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The two candidates for County Court Clerk, Gayla Harris Miller and Jeff Young, have responded to the candidate questions posed by the Cleveland Daily Banner. more
The cost to secure the Bradley County Courthouse during construction and restoration is not a concern now, but officials are keeping an eye on those expenses. more
Bradley County Trustee Mike Smith’s projection to sign up the 1,440th participant by the end of the current enrollment period in the growing partial payment program appears to be headed for … more
Lee University is moving forward with its plans for this year’s Great Strides walk and 65 Roses 5K run to support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Organizers of the event, set to take place … more
Baylor Professor to Continue Centennial Lecture Series   The Lee University Department of Theology will host Dr. Mikeal Parsons on Thursday, March 22. The lecture will take place at 7 p.m. in Jones Lecture Hall, located in Lee’s School of Religion, Room 113.   Parsons, professor of New Testament studies and the Macon Chair in Religion at Baylor University, will present “The Ethiopian Eunuch Unhindered: Embodied Rhetoric in Acts 8” as part of Lee University’s Centennial Lecture Series.   The lecture will examine the social location of eunuchs in the ancient world in order to gauge the early church’s level of openness to those on the fringes of Greco-Roman society.   “Mike Parsons is one of the leading Luke-Acts scholars of his generation and a wonderful example to all of what it means to be a devoted churchman in the academy,” said Dr. Mark Proctor, associate professor of New Testament at Lee.   Parsons currently serves as editor of the academic journal Perspectives in Religious Studies and as co-editor for the series “Paideia: Commentaries on the New Testament.” In addition to his editorial work, Parsons has authored and co-authored numerous works such as “Rethinking the Unity of Luke and Acts,” “Luke: Storyteller, Evangelist, Interpreter,” and “Body and Character in Luke and Acts: The Subversion of Physiognomy in Early Christianity.”   He is a longstanding member of the Society for Biblical Literature (SBL) and has served as president of the SBL- Southwest Region and president of the National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion.   Parsons is a native of North Carolina and is married to Dr. Heidi J. Hornik, professor of Italian Renaissance art history at Baylor.   The Centennial Lecture Series, sponsored by Lee University Office of Academic Affairs, will take place throughout 2018 as the university celebrates its 100th year.   Thursday’s lecture is free, non-ticketed, and open to the public.   For more information about the event, contact the Department of Theology at (423) 303-5110.   more
EDITOR'S NOTE: Because of the number of questions asked during the Bradley County/Cleveland 911 Director Search Committee's interviews of three candidates, as well as available publication space, coverage of the interviews are being included in the Cleveland Daily Banner in three articles. Today's edition includes the second article, while the third article will be in Friday's edition. The first article was in Wednesday’s edition. The three candidates interviewed by the Bradley County/Cleveland 911 Director Search Committee were questioned on several topics on Tuesday. Included in this article are their responses regarding budgeting, decision making and management styles. more
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park seeks volunteers for Annual Civil War Trust Park Day more
The Bradley County Master Gardeners group will meet at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 5, at the UT Extension Office in downtown Cleveland. For more information, call 728-7001 more
The city of Cleveland has a full list of projects either underway or ready to go which are meant to improve the quality of life for residents. more
The initiative to improve the Blythe-Oldfield community which has been known as “Impact Cleveland” now has a new name and a larger mission. more
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