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Social studies online
Hundreds of online resources for social studies at the secondary level have been made available at the click of a mouse for teachers, students and parents in the Cleveland City Schools. Media speci...
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SPCA adoptions up, growing stronger
Adoptions are up and the organization is stronger and becoming more organized. That was the message that came from the meeting of the SPCA board of directors at Monday night’s formal session. The m...
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It’s a Special Day For...
Kathy Foust, Erin Baggarly and Jason Watson, who are celebrating birthdays today.
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‘Move Over’ or lights out
Backed by the teeth of expanded state legislation, Cleveland Utilities is joining the growing fleet of electric co-ops and public utilities across Tennessee that are working to protect their worker...
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Lottery Numbers
(AP) - These state lotteries were drawn Sunday: Tennessee Cash 3 Evening: 2-8-6, Lucky Sum: 16 Cash 4 Evening: 7-8-5-4, Lucky Sum: 24 Mega Millions Estimated jackpot: $62 million Powerball Estimate...
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Sunrise Rotary given report on Togo water project
A recent trip to help people in the country of Togo gain access to resources like clean water grabbed the attentions of members of the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club during its most recent meeting. De...
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Tailgate-a-Palooza to benefit Polk Baptist Association Food Bank
Chattanooga — First Volunteer Bank is holding a food drive for the Polk County Baptist Association Food Bank as part of the bank’s September promotion, “Tailgate-a-Palooza.” The food drive will run...
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Desperation Band to open U-Church series
Desperation Band will perform the first concert for Lee University’s fall U-Church series on tonight at 7:30 in the Conn Center. Desperation Band began in 2001 as a youth movement for local churche...
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PCL changes brand to focus on mission
People for Care and Learning is revealing a new clean, crisp brand intended to reflect its focused mission on breaking the cycle of poverty through building an enduring community of good. The local...
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SouthEast Bank awards 3 Lee students scholarships
For the second consecutive year, SouthEast Bank and Lee University have selected students for a scholarship program called the SouthEast Bank Scholar Award. This scholarship will provide each stude...
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Charles Lachlan Baker completes Eagle degree
Charles Lachlan Baker recently completed his Eagle Scout degree. Lachlan joined Cub Scouts in the second grade as a Wolf Cub. He was at first apprehensive, but quickly found a love for the Pine Woo...
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Nathan Scott replaces picnic tables as project
Local Boy Scout Troop 101 member Nathan Scott is one step closer to the rank of Eagle Scout after completing his Eagle Scout project. Many of the scouts in the troop had already selected the VFW as...
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RAM offers free medical care Sept. 20 and 21 in Ooltewah
Remote Area Medical (RAM), a nonprofit, volunteer, medical relief corps, is sponsoring a two-day event at Ooltewah High School on Sept. 20 and 21, to provide free health, dental and vision services...
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Dixie Stampede plans children’s ‘Whoadeo’
PIGEON FORGE — For the eighth year, Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede has partnered with Food City stores and Pepsi for the fun-filled “Whoadeo” on Sept. 27. The prize-filled event, open to children ag...
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Carter makes presentation to the Cleveland Amateur Radio Club
Jody Carter, faculty sponsor of the Rambler Radio Club at LaFayette Middle School in LaFayette Ga., presented a video presentation to the Cleveland Amateur Radio Club detailing the club’s September...
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