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Cowpea Festival and Cook-off

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Bethel hopes to be in town early in 2015
Bethel University hopes to have a Cleveland satellite campus up and running by January or February of 2015. The campus will be at the old First Tennessee Building on Raider Drive. A partnership wit...
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Bill Cherry named 10th District DTF director
Lt. Bill Cherry has been named the new director of the 10th Judicial District Drug and Violent Crime Task Force. His appointment became official Sept. 1 after the resignation of former director Ste...
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Bradley County 4-H Honor Club officers for 2014-15 selected
Bradley County 4-H has an active group of Honor Club members who are in grades six through 12. Honor Club members do service projects monthly, offer outreach programs, and attend Leadership Retreat...
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I see by the Banner
The Common Threads Quilt show will be held at Mount Olive Church of God FMC, 3533 Harrison Pike, Oct. 3 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Breakfast will be from 8 to 11 a.m. and beans and cornbread from 11 a.m...
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CHS to pilot occupational diploma option
The Tennessee Department of Education selected Cleveland High School to pilot a third degree option for students with disabilities during the 2014-15 school year. Supervisor of Special Services Dr....
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A new direction
Last week we looked at the new spirit for the BCSO. This was important because it is necessary in order for us to successfully lead the office in a new direction. The new direction I intend to take...
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Cleveland Civitan hosts program by Tennessee Sons of the American Revolution
Cleveland Civitan had an interesting program presented by Claude Hardison, president of the Tennessee Sons of the American Revolution (SAR). He spoke about the organization and mission of the SAR a...
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Health Fair

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Bradley County Democratic Women's lunch 9-14
​THE Bradley County Democratic Women's lunch was held at Aubrey's. From left are Mildred Sparkman, Pat Minor, Gloria Smiddy, Carolyn Harris, Nicole Nabulsi, Allison Ready, Heather Willingham, Pam E...
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Veterans can attend Cleveland State with aid of VETS Act
There is exciting news for veterans who want to attend Cleveland State Community College. Recent Tennessee legislation has passed, allowing veterans to obtain a more affordable education. The Veter...
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YMCA Doggie Swim Day

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OCOEE REGION BUILDERS ASSOCIATION

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Bradley 4-Hers win in fall judging competitions at Tennessee Valley Fair
Judging teams in 4-H have traditionally served as an educational avenue to teach youth about different project areas. Judging teams are taught with an emphasis on a variety of topics such as livest...
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Two fallen firefighters to be honored
“Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” — John 15:13 (KJV) Al McCollum was 27 years old when on Sept. 16, 1989, he was the first member of the Bradley Co...
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