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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.
Lee University's 23rd Presidential Concert Series promises a variety of top performers, including vocalists, pianists, violinists, and more, said officials.
"We cry out to you on behalf of this rising generation who is living, it seems, in a critical point in our history," said state Rep. Dan Howell at Thursday night's Cry Out America observance. "Our youth are facing the reality of spiritual wickedness in high places, the very real battle against principalities and powers," he said.
Desperation Band will perform the first concert for Lee University's fall U-Church series on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center.
A group of students from Lee University participated in a tour of Israel, as well as a subsequent archaeological dig.
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.
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.
Four Lee University students, Eliezer Bonilla, Dana Pair, Ashley Phillips, and Christina Sarmiento, recently returned from a service internship in Chicago, which was funded in part by a grant from the Dr. Scholl Foundation.
Washington and Lee University's decision to remove replica Confederate battle flags from the chapel on campus, is getting some support from what might be considered an unlikely ally. Earlier this year the administration removed the flags from the public room that holds the grave of General Robert E. Lee.
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.
Jerry McGaha, right, presenting a check to Chris Conine, center. Monty Montgomery is pictured on the left.
Days after a Howard County student unfurled a Confederate flag at a football game, two high school students showed up at Glenelg High School on Wednesday with Confederate flags draped over their shoulders. Rebecca Amani-Dove, a Howard schools spokeswoman, said the students displayed the flags on school property before the opening bell and were immediately told to remove them.
From Pennsylvania to Tennessee, chef Tonya Holsomback has enjoyed a life of cooking. Her experimentation with cooking began when she was a child.
Dr. Bill Balzano, president of Tennessee Christian Preparatory School, announced three nominees have been voted on to the board of trustees. According to Balzano, "It is a delight to welcome three new trustees to our board with such terrific leadership credentials.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 12:12 pm
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