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Shawnessey Cargile of the Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee visited the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library recently to inform both children and adults about epilepsy, and how they … more
The Rotary Club of Cleveland had a very special guest speaker Tuesday afternoon, as U.S. Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) set time aside to visit with and address the group. Currently on August … more
Though there were very few who dressed in star-themed clothing, it still was a fun time to watch the solar eclipse at Cleveland State Community College on Monday. The courtyard between the … more
Lee University will welcome Quartetto Gelato to Pangle Hall for the opening performance of Lee’s 26th annual Presidential Concert Series on Thursday, Sept. 7, at 7:30 p.m. With a performance … more
By ALLEN MINCEY Staff Writer Two members of Bradley County Fire-Rescue will be in Texas for the next eight days, helping those in that area following this week’s hurricane and tropical … more
There are very few sights which can raise the spirit like that of the American flag waving in the wind against a sunny sky. It can also serve to bring a nation together in mourning the passing … more
If your backyard is home to a pet pig, dog, cat or goat, mark your calendar. The Cleveland Tractor Supply Company is welcoming all leashed, friendly animals to visit the store during Pet … more
Tennessee State Apiarist Michael Studer recently visited Cleveland State Community College to talk about the importance of bees. An apiarist is someone who keeps and studies bees. Studer … more
Today is the day the grills are headed for a last flame, the boats are out for a last summer splash, and footballs are hitting the air as the cusp of fall clings to summer’s end. Labor Day … more
There is nothing more resilient than the human spirit and Marjorie Hewlett, one of the bright spots at Cleveland’s Senior Center, is living proof. Born and raised in Phoenix, Hewlett and her … more
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