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Bill Winters has made a career of serving others, whether in his capacity as a public servant, a man of faith, working in education or counseling others. A retired ordained minister of the … more
Through technology and momentum, Pentecostal Theological Seminary is extending its reach far beyond Cleveland. According to Dr. Michael Baker, president of Pentecostal Theological Seminary … more
ounty, Troy Weathers has invested well over a decade of time to education.His investment has not been in the classroom, but in a position to assist classroom teachers, school administrators, students … more
Dawn Robinson is not in the dawn of her service to the City of Cleveland School System, but in the twilight years. However, she continues to be a fierce advocate for the needs of Cleveland students, … more
Cleveland City Schools is coming off  a year of change and the administration is looking ahead in 2020 with a strategic plan in mind. In June 2019, Candy's Creek Cherokee Elementary School … more
Dr. Bill Seymour, president of Cleveland State Community College, said 2019 was a “historic” year for the local college, as they stayed on track with the five-year strategic plan and experienced … more
Earth moving equipment operators are busy moving dirt at the site where Tennessee Christian Preparatory School is constructing a new school on Stuart Road.The acreage is located across the street … more
Bradley County Schools is on its way to breaking ground on the future Partnerships in Industry and Education (PIE) Center later this year. Having secured funding for the center last year, … more
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