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  1. Cleveland pain clinic closesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    A caller to the Cleveland Daily Banner on Thursday afternoon expressed concern about the closure of the Comprehensive Pain Specialists clinic on Chambliss Avenue. The caller, who did not identify herself, alleges that patients aren't being properly notified of the closure, but instead are directed to call the Chattanooga office of Comprehensive Pain Specialists.

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  2. Firefighters 'Fill the Boot' for MDARead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Members of the Cleveland Fire Department and Cleveland Professional Firefighters Local 3748 will kick off the firefighter's annual Fill the Boot fundraising campaign to help the Muscular Dystrophy Association find urgently needed treatments and cures for muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases that severely limit strength and mobility. Members of the Cleveland Fire Department and Cleveland Professional Fire Fighters Local 3748 will kick off the firefighter's annual Fill the Boot fundraising campaign to help the Muscular Dystrophy Association find urgently needed treatments and cures for muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases that severely limit strength and mobility.

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  3. CCH Historical Society meets SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Archaeologist Lauren Walls will speak to the Charleston-Calhoun-Hiwassee Historical Society on Sunday about her recent work in Cherokee County, N.C. Walls is a registered professional archaeologist who lives and works in Nashville for New South Associates. She has been a practicing archaeologist since 2007, when she graduated from the College of Charleston in South Carolina.

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  4. Looking Back on LegislationRead the original story w/Photo

    May 7, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Among a myriad of bills debated by the 110th General Assembly of the Tennessee Legislature, state Rep. Dan Howell points to work on welfare reform as being some of the most impactful a STATE REP. DAN HOWELL, who has represented the 22nd Legislative District for the past four years, speaks in the House of Representatives chamber during the recently completed 110th General Assembly.

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  5. Johnson receives grants for researchRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Lee University's Dr. Aaron Johnson, associate professor of humanities and classics, has recently been awarded grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Loeb Classical Library Foundation, and the Appalachian College Association for research he will pursue throughout the upcoming summer and fall. Johnson will use the grants to focus on a book he is currently writing that will attempt to explain the significance of Cyril of Alexandria's "Against Julian the Emperor," a 5th century A.D. defense of Christianity that currently has no English translation.

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  6. 911 progress continues on new backup centerRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Work on the Bradley County Emergency Communications District's backup 911 center is continuing. The 911 Board heard an update on the project during its meeting last week.

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  7. Talented filmmakers of LFMSRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 30, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Two Lake Forest Middle School students are preparing to represent Tennessee in a national competition with a history documentary they researched, filmed and edited themselves. Eighth-graders a THE TWO STUDENTS from Lake Forest Middle School who are preparing to present an original history documentary in a national competition stand with their teacher and mentor.

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  8. Budget, testing, emissions bills get legislative focusRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 23, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Legislators' approval of a $37.5 billion budget, and a move to address the latest hiccup with state standardized testing, dominated lawmaker actions in Nashville last week, but a pair of unrelated a Legislators' approval of a $37.5 billion budget, and a move to address the latest hiccup with state standardized testing, dominated lawmaker actions in Nashville last week, but a pair of unrelated measures also caught the eye of two members of Bradley County's delegation. One stiffened the Tennessee stand against sanctuary cities, while the other ended mandatory emissions testing in six counties: Hamilton, Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson.

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  9. Polk County receives Gear Up grantRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Polk County is preparing to education its students on their educational and vocational opportunities for the future, and the school system now has the funds to do so.It was confirmed early in the POLK COUNTY EDUCATORS Dr. Ryan Goodman, left, and Dr. Jason Bell announced the school system has received a state GEAR UP grant for more than $800,000. Polk County is preparing to education its students on their educational and vocational opportunities for the future, and the school system now has the funds to do so.

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  10. New Advance Financial located in OoltewahRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Nashville-based financial services company Advance Financial cut the ribbon in March in Ooltewah at one of the company's newest stores. To mark the occasion, the Advance Financial Foundation a ADVANCE FINANCIAL has opened a new location just south of Bradley County, in Ooltewah.

