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The Bradley County Schools system is among the 33 districts in Tennessee which have been affected by a recent error in the scoring of state TNReady exams. The scoring error recently acknowledged … more
Passion, energy and commitment are three traits David Kyle has embodied this past year.With Cleveland State’s cross country program making its debut in the 50th year of the community college, a … more
Cleveland/Bradley Keep America Beautiful is planning an adults-only Halloween party to raise money for its educational programs for children. The organization is planning its first “Monster … more
After adding a new cause to its community mission — health — 10 years ago, the 100 Black Men of Bradley County Inc. is entering into a second decade of promoting responsible lifestyle habits in … more
Growing  up with a father who was a firefighter, being married to a fireman with TVA, and having two brothers with the Cleveland Fire Department has led Jennifer Pennell-Aslinger to see how they … more
No criminal charges will be filed after a man was hit and killed on North Lee Highway in Bradley County.Jesse Lee Burchett, 29, of Chattanooga, was fatally struck in the 7700 block of North … more
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1935 The first crust of ice for this fall was seen here Monday morning by early risers who found a thin cake on water left standing in vessels overnight. Frost was noticed in many … more
Lee’s Ruiz and Acevedo Excel in the Music Business By Charity Parris Lee University’s Dr. José Ruiz and Robert Acevedo collaborated with Grammy winning artist Ben Gundersheimer (Mister G) on an award-winning album, “Mundo Verde/Green World.” Ruiz and Acevedo also recently released a Latin jazz album project, “Ahora Más Que Nunca.” In spring 2017, Mister G asked Ruiz, assistant professor of music business at Lee, to contribute to “Mundo Verde/Green World,” his eco-friendly, bilingual children’s music album. The album was recently awarded the Parents’ Choice Gold Award, an award for children’s music and toys regarded to be equivalent to an Academy Award. After listening to Mister G’s songs, Ruiz asked Acevedo, pastoral ministry major from Ponce, Puerto Rico, if he would be willing to join him in the project. The three musicians then began sharing ideas, motivations for creating and performing music, and details about one another’s professional work. “I enjoyed creating an opportunity for a student to engage in professional work,” said Ruiz. “As a music business professor, it is my mission to engage students in experiential learning opportunities to strengthen their God-given gifts and help them, ultimately, become more marketable post-graduation.” Ruiz served as an additional recording engineer and flutist for the album’s song, “Patas en el aire/Paws in the air,” and Acevedo served as percussionist. more
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