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Harry S. Truman Club of Bradley County

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Your Best Shot 9-14
Recent photos — within the last year — may be submitted for Your Best Shot by emailing gwen.swiger@cleveland banner.com, mailing good quality photos to Your Best Shot, P.O. Box 3600, Cleveland, TN ...
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Morningside of Cleveland observes National Assisted Living Week
THE MAGIC OF MUSIC is the theme of National Assisted Living Week. In observance of National Assisted Living Week, Sept. 7-13, Morningside of Cleveland is sponsoring a series of events developed as ...
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Sluder family named HoneyBaked franchisee Rookie of the Year
Atlanta — HoneyBaked, a company with more than 400 stores across the country, has named its franchisee Rookie of the Year, recognizing the Sluder family for their store in Cleveland. Opened in Dece...
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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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Correction
A story published in Friday’s edition about recent retirees and new teachers in the Bradley County school system incorrectly listed the name of one of the retirees. Robin Blankenship, who retired f...
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BANK of cleveland

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Publix raises more than $9,000 for Children’s Hospital
Chattanooga – Publix Super Markets customers and associates in Chattanooga and Cleveland heeded the call to “put their money where the miracles are” by showing immense support and raising money on ...
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Cleveland Motor Speedway
GOING TO the races at our own Cleveland Motor Speedway wouldn’t be a full experience without Steve Milling and Bobby Orr chiming in over the loud speakers. While cars took Play Day as a time to war...
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Ken Jones attends LPL conference
Ken Jones, CFP®, MBA, the branch manager with the local office of LPL Financial, recently attended Focus 2014, a leading financial services industry conference hosted by LPL Financial, the nation’s...
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DA will not prosecute Lt. Tyson
An investigation by the 10th District Attorney General’s office has found no wrongdoing on the part of Cleveland Police Department Lt. Steve Tyson and will not seek prosecution. The lieutenant was ...
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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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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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Bradley Healthcare inspection draws positive rating from state
Bradley Healthcare and Rehabilitation received a positive state survey, during the annual inspection by the Tennessee Department of Health. “The result of this survey demonstrates the dedication an...
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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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