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Issues with medications from Wellness Store found
The Tennessee Department of Health has been warning people not to use certain medications made by a local compounding pharmacy. The Wellness Store Compounding Pharmacy and pharmacist Robin Terrero ...
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Stinnett, Corum ascend at CU
Duo now CFO, safety director
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STEM Lab brings science to life for Ocoee students
Students have been doing everything from designing roller coasters to programming small robots in class at Ocoee Middle School. Such activities are the norm in classes held in the schools’ STEM Lab...
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Watson announces reorganization plan
Sheriff Eric Watson said morale at the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office has “turned 180 degrees” as he explained the reorganization of the department that is currently underway. During the campaign,...
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Utility strategy moving ahead
3-year plan eyes transparency, IPMs
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Around Town 9-22
Shae Greene trying to give out some good "driving tips" ... Martha Norkus getting ready to go to an Atlanta Braves game with her daughter ... Haley and Cody Painter returning to real life after a F...
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It’s a Special Day For...
Zachary Thurman, Zandra Morris, Phillip Nunn, Tracy Evans, Jim Workman, Lewis Hylton, Deborah Harbin, Sharon Marr, Heath Parker, Milan Blake, Fabron Kelly and Kelli Paul, who are celebrating birthd...
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City building permits drop in August
Revenue from Cleveland building permits decreased in August. Permits for August brought in $15,117 in city revenue, down from $27,664 in July. The month saw 24 permits approved representing $3.7 mi...
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Lottery Numbers
NASHVILLE (AP) — These state lotteries were drawn Sunday: Tennessee Cash 3 Evening: 8-4-1, Lucky Sum: 13 Cash 4 Evening: 3-2-1-4, Lucky Sum: 10 Georgia All or Nothing Day: 03-04-05-07-09-10-11-12-1...
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Vining: Domestic violence now epidemic
Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women — more than car accidents, muggings and rapes combined, according to the latest statistics. Studies suggest that up to 10 million children ...
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The annual Agri-heritage photo competition
The annual Agri-heritage photo competition was held recently in conjunction with the Cowpea Festival and Cook-off. The contest was open to amatur photographers in the Ocoee Region. The photos were ...
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Sheriff's Office: Faith-based ministries making a difference
During the first week of our transition, there was a need for a lot of cleaning and painting. Most of this was accomplished by inmates supervised by correction officers. They worked early morning a...
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Teddy Bear Picnic
The ladies of Cleveland's Junior Auxiliary are partnering with the Friends of the Library Association (FOLA) this year to host the Teddy Bear Picnic. It will be held at the Cleveland Public Library...
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Dr. Bridges installed as Seminary’s Fisher chair of Spiritual Renewal
The Pentecostal Theological Seminary held a special installation ceremony for Dr. Cheryl Bridges Johns during its bi-weekly chapel service on Sept. 9. Johns was appointed as the Robert E. Fisher Ch...
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Lee University receives Higher One grant
Higher One, a university financial services organization, recently awarded the Financial Literacy Counts Grant to Lee University for fall 2014. The grant will fund the Financial Literacy and Money ...
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