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For the second straight night, Cleveland High got a strong pitching performance, but the Blue Raiders once again came out on the short end of a one-run game."Both our pitchers from the past two … more
If Tuesday's opener is any indication of the season awaiting the Walker Valley softball team, it could be a long year for everyone else. The Lady Mustangs looked to be in midseason form more than a … more
The Ooltewah Owls swooped down on Mike Turner Field on a frigid Tuesday evening and quickly completed a two-game, District 5-AAA series sweep of Walker Valley by a final score of 4-0.For the second … more
High School Baseball District 5-AAA Team District Overall East Hamilton 4-0 5-2 Soddy-Daisy 3-1 6-2 McMinn County 1-3 3-4 Ooltewah 2-2 3-4 Bradley Central 1-1 1-4 Cleveland … more
HUTCHINSON, Kansas — The clock struck midnight for the Cleveland State Cougars on Tuesday, as they fell 83-66 to Ranger (Texas) College in the NJCAA National Tournament second round, ending their … more
After two years of perfect District 5-AAA tennis, the Cleveland High School boys team continued its run with a 9-0 win over Walker Valley on Tuesday.Seth Cannon (8-1), Brayden Conn (8-4), Sam Lee … more
Wednesday, March 20BASEBALLChattanooga State at Cleveland State, 2Lee at Young Harris (Ga.), 6LACROSSEMontevallo (Ala.) at Lee, 3SOFTBALLChattanooga State at Cleveland State (DH), 2Walker Valley at … more

Kimberly Jane Cagle, 49, a lifelong resident of Cleveland, passed away on Monday, March 18, 2019, at a local hospital, surrounded by loved ones.

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Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland recently unveiled the newest addition to its ReStore: a specially designed book nook that not only displays the books it has for sale, but also serves as a … more
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