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The Knights of Columbus, Council No. 4572, Cleveland presented a donation to LUDIC (Lee University Inclusion Classroom). Claude Hardison, Grand Knight, and Phil Brown, Deputy Grand Knight, presented the donation to Dr. Tammy Johnson, Director of LUDIC. LUDIC partnered with First Baptist of Cleveland to locate its facility at the First Baptist Family Life Center due to expansion work at the Lee University campus. With this relocation, in addition to classrooms, students have access to a gym, playground and lunch room. LUDIC is a state approved private school for students with autism spectrum disorders. The school operates during the school year as well as a six-week session the summer, currently serving 20 students from ages 2 to 22. The school is funded by local school fees, an annual subsidy from Lee University, and from private donations. more

A proposed commercial tire shredding operation has been denied by the Bradley County Board of Zoning Appeals, to the relief of neighboring residents.

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Suzy Campbell enjoying a recent weekend of fun ... Beth Finnell making a splash at a local restaurant ... Blake Belcher talking about the fun he had at the Tennessee Vols' Orange and White … more
CHATTANOOGA – CHI Memorial’s mobile health coach will provide mammography screenings at Bradley County Health Department on Monday, May 14,   from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  All women should … more
The May 3 meeting of the Cleveland Music Club was held at the historic family homestead of Terry Barger. 
President Ricky Donegan thanked Milteen Cartwright for directing a music program called “The Sky’s Not the Limit” and hospitality committee members Pam Edgemon and Polly Lee for the refreshments. 
Donegan shared a letter from member George Olin who expressed his appreciation to the club for the care and kind condolences on the loss of his wife, Maurine, who was an essential member of the Cleveland Music Club. A donation in memory of her has been made to the Cleveland Music Club Scholarship Fund. 
Secretary Dortha Townsend conducted the roll call and read the minutes of the March meeting. Treasurer Terry Barger presented the financial report. more
Members of the Cleveland Fire Department and Cleveland Professional Firefighters Local 3748 will kick off the firefighter’s annual Fill the Boot fundraising campaign to help the Muscular Dystrophy Association find urgently needed treatments and cures for muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases that severely limit strength and mobility. more

Delores Ann Eakin, 66, passed away on Tuesday, June 12, 2018, in a Chattanooga hospital.

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There will be a special healing service Sunday, 2 p.m., at Community Chapel Church, 1807 Blythe Ave., Cleveland. Danny Brown and Kadie Baker will be speaking. For more information, call 479-2143.

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It has been said many times, and in many ways, that “if you do not like the weather in the South, just wait a few hours and it will change.” This is true in Bradley County as each year we usually … more
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