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Blythe-Bower will host its third annual Bobcat Boogie 5-kilometer road race and 1-mile color fun run. In the color event, runners are doused in powder of a wide range of colors at different stations … more
NASHVILLE — Tennessee Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn on March 1 announced the eight school districts, Bradley County's among them, selected to receive grants as part of Tennessee’s ‘State … more
Local resident Lucille Townsend recently earned her master’s degree in business administration from WGU Tennessee, and traveled to Orlando, Fla., to receive her diploma at the university’s winter … more
The Ocoee Middle School archery team recently finished second in the annual Shootout on the Hill, held in Crossville. The tournament is staged in that town's Pleasant Hill Middle School, and draws … more
Andy Kruspe, a Huntsville-based bodhran teacher and performer, conducted a bodhran residency for grades four and five at Valley View and Michigan Avenue elementary schools the week of Feb. 19-22. … more
ROME, Ga. — Berry College recently announced its newest class of 2018 graduates.Marlene Kelley of Cleveland earned a bachelor's degree in animal science.Nationally recognized for academic … more
The following LFMS students were recognized at the February PTO meeting for showing outstanding character. The character traits being recognized were Caring and Courage. Way to go, Bruins and Lady … more
Students in Mrs. Davis's third-grade class at Prospect Elementary School recently impersonated famous U.S. citizens. Students researched and wrote reports on their chosen American. more
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