CSCC takes part in mass casualty drill

In the event of a mass casualty incident, the clock will be ticking and tensions can run high for first responders.Equipping the next generation of health professionals with experience to rely upon …
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Jetport's Fidler awarded lifetime achievement award

When  Mark Fidler was  attending a Tennessee Aeronautics Commission banquet earlier this month, where he was enjoying spending time with his peers in the aviation industry, something caught …

AFC Urgent Care celebrates a decade of service in Cleveland

AFC Urgent Care is excited to announce its 10-year anniversary in serving Cleveland. Since opening its doors in 2013, AFC Urgent Care has served more than 90,000 patients and was named Cleveland’s …

Jail Dockets 3-25-23

The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies.

Lee University School of Music to present faculty recital

On Monday, March 27, Lee University will host a faculty recital with James Frost, tenor; Gordon James, horn; and Dr. ChoEun Lee, piano; at 7:30 p.m. in Pangle Hall. The concert will feature …

Lee Theatre presents 'Jack's Tale' family-friendly show

Lee Theatre will continue its season with the production of “Jack’s Tale,” a musical directed by Dr. Christine Williams, March 24-25 and March 30-April 1, in the Buzz Oates Blackbox Theatre, located in the Communication Arts Building.
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      Making an NCAA-record 36th Sweet 16 field, No. 4 seed Tennessee (25-11) continues its 41st-straight NCAA Tournament journey, facing No. 1 seed …

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      Brittney White scored five goals, Hannah Vecsey scored twice and had three assists as the Lee University lacrosse Lady Flames rolled past Palm …

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      After starting the season 5-5 in February, the Cleveland State softball squad hasn't lost in March, pushing their current winning streak to 15 …


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Submitting resumes online

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Dear Heloise: I've been in staffing for over 40 years in contingency search firms, software houses, consulting organizations and major insurance companies. For the most part, companies now require candidates at all levels to apply online. This is also true at job and career fairs. Paper resumes may well be accepted in some places, but they mostly get batched up and scanned into the resume databases of a company's applicant tracking system, to be viewed electronically.

Dear Annie: Survivor of trauma is stronger than ever

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Dear Annie: I just read today's "Second Chance Daughter" column about "putting away the bitterness, regret and anger of growing up with an abusive mom." Her dad wasn't much better; he deliberately …

Arnold Elementary students turn back time

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Some of these students will go on to make history, but for now … they are history!Entering the Arnold Memorial Elementary School auditorium on Thursday, March 16, a host of second-graders in …

This Week in History 3-18-23

Saturday, March 18

MARCH 1969: FOUR MEN ARRESTED, CHARGED IN OLIN PLANT MERCURY THEFT — An Atlanta man and three Chattanooga men were arrested in Charleston early today and charged in connection with the larceny of liquid mercury from the Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. 

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