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Officials with Ocoee Middle School and the Bradley County Schools district have said they will be reviewing field trip safety protocols after concerns were raised about a recent OMS field … more
Crye-Leike Broker Susan Barnette earns commitment to excellence endorsement   CHATTANOOGA — Crye-Leike Real Estate Services congratulates broker and career development director Susan Barnette on earning the Commitment to Excellence (C2EX) endorsement from the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). The endorsement is earned through a self-directed program that enables real estate professionals to assess and build on their competency in specific core areas of real estate practice.    “Earning the Commitment to Excellence endorsement is a true accomplishment and an affirmation to consumers that you stand for ethics and professionalism in your work,” said 2019 NAR President John Smaby. “A C2EX endorsement offers consumers the ease of mind that they have a skilled advisor, committed to conducting business at the highest standard, helping them through what may be the largest purchase or sale in their life.”   A member of the real estate industry for 23 years, Barnette is associated with Crye-Leike’s Chattanooga – East Brainerd branch office and serves the real estate needs of buyers and sellers in the Greater Chattanooga and North Georgia regions. Barnette is a member of NAR, the Tennessee Association of REALTORS® (TAR), the Greater Chattanooga Association of REALTORS® (GCAR) and the River Counties Association of REALTORS® (RCAR).   To accompany her C2EX endorsement, Barnette has previously earned the designations of Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR), Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES), Military Relocation Professional (MRP), Internet Professional (E-Pro) and Master-Graduate Real Estate Institute (M-GRI). Barnette’s C2EX endorsement is yet another significant achievement that proves she has the drive to further her career in order to benefit clients.   “Over the many years I have practiced real estate, I have always wanted to demonstrate to my clients that I will offer them my services with the highest level of professionalism,” said Barnette. “The completion of the Commitment to Excellence program was a natural progression for me to show them my business is conducted at the highest standard.” ——— more
River Valley AgCredit has announced the addition of  Todd Miles as a loan officer at the Cleveland Service Center. Miles graduated from Murray County High School in 2014, and advanced to earn a … more
Seasoned attorney David Mittelstadt has announced the formation of The Mittelstadt Law Firm LLC, a Chattanooga area-based national practice focusing primarily on transactional business tax … more
CHI Memorial’s mobile health coaches will provide mammography screenings and lung CT screenings at the Remote Area Medical (RAM) clinic at Cleveland High School on Saturday and Sunday.The mobile … more
LINDA GAMBILL shared the lily photos. more
Physicians Care has announced a new certified nurse practitioner to the Cleveland healthcare team. more
Roxanne Phillips, with the Vascular Institue of Chattanooga, was honored with the best poster award on her quality improvement project on provider awareness to statin, prescribing guidelines at the … more
A 2-year-old Cleveland boy died Thursday after he was run over by a vehicle while he was standing in the driveway of his parents' residence.According to Evie West, public information officer for the … more
Cleveland City Schools Director Dr. Russell Dyer is emphasizing his commitment to the local school district after his was among the names submitted to another district looking for a new … more
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