Bradley County might be getting one congressman

Ten years of "division" in Bradley County may be ending soon.Under a new proposal from Tennessee Republican state legislators, Bradley County, which has straddled two U.S. House congressional …
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BULLETIN: Lack of staff forces Cleveland City Schools to close Wednesday

Due to a high level of staff absences, Cleveland City Schools will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 19.The  CCS press release did not state whether the absences were due to COVID-19 or another …

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Noble sets Flame record; 5 Lee trackers qualify for NCAA

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Christian Noble set a Lee University record and joined two other members of the Lee University men's track & field team in meeting NCAA Division II Qualifying Standards at …

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Dawn Lipsey: 'I can. I will' making it through to victory

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“I Can, I Will Tunnel Through to Victory!” is the title of the new book by Dawn Lipsey. The 150-page volume offers insight into the Christian experience as she tells her story and how Christ has impacted and strengthened her life. She and her husband, Edwin, began their life together as youth pastors.

Connie Gatlin: A love for the arts

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One of Cleveland and Bradley County’s best-known advocates of the arts is Connie Gatlin. She is a storyteller, teacher, museum educator, dance studio owner and supporter of the community. The arts have always been a part of her life. She grew up in a family that loved to tell stories.

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Park View Elementary School Honor Roll A Honor Roll     3rd Grade –   Cate Edwards, Claire Edwards, Savannah Gill, Lyla Harrison, Liam Hawk, Kelty Heron, Adrian Korneev, Avah Lyashevskiy, Mya McGaha, Trevor Michaelis, Kinsley Scofield, Cole Ziegler

Spring kickoff for Sound of Tennessee Chorus is Tuesday

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Spring kickoff for Sound of Tennessee Chorus is Tuesday


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