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TCPS competes in McMinn County Math Fest
Tennessee Christian Preparatory School competed at the McMinn County Math Fest, an annual math competition for students in grades 4 through 6 from regional public and private schools, this week. TC...
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Joiner named as Lee’s Distinguished Alumnus of the Year
During this year’s fall Homecoming festivities, Cyndi Howell Joiner was named the 2014 Lee University Distinguished Alumnus, the highest honor awarded by the university. “Cyndi has combined those t...
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Lee Symphony Orchestra and ‘The Piano Men’ to perform
Music of Billy Joel, Elton John to be featured
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Sheriff's Office: The history of the sheriff
The modern office of sheriff in the United States descends from a 1,000-year-old English tradition: a "shire-reeve" (shire-keeper) is the oldest appointment of the English crown. Because county gov...
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Missing ring is found, returned after 24 years
Wedding band located in chair at BECU
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Military News 11-16
Forrest M. Fuller Navy Seaman Apprentice Forrest M. Fuller, son of Mark A. and Julie A. Fuller of Cleveland, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Il...
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Greater Cleveland Concert Band selects McFadden, Lynch
Two lifetime musicians have been added to the board of the Greater Cleveland Concert Band. Band membership has elected Isabel McFadden to serve as vice president. Clifford Lynch has been named trea...
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Cleveland State on mark with strategic plan process
Cleveland State Community College is still in the process of creating a new strategic plan. The next step in the process is expected to take place later this month. In August, the college began wor...
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Campbell named Lee homecoming queen
Caroline Campbell was crowned Lee University’s 2014 Homecoming Queen on Saturday, Nov. 8, as part of the school’s Homecoming festivities. Campbell is the daughter of Roger and Krista Gibson of Hunt...
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Firefighter Challenge
Lesniewski wins 50+ Tandem, sets world record
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MainStreet Christmas Parade entry deadline nears
Entries are now being accepted for the MainStreet Cleveland annual Christmas parade set for Saturday, Dec. 6, beginning at 6 p.m. The annual Christmas parade is one of Cleveland longest running hol...
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CSCC graduate wins AAMA essay contest and $1,000
Cleveland State graduate Shalan Beasley recently won the National Essay Contest from the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA). Students were asked to write an essay that describes a da...
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Cawood wins HPA for ‘Toy Story of Terror’
Dustin Cawood, assistant professor of communication at Lee University, recently received a Hollywood Post Alliance Award in the category of “Outstanding Sound - Television.” He was nominated for hi...
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Advent Now! to perform benefit concert
Lee University’s musical ensemble Advent Now! will perform a benefit concert titled “Advent Now! Christmas in November” on Wednesday, Nov. 19, at 7:30 p.m. in Squires Recital Hall to raise funds fo...
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Resolute Forest gives Civitans $2,500
Resolute Forest Products Calhoun plant presented the Cleveland Civitan Club with $2,500 for the Special Olympics Friday. The club runs the local program each year. Special Olympics committee member...
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