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The Cleveland Board of Public Utilities conducted its final meeting of the calendar year Thursday, approving several routine items and acknowledging an award to one of the community's leading … more
Bradley County is on the cusp of a major time of economic development.New construction. New roads. Record low unemployment. A new industrial park.All of these have made their way into the county’s … more
A new alliance has been formed in the Polk and Bradley county community in an attempt to protect, preserve and promote the Old Copper Road.Members of the Old Copper Road Preservation Alliance met … more
Joe Wilson's last day as director of the Emergency 911 Center will be Dec. 29, and the 911 Board is now seeking a replacement for the man who has served as the only person to lead the center.The … more
                A heated “Letter to the Editor” war of words over the impact to local taxpayers caused by the … more
Barry Currin came to Cleveland years ago as a young reporter for the Cleveland Daily Banner. Now, he and his wife, Kim, are business and property owners, and the latest recipients of the MainStreet … more

Lee introduces new international studies major
Lee University’s Department of History, Political Science, and Humanities recently added a new international studies major to its degree program offerings. 
“The international studies major is highly committed to Lee’s mission of instilling responsible citizenship, ethical action, and redemptive service in our student population,” said Dr. Ana Alves Shippey, assistant professor of political science. “International studies does that by offering an understanding of the global dynamics that affect peoples and communities in the regional and local levels, thus equipping students to promote and pursue the Christian values of justice and the sacredness of human life in a globalized world.” 
The department hosted an event earlier this month to introduce the major to current students and faculty. 
Shippey talked to the audience about what the major looks like, the required courses, and emphasized the interdisciplinary nature and flexibility of the major. 
According to Shippey, the major makes for a great option for students interested in doing a double major, adding a language minor to their education, or who want to do an extended study abroad program. She also talked about how the major specifically relates to the Christian faith. 
After Shippey spoke, Lee alum David Coffin, who currently works at the U.S. International Trade Commission, spoke on how his education at Lee helped him prepare for his current career and what it looks like to work in an internationally oriented field. 
A brief reception followed the talk, where faculty answered further questions about the major with students one-on-one. 
For more information about the international studies major, email Shippey at 


The 2017 District Cabinet was honored at the recent Cherokee District awards program. From left are Ryan Ogle, district governor; Marie Mosely, lieutenant governor; Linda Melton, secretary; Joyce Johnson, treasurer; Pat Mulcahy, publicity and leadership development coordinator; Jim McKinney, Foundation chairman; WW Johnson, Growth and Development; Joe Letta, fundraising co-chairman; Barbara Chadwick, fundraising co-chair; Linda Parkinson, Zone governor; Marilyn Williford, youth coordinator; Jean Pierce, co-leadership development leader; John Patterson, zone governor; James Dobbs, zone governor; Charles Kirkland, zone governor; Lavell Whitehead, ?????????????; Mel Griffith, zone governor; Joe Bearlapp, lieutenant zone governor; and Barbara Knowles, Zone 6 governor from Chattanooga. more
The annual observance of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is scheduled locally for Thursday morning at the Cleveland Elks Lodge, and will include the community's only veteran still alive who was there on … more
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