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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 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
Lee University sociology students recently served residents of Memory Care of Morning Side in Chattanooga as part of their gerontology course, taught by Dr. Karen Mundy-Judkins. The purpose of the … more
The Polk County Education Foundation will have its Annual Golf Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 9, at Chatata Valley Golf Club. The tournament helps fund the foundation scholarships for Polk County High … more
Students in Mrs. Lay’s class at Yates Primary studied the phenomenon of a solar eclipse during technology class. They enjoyed watching videos and making a diagram during a Nearpod lesson on iPads … more
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