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TAYLOR JONES, School of Business Department Alumnus of the Year Award recipient, speaks at the department dessert reception after receiving his award.   more
Lee University’s School of Music (SOM) will hold a workshop on Saturday, Dec. 18, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for high school students preparing to audition for the 2021-2022 All-State East Senior … more
CHRISTOPHER COMBS, left, wears his award medal with Dr. Josh Black, executive director of Lee Online. Combs was named Lee Online’s Alumnus of the Year.   more
Four juveniles were filmed on security cameras vandalizing the Tinsley Park pool area, according to a Cleveland Police Department incident report.On Tuesday, the CPD was notified of damage at the … more
Bradley County officials want to be sure that all funds being made available through the American Rescue Plan are properly allocated and documented. Bradley County Commissioner Milan Blake brought … more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County decreased by 10 people from Tuesday dropping the total to 163, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report released on … more
Local shoppers, clad in jackets and adorned with toboggans, braved the chilly  pre-dawn temperatures for some hot deals on Black Friday.Although the frigid temps were above freezing, wind gusts … more
A popular holiday carol — written in 1951 by lyricist Meredith Wilson — says a little something about, “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.”In the heart of the songstress, her … more
Almost 700 local families will be blessed this holiday season with food to make their Christmas merry from the William Hall Rodgers Christmas Basket Fund.Horace Coffey, who has been involved with the … more
By now, anybody who is traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday is already there and probably on their way back home filled with turkey, cornbread dressing, jellied cranberry sauce and Grandma’s … more
OLYMPIA PIERCE, left, poses with Dr. Terry Cross, dean of Lee’s School of Religion, following a reception where Pierce received the SOR Honorary Alumna Award.   more
In observance of the holiday, and to allow our dedicated employees to enjoy Thanksgiving Day with their families, the Cleveland  Daily Banner office is closed Thursday.However, we will return to … more
The Cleveland Police Department is seeking a man who allegedly robbed a local bank in South Cleveland late Wednesday afternoon.Sgt. Evie West, CPD public information officer, confirmed the incident … more
The Cleveland Police Department has confirmed a robbery took place at a bank in South Cleveland late Wednesday afternoon.Sgt. Evie West, CPD public information officer, confirmed the incident took … more
Whether the holiday season includes setting a table of homemade food or cozying up near the fireplace, winter includes as many fire hazards as it does celebrations. Cleveland Fire Department's … more
A Cleveland man was flown by Life Force to a Chattanooga hospital on Tuesday after he was reportedly stabbed by an unknown suspect.The incident took place at a residence on 12th Street.According to … more
Gratitude is a version of love celebrated this time of year with friends, family and food. It’s no different at the Boys and Girls Club of the Ocoee Region. The group recently gathered … more
Thanksgiving wishes for the community were abundant from the Bradley County Commission during its work session Monday night. The commissioners and County Mayor D. Gary Davis not only shared those … more
As Americans hit the road on their journeys to family get-togethers for Thanksgiving, they may need to bring their COVID-19 immunization cards along.While some may be irritated by potential … more
A Meigs County woman is alerting the surrounding area after several cemetery markers were recently vandalized in her community.Marilyn Phelps told the Cleveland Daily Banner bronze fixtures such as … more
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