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Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

RIDERS ABRIANNA BISHOP, left, and Enzie Scott round the corner of the ring on their steeds "Cedarwind's Touch of Pride" and "Unchaperoned" during Thursday's portion of the 5-day Cleveland Tri-State Charity Horse Show.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

RIDER ALEY WHITE leads "HS Daydreams Come True" around the ring during the Saddle Seat Equitation Walk/Trot 10 & Under competition at the Cleveland Tri-State Charity Horse Show on Thursday.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

JOHN BRAND rides in buggy behind "Simon Templar the Saint" in the ASB Fine Harness Amateur/Jr. Exhibitor category in Thursday evening's portion of the Cleveland Tri-State Charity Horse Show. The horse show continues through Saturday. More than 600 horses and rider are participating in the annual event. The show benefits the Reinbow Riders Thereapeutic Program and the Tri-State Exhibition Center. The show continues Friday at 7 p.m. and on Saturday at 9 a.m. and again at 7 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

THE CHAIR and debris that previously occupied the area shown in the photograph were removed by city workers as of Thursday.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

A DISCARDED CHAIR, as well as other debris, were photographed by a Cleveland Daily Banner photojournalist earlier this month.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

NO MATTER WHERE, some Cleveland and Bradley County residents just thoughtlessly dump litter, and entire trash bags, out their vehicles onto roadsides. One of the biggest targets is the Wildwood Avenue area, as seen here with this torn bag of trash. It is not only an eyesore, but a health hazard.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

SEVERAL VOLUNTEERS and government officials attended a groundbreaking ceremony held for the construction of a new home in the Blythe-Oldfield neighborhood in Cleveland. Construction of the new residence is a the result of a partnership between community development organization City Fields and the Ocoee Region Builders Association. Pictured in the photo are City Fields' Jake Stum, Joe Collins, Dennis Epperson, Bradley County Commissioner Charlotte Peak, ORBA President Blake Allison, Chad Dean, Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis, state Sen. Todd Gardenhire, Chris Martin, Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks and City Fields Executive Director Dustin Tommey.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

MIKE JACKSON, a TVA Welding Instructor, uses the Lincoln Engineering Virtual Welder during the PIE Center open house event on Wednesday. The helmet is equipped with a virtual reality headset that allows the user to get a real world view of his weld.

From PIE CENTER   |   6/13/19

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

THE TOURS ON WEDNESDAY at the PIE Center were the first time that the building itself has been open for the public to view since the plan was announced.

From PIE CENTER   |   6/13/19

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

IN THE PROPOSED POST-SECONDARY area of the PIE Center, the Bradley High Robotics Team shows off one of their projects, RBOT. From left are Caleb Smith, Jacob Long and Matthew Robinson.

From PIE CENTER   |   6/13/19

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER ANGIE FREEMAN presents Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks with a Kroger gift bag at the 40th anniversary celebration.

From Peyton's hits 40 with a bash   |   6/13/19

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