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Students from across the Lee University campus will come together on the evening of Monday, Oct. 3, to compete in Lee’s 29th annual Dorm Wars. Dorm Wars will bring more than 1,000 students and … more
The Bradley County school district is hosting a free ESL parent workshop from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29,  at the PIE Center Conclave. ESL, or English as a second language, is … more
“These words spake Jesus, and lifted up his eyes to heaven, and said, Father, the hour is come; glorify thy Son, that thy Son also may glorify thee:” (John 17:1 KJV). I love getting a … more
Lee University’s Wind Ensemble will open its 24th season with a performance  at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, in the Conn Center on Lee’s campus. The ensemble is led by David Holsinger, … more
Trek Thru Truth, an emerging interactive ministry and children's museum, is beginning the process of hiring its first executive director. This will be a national search with assistance from the … more
Four Cleveland State nursing students recently were inducted into Cleveland State’s Beta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Delta Nu, the honor society for associate degree nurses.

Cleveland … more
I took my computer to Staples and it’s running, but I have to get it programmed again. So I hope the next column will be from mine. Hope – a leap of faith Hope. It’s a joyous word, a victorious word, and a satisfying word of assurance and strength. Hope, I read, means to “leap up in expectation.” Hope differs from desire or wish in that it implies some expectation of obtaining the good desired or the possibility of possessing it. Hope always gives pleasure or joy, whereas wish and desire may produce or be accompanied with pain and anxiety. (The hypocrites’ hope shall perish, says Job 8:13.) Hope is confidence in a future event, well-founded expectation of good, as a hope founded on God’s gracious promises in the scriptural sense (Hebrews 1:1; Joel 3:16), Confidence and trust is the certainty of hope, grounded on evidence in the Word (Psalm 42:5). But how do we obtain hope? (Romans 5:5: And hope maketh not ashamed, because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us.) Hope comes directly through our relationship with God. How do we develop that relationship? Of course, through prayer and reading of His Word. more
The latest "bucket" of money from the American Rescue Plan awaits a designation, and five area utilities are vying for a share of the funds."(The money) is coming to Bradley County for utilities in … more
For the fifth time since 2009, the Cleveland Police Department was recertified by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement — an organization that strengthens and centralizes law … more
This will be the fourth year that Wreaths Across America will be held at the Bradley County Veterans Cemetery, and for the next month and a half, these wreaths that will be placed on veterans … more
Just over a decade ago, a walk to remember victims of domestic violence, especially children who had been abused, was dedicated to Melisha Gibson. That walk will continue next month in what is being … more
The Cleveland firefighter who resigned after a grand jury indicted him on three counts of alleged crimes against a female victim inadvertently led police to his own doorstep.Logan Helton, 27, … more
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
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include … more
Average gasoline prices have risen 3.2 cents in the past week, averaging $3.67 on Monday, Sept. 26. The lowest price in Tennessee on Monday was $2.75, while the highest was $3.99.The national … more
Lee University students Zadie Fiveash, Brandon Newell and Macy Petty recently returned from Washington, D.C., after completing internships in their respective fields.   “This summer … 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
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