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Mary Newton, Elizabeth Ann Gardner-Logan and Jimmy Logan pose for a new beginnings photo with Kaki, a 5-year-old Jack Russell cross. Kaki was owner surrendered last week when her human moved where she could not. May and Elizabeth came in to visit her a few days ago, and returned with Jimmy. Kaki immediately adopted him. After the trio reviewed Kaki's veterinary records, Newton completed the adoption contract. Jimmy and Mary travel for work, and are looking forward to Kaki traveling along. more
Bradley County Register of Deeds Dina Swafford never knows what requests and challenges will come through her office door each day, but she said that is part of the excitement of her job.  more

Violet Carr, a resident of Life Care Center of Cleveland, celebrated her 100th birthday Saturday, joined by numerous friends and loved ones. 

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Junior Achievement of the Ocoee Region, an organization which teaches entrepreneurship skills to students in area schools, has been nationally recognized for its work. It was recently awarded … more
The Rotary Interact Club at Tennessee Christian Preparatory School was given the spotlight during a recent meeting of the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club. Members of the Sunrise Rotary, which … more
Despite problems which have plagued state testing in schools statewide, leaders of the Cleveland and Bradley County school districts say local problems have been minimal. Following the start of … more
The Cleveland Pops, the official concert band of Cleveland, will offer a presentation of musical renditions from past decades on Monday April 30, at 7:30 p.m. more
The city of Cleveland will be hosting its fourth annual Cleveland Recycles 5K run and 1 mile walk at 8 a.m. on Saturday, June 9.The goal of the 5-kilometer road race and fun walk event is to raise … more
Nine Lee University students recently traveled to Union College in Barbourville, Kentucky, to present original academic research at the 25th annual Blue Ridge Undergraduate Research Conference. … more
Lee Archaeology Students Excavate Old Main: Lee University’s Introduction to Archaeology class conducted a hands-on dig on April 13-14, with the instruction of Dr. Richard Jones and Dr. Murl Dirksen, both professors of anthropology at Lee. Students excavated three predetermined spots where the north end of Old Main was located, the multi-purpose structure formerly used by Lee College on the front of campus. Lee’s Higginbotham Administration Building now covers most of the Old Main site. Students found bits of broken brick and glass, along with some old nails, all of which are remains of Old Main. The archaeology class are shown with Jones (right) and Dirksen (center back). more
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