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TWC president gives Kiwanians update
Tennessee Wesleyan College President Dr. Harley G. Knowles told the Kiwanis Club of Cleveland he has the best job in the world at a recent luncheon. “To be a college president is one of the most ex...
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Biking trails for Johnston Woods considered
Mountain biking enthusiasts could have 13 more miles worth of local trails to enjoy, if a project at the Johnston Woods retreat center goes as planned. The property, which is owned by Broad Street ...
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Stormy weather
SUNLIGHT tentatively streams onto the face of the Science and Math Complex at Lee University as dark clouds gathered around the building’s cupola began to disperse after a recent thunderstorm.
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Love Nancy receives donation
LOVE NANCY recently received a donation from Cleveland Professional Firefighters Association Local 3748. Present for the occasion were, from left, Heather Hamilton (with dog Uma), Kristen McAmis, C...
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Your Best Shot 10-15

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Cleveland State to present Prison Prevention Ministries
Cleveland State Community College will present Prison Prevention Ministries on Thursday, Oct. 30, at 6 p.m. in the George R. Johnson Cultural Heritage Center Theater. This program is designed to im...
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BZA approves setback
The Cleveland Board of Zoning Appeals approved a setback variance for Charles Ray on Brown Avenue. “It seems to me that everything in that area is against the lines too,” chair Dave Gilbert said. T...
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Education is still focused by Chamber
Workforce Development Director Sherry Crye spoke on the education programs to high school students offered through the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce at a recent board of education meeting. ...
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Bobby Taylor honored by Lee for his support
The late Bank of Cleveland founder Robert R. “Bobby” Taylor was recognized for his unwavering support of Lee University in a special luncheon Tuesday afternoon. Lee President Dr. Paul Conn relayed ...
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A Red Back evening
When two of Cleveland’s most beloved institutions are joined together there can be no other outcome than a very special evening. One institution, Lee University, hosted an evening of singing from a...
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Commission considers code creation
The County Commission will seek legal guidance on whether the county can formulate and adopt its own building codes, as opposed to adopting the 2009 International Building Codes. Commissioners adop...
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Church Activities 10-14
Randy Martin will speak at His Hands Extended Devotional at 7 a.m. Thursday, at the Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St. N.W. ——— Revival services will be held at Covenant Baptist Church, 249 Calhoun Road,...
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Council looks at mobile food unit rules
The future of food trucks in Cleveland could include compliance with additional specific city ordinances. The current city ordinance has mobile food trucks held to the vendor facilities guidelines....
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Sunrise at the Life Care Centers of America Campbell Center
This “liquid candle” photo was taken during a recent sunrise at the Life Care Centers of America Campbell Center. Photo is courtesy of Barry Melton.
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Lottery Numbers
NASHVILLE (AP) — These lotteries were drawn Sunday: Tennessee Cash 3 Evening: 9-2-4, Lucky Sum: 15 Cash 4 Evening: 0-9-8-2, Lucky Sum: 19 Georgia All or Nothing Day: 04-06-07-09-12-15-16-17-19-20-2...
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