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Those who live near Cleveland High School are familiar with the ever-changing construction site at the front entrance to the school. Within the next two weeks, the project will be moving into the … more
Kelli Earhart and Cynthia Shonts, librarians at North Lee Elementary School, were awarded a $500 grant from the Tennessee Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom.Dianne Sanders from the Bradley … more
Students from one of Lee University’s benevolence classes recently hosted the second annual Fall Field Day, an event for community youth with disabilities to participate in outdoor activities. This … more
Hopewell Elementary students, families and administration have long desired a safer car pickup line. After nearly 30 years of planning, zoning and construction, the new four-lane car line — … more
Cleveland State Community College's long-time employee, Sindy Reynolds, has been announced as the new vice president for finance and operations. A Cleveland State alumna, Reynolds has served the … more
Chad Carter was named Lee University’s School of Business Alumnus of the Year earlier this month.“Chad Carter is the quintessential alum,” said Dewayne Thompson, dean of Lee’s School of … more
Bradley Central High School’s theatre company Drama Central will kick off its 15th season with "Grease," the musical that Bradley County audiences rated as the No. 1 show they wanted to see in … more
Lee University has received a $10,000 grant from Interfaith America for Project Puentes, a co-curricular program of both the intercultural studies and the TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other … more
Lee University celebrated the 75th anniversary of its return to Cleveland by holding a private luncheon, on Oct. 19, with respected church and community leaders, along with Lee … more
The Tennessee Department of Education recently released the 2021-22 State Report Card, in which Cleveland City and Bradley County school districts were evaluated. The report provides … more
Lee University’s Mock Trial team successfully competed in the Chucky Mullins Invitational and the Owl Classic tournament.  “I am extremely proud of our Mock Trial team,” said Mark … more
An archaeology team of students and employees from Southern Adventist University, working with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, uncovered an ivory hair comb in Israel. Discovered at Tel … more
Lee University recently announced the initiation of the Charles Paul Conn Centennial Scholarship program.Beginning with the fall 2023 semester, the sholarship will be Lee’s most competitive … more
City Fields partnered with Cleveland State Community College to provide a 7-week bootcamp to underemployed individuals in Bradley County this fall. This cohort of three students received their HVAC … more
As families, friends and neighbors across the country gather together to celebrate Thanksgiving, many are taking the time to share what they are most thankful for this year. Local leaders in … more
The holiday season has officially kicked off in Bradley County. The Empty Stocking Fund campaign is readying for its “10 days of Giving,” which begins Monday, Nov. 28. The money raised is … more
Lee University has announced the launch of LeeU Promise, a scholarship program for incoming freshmen who reside in Tennessee. LeeU Promise will begin awarding by fall semester 2023.LeeU Promise is a … more
Lee University recently launched the Work-study Research Assistant Program (WRAP) to provide research experience to undergraduates through faculty mentorship. The purpose of WRAP is to introduce … more
Bethany O’Bannon-Bowman, Randy O’Bannon and Terry O’Bannon, children of the late Dr. Robert O’Bannon, were recently hosted for guest lectures at Lee University and gave a significant … more
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