Ukraine native in Cleveland knew blunders would prolong Russia's war

 When Ukraine native Valentin Protsenko heard reports from friends and family on the progress of Russia’s invasion of his native country, he realized its military blunders would not result in …
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Ten graduate from Tennessee Christian Preparatory School

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It seemed natural that the keynote speaker at the Tennessee Christian Preparatory School graduation Saturday would quote from the Bible. However, to use the story of David and Goliath might not have …

GOAL Academy graduates 24 seniors

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Principal Kyle Page called this year’s graduating class at GOAL Academy tenacious — not only for completing their classes but for doing it during a transitional year for the academy as it moved …

Locals sought for Distinguished Young Women program

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Six ladies from the Cleveland Junior Miss/Distinguished Young Women program have advanced and represented Tennessee in national competition, and state organizers hope several from Cleveland and …

Lee alum Smith takes third on NBC

Thursday, May 12
Lee University alumnus Jordan Smith finished third in the NBC all-live music competition “American Song Contest” with his original song “Sparrow.” Winners were announced at the conclusion of …
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