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The Ocoee Middle School BETA Club is collecting toothbrushes and toothpaste for the hurricane victims in Texas. Collection began Wednesday with special guests helping kick off the event and will … more
NASHVILLE — Tennessee Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced recently that more than 29,000 students took Advanced Placement exams in 2017 — a record high for Tennessee. In … more
Cleveland State Community College has recognized its academically talented students for summer 2017. Each semester, students achieving a 4.0 GPA are recognized by being placed on the President’s … more
NASHVILLE — Three Bradley County residents received degrees at WGU Tennessee’s fourth commencement ceremony, which took place Saturday, Aug. 26, at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in … more
A team of faculty and staff from Cleveland State Community College were selected to participate in the National Summer Institute on Learning Communities this summer held at The Evergreen State … more
This summer, Lee University mathematics majors Amy Carpenter, Josey Carroll, and Meredith Sheeks presented at the Mathematical Association of America MathFest in Chicago. MathFest is the national … more
The 16th year of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Youth Leadership program kicked off with 26 high school juniors and seniors recently attending a daylong leadership retreat before the start … more
The Friday prior to a long weekend served as the ideal time for Cleveland Middle School to hold its third annual health fair and health screening. A multitude of different health-related … more
Chattanooga — From Sept. 10 through 30, the Tennessee Aquarium will offer special half-price admission to scouts and guests traveling with members of scouting organizations. The discount applies to … more
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