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SODDY-DAISY — Roaring to a stellar start in District 5-AAA play, the Lady Mustangs mercy-ruled Soddy-Daisy, 13-1, in five innings on the road Thursday.Five different Walker Valley batters had … more
Sixteen new laws will go into effect Monday, and three deal with traffic issues that will be enforced by the Cleveland Police Department and Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. more
The Brown Family are shown in the office of Gov. Buford Ellington in 1968. From left, back, are Ethel Brown and Ellington. In front are Linda, Paul Jr., Leesa, Chuck and Paul Sr. The other family members were Josette, who was in school in Atlanta, and Debbie, who was married. Photo courtesy of Ethel Brown. more
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“We have a lot of dirt that will be flying over the next 18 months.” Cleveland City Manager Joe Fivas had the facts to back up that statement as he gave Cleveland City Council members a … more
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Lee University track and field teams combined for five more NCAA Division II provisional qualifying marks and three Lee records with their performances over the weekend in … more

The Pentecostal Theological Seminary is happy to announce the 16th annual Clarence J. Abbott Lecture in Biblical Studies to be given on Feb. 21 in Cross Memorial Chapel at the Seminary. The theme of the lecture is "The Psalms and Pentecostal Spirituality".
The lecture will be offered by Lee Roy Martin, professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary in Cleveland. 

CSCC to Host Career/Job Fair on Wednesday, March 28 more
With the wind at his back, Ryan Lovelace continues to amaze on the track.After taking a second-place finish at the middle school track and field championships with the nation's fastest mile for a … more
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