanity home as soon as possible, and if her son's — Kyreece — fidgety motions are any indication, he is, too.The … more
(Editor's Note: This is a continuation of the Cleveland Daily Banner's coverage of Monday's discussions, and sometimes heated debates, regarding the proposed uses of American Rescue Plan funding by … more
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