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Lee University Students register to vote in the upcoming elections
Lee University Students register to vote in the upcoming elections. The university launched a campaign this spring encouraging students to exercise their civic responsibility, focusing on the impor...
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Early voting begins on Wednesday
Election machines inspected, ready
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Workforce center adds new training equipment
The OneSource Workforce Readiness Center at Cleveland State Community College has added a new piece of equipment to test manufacturing employees and prospective workers on how well they control cer...
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No comments, documents from Laughter
Sixth District county commission candidate E.J. Laughter brought a written statement to the Cleveland Daily Banner on Monday, March 31, saying he would provide additional information about his care...
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Planning Run Now Relay has been team journey
Nine months ago I decided to go for a run. Ninety seconds later, literally, I had to stop and catch my breath. Before I go any further, let me actually rewind to 10 months ago. Last June, the organ...
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Ayers: ‘I  can keep running’
I’ve been a runner for a little over 10 years. I never ran a mile until I was in college in Cleveland at Lee University. And even then, I only remember doing it once — and being really excited abou...
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Aranda Smith is pursuing her dream at CSCC
Editor’s note: This is the second article in a weekly series designed to share the stories of local community college students in honor of National Community College Month.
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Jones to keep negotiating for Hardwick
In the wake of a disappointing U.S. Bankruptcy Court ruling that lowers his expense reimbursement proposal should he fail to acquire Hardwick Clothes Inc., Cleveland businessman Allan Jones on Frid...
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Run Now Relay begins trek
The Run Now Relay team is currently making good on its promise to traverse 1,075 miles from Cleveland to Boston after the 26 runners and support crew launched from the courthouse Saturday morning. ...
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Church Activities
Maxine Hughes will speak at His Hands Extended Devotional at 7 a.m. Tuesday at the Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St. N.W. ——— A Palm Sunday night musical will be held at Waterville Baptist Church, 4555 ...
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‘... The best in the nation’
County honors its teachers of the year
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Lottery Numbers
(AP) — These state lotteries were drawn Thursday: Tennessee Cash 3 Evening: 8-0-7, Lucky Sum: 15 Cash 3 Midday: 4-0-6, Lucky Sum: 10 Cash 3 Morning: 7-4-6 Cash 4 Evening: 1-1-6-6, Lucky Sum: 14 Cas...
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Fishing license check results in drug arrests
Two people were taken into custody Thursday after an observant Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officer reportedly noticed a powdery substance on one of their faces. According to officer David S...
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School board hears updates: grants to taxes
Bradley County Board of Education members heard updates on a new grant and building-related projects throughout the school system Thursday night. The local school system recently received a nearly ...
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CAC gives H.O.P.E. and voice to children
There is a private place in Cleveland that does little to publicize itself but is used far more frequently than anyone would like. It is a place of hope — and that is exactly what it is called. The...
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