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OOLTEWAH — For Bradley Central junior standout Dylan Standifer, sticking to the fundamentals and a clear mind is one of his biggest advantages.The Lee baseball signee with 25 career extra base hits … more

On a cold and frigid Saturday afternoon, two of last season's top-tier soccer programs – one from Alabama and one from Tennessee – battled for 80 minutes on the turf at Benny Monroe Stadium.

Basics for Windows 10 will meet Monday from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. in the Training Room. Come learn about the latest version of Windows. WiggleWorms is a baby program that targets children 2 years of … more
The Beaty Cemetery and J.W. Triplet Cemetery will have the annual cleanup day on Saturday, 8 a.m. Bring your own equipment to lend a hand. Those who would like … more
Lee Professor Presents at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School Dr. Rolando Cuellar, associate professor of intercultural studies at Lee, recently presented at The Paul G. Hiebert Center for World Christianity and Global Theology Annual Lecture at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois.   In his lecture, “Exploring Images of Christ from Latin America: A Latino Diaspora Perspective,” Cuellar reflects on the central challenge facing readers of the Gospels concerning the identity and the relevance of the message of Jesus Christ.   Cuellar discusses ways Latin American Evangelical and Pentecostal theologians have used a variety of images to describe the identity of Christ and his significance for Latin American people who live in poverty and suffering. Consequently, Latin Americans have developed a theology that fullwy integrates justice, peace, reconciliation, and evangelism.   He invites the North American and the Latino Protestant churches in the United States to rediscover the person and the impact of the message of Christ concerning the Kingdom of God in breaking down the walls of hostility and bringing reconciliation with God and one another. Cuellar’s Christological reflection comes from his experiences as a Latino born and raised in Peru, but currently living in the United States. “Returning to my alma mater and presenting at the Hiebert Center was truly an honor that I will cherish for the rest of my life,” said Cuellar.   Cuellar’s lecture will soon be available for viewing by searching @pghiebertcenter on Facebook.   more
The “B&B Boys” once again paved the way as Bradley Central roared into the District 5-AAA Championship Game with a sweep of archrival Cleveland High.“Blaze (Benton) and (Andy) Bunch gave us … more
The late William K. "Bill" Norwood, who spent 28 months in a prisoner of war camp during the Korea War, will be memorialized  by Cleveland and Bradley County veteran organizations, on Saturday, … more
Tennessee Church of God will be holding its annual campmeeting on June 18 through 22 at North Cleveland Church of God. more
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