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  11. Lawmakers pass bills on opioids, adoptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Legislation toughening laws on welfare fraud and Tennessee lawmakers' nod to Sunday liquor sales by package stores and grocers may have dominated the headlines from Nashville last week, but two a Legislation toughening laws on welfare fraud and Tennessee lawmakers' nod to Sunday liquor sales by package stores and grocers may have dominated the headlines from Nashville last week, but two members of Bradley County's delegation agree on the significance of a few others. Among them are legislative actions to help combat the opioid epidemic, changes in adoption regulations, and stronger defenses for veterans against identity theft.

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  12. A public servant says 'goodbye'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    "Sine Die." Within the next few days, state Rep. Kevin Brooks will hear those words for the sixth and final time.The speaker of the state House of Representatives' a STATE REP.

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  13. Legislators tackle school security, sanctuary citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Gov. Bill Haslam's three-pronged approach to strengthening security in Tennessee schools dominated the spotlight in Nashville last week, but two bills adding more teeth to the state's prohibition a "Following the school security assessments, and on an annual basis thereafter, each school's emergency operations plan must ensure specific risks are identified and updated, and that state school safety resources, including the $30 million proposed in this year's budget, are utilized to address the identified risks."

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  14. Campaigning Karl Dean visits areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Karl Dean spent two terms in the mayor's office in Nashville, from 2007 to 2015, then went back to school.Dean has been teaching at Belmont University, prior to re-entering the political arena this a TENNESSEE gubernatorial candidate Karl Dean, left, was greeted Thursday on the steps of the Polk County Courthouse during a visit to the community by James Woody, who was representing the Polk community's Chamber of Commerce. Karl Dean spent two terms in the mayor's office in Nashville, from 2007 to 2015, then went back to school.

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  15. Tennova submits certificate of needRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Cleveland has formally submitted its Letter of Intent to the state of Tennessee to build a freestanding emergency department in Bradley County. Tennova Healthcare-Cleveland has formally submitted its Letter of Intent to the state of Tennessee to build a freestanding emergency department in Bradley County.

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  16. 'Quit Playing Political Football'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    A former Bradley County educator who now directs a state teacher association headquartered in Nashville says it's time "a to quit playing political football" with school safety.JC Bowman, a MOURNERS BRING flowers as they pay tribute at a memorial for the victims of the shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Sunday, Feb. 25, in Parkland, Fla. A Bradley County native who serves as executive director of a professional teacher association in Tennessee is calling for government and elected leaders "... to quit playing political football" with school safety.

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  17. Legislation to protect victims of abuse advancingRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Two Bradley County lawmakers are encouraged by proposed legislation making its way through committee in the state House of Representatives that will better protect victims of domestic abuse.Called a Two Bradley County lawmakers are encouraged by proposed legislation making its way through committee in the state House of Representatives that will better protect victims of domestic abuse. Called "Safe at Home," the new program - if approved by both branches of the Tennessee General Assembly - will help victims of violence, and their children, "a to take back their lives by preventing an abuser from locating them through public records searches and inflicting additional harm," according to state Reps.

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  18. Public input to be sought on certificates of needRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    On June 27, 2018, the board of the Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency will hear requests from two different medical entities wanting to provide almost the exact same services to Bradley County. On June 27, 2018, the board of the Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency will hear requests from two different medical entities wanting to provide almost the exact same services to Bradley County.

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  19. Bradley County Fire-Rescue Station 13-Hopewell receive new flagsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    WOODMEN LIFE REPLACED the Tennessee flag for Bradley County Fire-Rescue Station 13-Hopewell on Friday. Along with the flag, BCFR were presented with a certificate stating that the flag was flown over the capital in Nashville.

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  20. Boy Scouts visit Tennessee CapitolRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2018 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    C.T. Gunter a student at Waterville Community School, is a Bear Scout in troop 3477. He was selected to be the delegate for The Cherokee Area Council at the Boy Scouts of America annual report to the state.

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