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Cleveland City Schools is asking local adults to consider joining one of the several new Community Engagement Committees it is forming this school year. The school district is launching … more
It's been rumored for awhile, but now it's confirmed. Bradley County Veterans Services Director Larry McDaris is retiring.McDaris and the highly regarded Bradley County Veterans Office have assisted … more
Polk County Board of Education members are being asked to assist with an ongoing problem facing the school system — antiquated heating and air units.At Tuesday evening's board meeting at Copper … more
A recent gathering of the Bradley County Interagency Council featured two speakers from different organizations, On Point and Foundation House Ministries, speaking on the importance of offering … more
The Lee University board of directors recently awarded four faculty members promotions in rank from associate professor to professor:  Matthew Krepps, Caroline Maher-Boulis, Austin Patty, and … more
Chattanooga — On Sept. 15, after a summer spent growing big and strong on a diet of bloodworms, the latest class of lake sturgeon finally graduated from the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation … more
  The Lee University board of directors recently awarded eight faculty members promotions in rank from assistant professor to associate professor: Jonathan Cornett, Sarah Schlosser, Laura … more
Revolutionary War era medical practices and beliefs were the topics addressed at the September meeting of the Colonel Benjamin Cleveland Chapter, Tennessee Sons of the American Revolution. more
Area veterans will be recognized once again by Cleveland's Chick-fil-A restaurant, and several community partners, during this 2018 Veteran's Day weekend.Restaurant owners Karen and Steve Colley have … more
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