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BULLETIN: Cleveland City Schools to reopen

Cleveland City Schools will resume a regular school day Thursday, Jan. 20. "We look forward to having everyone back in the building," the district said in a press release.

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Tennessee Prep BB Polls

Tennessee Girl'sBasketball PollsThe Associated Press' Top 10 teams in each of Tennessee's three Division I non-financial aid classifications and in the combined Division II financial aid …

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Cleveland NARFE chapter raises funds to beat Alzheimer’s

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The Cleveland Chapter of the National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) met in December for the Christmas dinner and meeting.After enjoying a covered dish meal, Lisa Geren …

SAR members learn about Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

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Ocoee Garden Club hear program on native plants

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Ocoee Garden Club hear program on native plants The Ocoee Garden Club met Jan. 11 at the Cleveland/Bradley Regional Jetport. 

Ocoee Theatre’s ‘The Diviners’ opens Jan. 29

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Ocoee Theatre’s ‘The Diviners’ opens Jan. 29 “The Diviners,” Ocoee Theatre Company’s latest production, opens on Saturday, Jan. 29, at The Venue Creekside on Inman Street in Cleveland. “The Diviners,” by Jim Leonard Jr., is an emotionally compelling drama. In reviews, “The Diviners” was described as a “richly textured work with a range of emotions, similar to John Steinbeck’s ‘Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men.’” The script received the coveted People’s Choice Award at a national AACT (American Association of Community Theatre) event.


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