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Lee University’s Dr. Kevin Brown, professor of English, recently participated on a panel, titled “From Meister Eckhart to Modern Liturgy: Non-Fiction Works on Progressive Christianity,” at the … more
The Tennessee Business Barometer rebounded from its brief decline earlier this summer, according to the latest snapshot of business leaders’ opinions as measured by MTSU’s Jones College of … more
Nine Lee University students recently attended the 26th Annual McNair Scholars Research Conference at the University of Maryland, Baltimore campus. The students who attended the conference … more
Prospect Church of God, 2220 Harrison Pike, will begin revival on Sunday, 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m., and Monday, Oct. 22 through Oct. 26, 7 nightly. Evangelist will be John Ritcheson. more
The Westside and Oak Grove Ruritan Clubs are partnering to sponsor a pancake breakfast Saturday, 8 to 10 a.m., at Jenkins Deli. The proceeds will benefit the Bradley County YMCA Community Action program., an organization specializing in helping at-risk youth. Tickets will be available from club members, Smalley's Shoe Repair or at the door. ——— more
(Editor's Note: Future visits to Cleveland by incumbent U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais will also be covered by the Banner.)Mariah Phillips, the Democratic candidate who wants to represent Tennessee’s … more
Benton resident Charlie Sutton received high honors at the 2018 Tennessee Boys & Girls Clubs Hall of Fame Dinner.  The ceremony was held at the Gatlinburg Convention Center as part of the … more
The Bradley County Board of Education voted Thursday to approve the district's calendar for the 2019-20 school year, based on feedback from Bradley County teachers. The new calendar has students … more
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