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Ken Collins

Photo courtesy, WACKER POLYSILICON

WACKER POLYSILICON is seeking to fill 60 open positions at its Charleston plant, shown in this photo. According to its plant site manager, Ken Collins, the median wage at the plant is $32 hourly.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

THE CLEVELAND CITY COUNCIL voted 7-0 Monday to accept the former First Tennessee Bank building, shown in this file photo, as a gift from local businessman Forrest Preston.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

A BATHTUB, as shown in this December Banner file photo across Frontage Road across from Cleveland Towne Center, lies in the center of a mound of discarded tires on a wooded property. Efforts by Cleveland and Bradley County officials are underway to have the Tennessee General Assembly pass more stringent penalties for scrap tire littering.

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An unknown man is seen on a surveillance camera dumping tires in the Frontage Road area in Bradley County.

Banner file photo, KAITLIN GEBBY

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David Swindle, chairman of the newly established Scholarship Program of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Tennessee Delta Chapter, awarded Cole Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chip Davis of Cleveland, its fall semester 2021 Phi Delta Theta, Tennessee Delta Chapter Scholarship Award for $1000at Tennessee Technological University. Cole is majoring in finance, and is planning to graduate in the fall 2023.

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Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

A dryer caught fire Monday, forcing the evacuation of the Cleveland Family YMCA, 220 Urbane Road NE.

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LADY FLAMES' RUNNER Mikayla Beeler (3) was part of the distance medley relay team that placed first at the Vanderbilt Invitational.

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