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Brace yourselves, dark manufacturing plants are coming.But while that warning my incite fear and loathing among the populace, Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce vice president of economic … more
Headliners at the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee for Friday night will be an up-and-coming bluegrass band called The Grandview Mountain Pickers. What makes these pickers so special is they are five … more
A Cleveland man was convicted of rape of a child and incest Wednesday by a Bradley County jury. The man, William Shane Neely, 41, is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday, July 9. He is facing a … more
THIS PHOTO shows the Lee University campus Tuesday morning. Photo courtesy of Kay McDaniel. more
Dr. Coombs to present Critical Conversations for Conflict Resolution How do you approach difficult conversations when you don’t like conflict? Instead of avoiding difficult conversations, find the courage to start confronting people in a constructive way. The Women’s Council quarterly programming for 2019 will center around the theme of “Critical Conversations. . .” The first quarter luncheon, held on Monday, Feb. 25, at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, will feature Dr. Rob Coombs speaking on Conflict Resolution.  As a retired professor and writer, Dr. Coombs is committed to strengthening families. He welcomes opportunities to lead seminars and retreats for churches, schools, and businesses on a variety of family issues such as stress management, family systems, conflict resolution, spiritual enrichment, holistic health, and marriage enhancement. more
Lee University will host a reception to celebrate the opening of the fourth annual High School Art Exhibit on Thursday, Feb. 28, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Both the exhibit and the reception will be located … more
The UT/TSU Extension offers programming in 4-H, Agriculture, and Family & Consumer Sciences.   The organization has been meeting the needs of Bradley County residents for over 90 years and the staff members are very important to the work that is done locally. This week they have welcomed a new administrative assistant, Lisa Williams. more
The Cleveland Health and Educational Facilities Board ratified and approved a payment-in-lieu-of-taxes agreement between the city of Cleveland and Cleveland Summit L.P., Thursday during its regularly … more
TERRI FORD submitted the photo of cardinals sitting in an Ocoee winter wonderland. The photo was taken by her husband, Stephen. more
Following its annual board meeting in January, the Lee University Board of Directors awarded tenure to nine faculty members, effective August 2019. The new tenured faculty members are Drs. Drew … more
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