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Tennessee Commissioner of Safety and Homeland Security David Purkey was named an honorary lifetime members of the Cleveland 100 during ceremonies Thursday night. Mayor Tom Rowland, one of the … more
Mercy Tabernacle, 433 Clemmer Ferry Road, Benton, will have its Feast of the Pentecost, Thursday through Sunday. Thursday prayer starts a 1 p.m., with trumpet sounding at 1:30; service at 7:30 p.m.; … more
Abigail Duncan, who teaches second grade at Oak Grove Elementary School, was presented the 2017 Lillie Frank Fitzgerald Excellence in Teaching Award during the Bradley County School’s … more
Emotional, startling, sensational, and life-changing are just a few of the descriptive terms used by two eclipse chasers who visited Cleveland to discuss the prospect of viewing the total solar … more
It stands as a physical definition of “higher education.” The new Lake Forest Middle School is already a towering presence over the current, multi-pod campus. Even as it sits on a … more
As divided Americans continue to grapple with the race-inspired violence that took the life of a counterprotester in Charlottesville, Va., just 11 days ago, a community advocate in Cleveland has … more
The lure of ideal weather, and the opportunity for an amazing family outing, resulted in an apparent record crowd at Saturday’s Sixth Annual International Cowpea Festival and Cook-off in … more
Cleveland building permits climbed to more than $21 million in August, thanks to a massive construction project by the Cleveland City Schools system. Total permits were $21,624,013, with … more
By BRIAN GRAVESStaff WriterA select group of Volunteer Electric Cooperative customers should have broadband internet and other services supplied by fiber optic cable by Dec. 1, a move which could … more
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