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HoneyBaked, a company with more than 400 stores across the country, has named its franchisee Rookie of the Year, recognizing the Sluder family for their store in Cleveland. Opened in December 2012, the store is owned by Marty and Tricia Sluder.
The University of Findlay women's soccer team lost to Lee University 3-0 on Friday, September 12 in Cleveland, Tennessee. Lee took a 2-0 lead in the first half and the Oilers were unable to capitalize on their scoring opportunities in the second half.
THE HARRY S. TRUMAN club of Bradley County donated $1,000 to The Caring Place to support its "Sac Pac" Program and to honor Charles S. Mayfield Jr., a Bradley County native and graduate of Harvard Law School. Mayfield was an agent in the FBI before returning to Cleveland where he engaged in the practice of law.
Bethel adds satellite campus in Cleveland New site results from partnership with Life Care Centers of America Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: http://www.jacksonsun.com/story/news/education/2014/09/12/bethel-adds-satellite-campus-cleveland/15547193/ A partnership between Life Care Centers of America and Bethel University will result in the establishment of a Bethel satellite campus in Cleveland, Tennessee. The satellite campus will be housed in the former First Tennessee Bank property on Raider Drive in Cleveland.
Nicky Norwood and Stan Clark with Bradley County EMS visit with Mrs. Hanah Burger's Kindergarten class at Blythe Bower Elementary School in Cleveland to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner.
Cleveland and the world just got a lot closer. In a moment of historic significance for the Bradley County area, a Falcon 900B jet taxied down the runway of the Cleveland Jetport at 11 p.m. Thursday, on a direct route to Dublin, Ireland.
He plans to do that by running in the 26.2 mile Marine Corps marathon in Washington DC on By running in the marathon and obtaining sponsors, Lamb hopes to raise $52,000-$2,000 a mile-for mission-oriented organizations Serving Paraguay, the Dyar Family Missions in Honduras and Cleveland's own Leonard Center Food Bank.
Taxpayers, beware. An IRS phone scam that has apparently defrauded people across the nation of more than $5 million this year has made its way to Cleveland.
UTC Chancellor Steven Angle recently sat down with UTC graduate student Cheryl Toomey to discuss his first year at UTC and his vision for the future of the campus.
Community residents voiced their frustration with the high cost of water utilities at a recent Charleston City Commission meeting. One woman in attendance said she was worried about her water bill.
CHRISTOPHER MILLER sits with his brother Dylan Miller and mom Wanda Hatfield. The family dog, Pepsi, sits by Dylan's feet.
Cleveland and the University of Tennessee celebrated the kickoff of the Smart Communities Initiative on Wednesday. The program pairs needed projects with course requirements at UTK to give students hands-on experience.
The value of the clubs, since recovered by officers, was listed at $3000. In another burglary case, Jones was charged with the theft of a chainsaw, weed eater and cordless drill at another residence nearby, on Whisperwood Trail.
Bradley County Commissioner Terry Caywood expressed his concerns about enforcing environmental codes in the county during Monday's Commission work session. The commissioner praised the county's environmental officer, Tim Mason, for "hitting the ground running," but expressed frustration there are not enough teeth in the county's regulations to allow adequate enforcement.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 03:53 pm
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