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Remembering 9/11, Mayor Emeritus Tom Rowland and Kelvin Bishop of "Cleveland 100" spoke to the Cleveland Civitan Club Wednesday about the various ways their organization provides services for families of first responders who have fallen in the line of duty. From left are Kelsey Hall, Pam Edgemon, Jim Edgemon, Tom Rowland, Beth Woodard, Jeanne Mabry, Kelvin Bishop, Lee Tate, Martin Mabry, Batty Haralson and Georgia Gann.

From civitan 9-11 Remembering 9   |   9/17/19

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

CLEVELAND CITY MANAGER Joe Fivas, far left, congratulates city of Cleveland employees for receiving the Government Finance Officers Association's Distinguished Budget Award and the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting during the Cleveland City Council meeting earlier this week. From left are Fivas, Beverly Lindsey, Kristi Powers, Darla Jenkins, Amy Newman CPA Mark Lay, Shawn McKay, Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks, Lavinia Johnson, Laura Duncan and Christy Brandon.

From Raiders hold off Trojans   |   9/14/19

From Raiders hold off Trojans   |   9/14/19

From Raiders hold off Trojans   |   9/14/19

From Raiders hold off Trojans   |   9/14/19

From Raiders hold off Trojans   |   9/14/19

From Raiders hold off Trojans   |   9/14/19

From Raiders hold off Trojans   |   9/14/19

Banner photo, RICHARD ROBERTS

CLEVELAND RUNNING BACK Tetoe Boyd breaks a tackle attempt of a Trojan defender in the second quarter Friday, at Soddy-Daisy.

From Raiders hold off Trojans   |   9/14/19

Banner photo, RICHARD ROBERTS

BLUE RAIDERS wide receiver Robert Flowers (2) breaks free for a 72-yard touchdown run in the second quarter against the Trojans Friday, at Soddy-Daisy High School.

From Raiders hold off Trojans   |   9/14/19

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

CLEVELAND COUNTRY CLUB — The Cowpea Festival team included, from left, Rebecah Taylor, Derrick Haefs, and Shari Lovesy.

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