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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
Doug Berry, vice president of economic development at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, provided Cleveland Kiwanis Club members with an economic development update from 2017, at Thursday's … more
“Paddington 2” managed to pull off an equally sweet, family-friendly sequel to its already beloved predecessor. The first “Paddington” was an exceptional, heartwarming film. … more
Lee to hold winter convocation   Lee University’s winter convocation, a time of spiritual revival and community worship for students, faculty, and staff, will begin Sunday, Jan. 28, with a message from Lee University’s president, Dr. Paul Conn. Services will conclude Thursday morning with musician, singer, and songwriter Phil Wickham.   “Convocation is an important spiritual emphasis week carried out each semester to help us keep our focus on God at Lee University,” says Campus Pastor Dr. Jimmy Harper. “We are fortunate to have a wonderful variety of speakers each semester, but beyond that, the utmost importance of the week is what takes place in the hearts of those who attend. We want to give God time to do His work in our lives.”   Pastor Mitchell Tolle will speak on Monday evening. Tolle is the senior pastor, alongside his wife, at Man O’ War Church in Lexington, Kentucky. He and his wife spent many years using their gifts of both watercolor painting and words to share God’s Word across the nation. After 10 years, they set aside their careers to focus on their place within the church.     Dr. Carolyn Dirksen, Lee’s director of faculty development, will speak on Tuesday morning. Dirksen has worked at Lee University since 1968, where she has served as professor, department chair, and vice president for academic affairs. She received the Lee Excellence in Teaching Award in 1972 and the Excellence in Scholarship Award in 1992. Lee University’s new female dorm, Dirksen Row, was recently named for her and her husband, Dr. Murl Dirksen.   Lee University will welcome back the multi-talented rapper, author, and pastor, Trip Lee, for Tuesday evening’s service. He has released five albums and authored two books and aims to declare the goodness and glory of Jesus Christ through his writing, teaching, and performing. He has also started Built To Brag, an organization that seeks to engage a young, multicultural audience with biblical truths in powerful ways.   Lee's Dr. Mike Hayes will speak on Wednesday evening. Hayes, a Lee alum, currently serves as the vice president for student development and as an assistant professor of educational leadership. He sponsors the Student Leadership Council and oversees the on-campus Summer Honors program for high school juniors and seniors.   Convocation will conclude Thursday morning with Wickham. Originally from California, Wickham has been leading worship services since he was 12 years old. He has released nine albums and has led worship at places such as the Christian summer festival “Soul Survivor,” among others. He draws from influences such as Rufus Wainwright, Coldplay, and Keane to create a unique sound not typically found in worship music. Wickham will also host the student event U-Church that evening.   Weeknight convocation services begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center with overflow in the Dixon Center. Services will include live worship led by LeeU Worship. ??Morning services begin at 10:40 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday and will also be held in the Conn Center with overflow in the Dixon Center.   The university encourages all students and welcomes guests to attend and participate in Convocation. For those unable to attend, livestream viewing will be available at https://livestream.com/leeu.     For more information, contact Campus Ministries at (423) 614-8420.    more
Barbra Gooslin will speak Thursday, 7 p.m., at Souls Outreach Church, 2254 Spring Place Road. more
Linda Jones, Hanna Kazy, Haley Poe-Jones, Lisa Poe-Jones, Jaime Ortiz, Bruce White, Andrew Thompson Jr., Rusty Asble, Jon Nichols, Rhonda Sholar, Lisa Segraves and Jason … more
Both a facilitator and a moderator will be included in the interview process to choose Bradley County’s new 911 director. more
Members of the Cleveland Board of Public Utilities, and CU staff members, are in the process of attempting to change the day and time of monthly board meetings.At a recent meeting kicking off the new … more
With more than $9 million of infrastructure on the boards, there has to be something in downtown Cleveland to draw people to the town’s center. more
With less than four weeks remaining before the filing deadline, several potential candidates for Bradley County’s elected offices have picked up petitions. As of Monday, Jan. 22, many of those have returned their signed petitions so they can be placed on the May 1 ballot. Others have picked up petitions, but have not returned them, but still have until Feb. 15 at noon to meet the deadline. more
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