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Halloween can be a fun event, not just for children getting candy while trick-or-treating, but dressing in strange and interesting costumes.Though children can participate in events such as the … more
Anchored by seasonal increases in support staff on area college campuses, as well as continued hiring by local school systems, Bradley County’s unemployment rate has tied its all-time low for the … more
The Tennessee Department of Education recently recognized E.L. Ross Elementary School as a Focus Improving School, after it had previously been named a Focus School. Each year, the department … more
A group from Cleveland High School is taking a humanitarian trip to Patagonia over spring break, and the trip's leaders accepted a $1,500 donation Thursday to help with the trip. Terry and … more
Shannon Clark of the Trousdale School was the guest speaker for the Civitan Club meeting Wednesday. She discussed the history and the new expansion plans for the school.  It currently has 26 … more
Lee University’s Department of History, Political Science & Humanities will present a lecture for the Symposium on American Moral Identity on Friday, 5:30 p.m., in the Rose Lecture … more
  Lee University will present its annual student talent showcase, Parade of Favorites, on Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Conn Center.   Directed by Lee student Cierra Motes, this … more
Prospect Church of God, Harrison Pike, will have a singing Sunday at 11 a.m., with Jesse Conner. more
Free gospel singing will be held the second Thursday of each month at Wendy's restaurant, 2390 McGrady Drive, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., starting Nov. 9. For more information, call 423-356-9260. more
Lee University’s School of Nursing recently sent a group of students and faculty to Texas to offer relief to Hurricane Harvey survivors. The group of 19 volunteers helped on three … more
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