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Cleveland was established in 1837. The city was named for Colonel Benjamin Cleveland, who was a commander at the Battle of Kings Mountain during the American Revolutionary War. The official association between the US federal government and the greater Cherokee Nation, the Cherokee Agency, was moved in 1819 to an area near present day Cleveland. This area would be a prominent factor during the Cherokee Removal of the late 1830s.

Population: 37192
Local Newspapers: Bradley News Cleveland Daily Banner People News
Local Sports Teams: Nashville Predators (NHL) Nashville Kats (AFL) Tennessee Titans (NFL)
Local Colleges: Lee University

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Dog Park

RANDY BOYD OF THE Boyd Foundation speaks at a presentation at the site of a future dog park near Foster Lane in Cleveland on Saturday. The Boyd Foundation presented a check for $25,000 to go toward the construction of a dog park behind Blythe-Bower Elementary School.

Annette Burgner

She was the daughter of the late Callie Evelyn Crumley White and James Dewey White. Her husband, Lloyd Julian Burgner Sr.; and her son, Lloyd Julian Burgner Jr. also preceded her in death.

David Arnold Ingram

A son of the late Ruth Carroll Ingram and D.A. Ingram, he was a U.S. Navy veteran serving during the Korean War and the Vietnam War. He was a welder most of his life and was a member of the Boilermakers Union.

RaceTrac renovation plans

THE RACETRAC corporation recently released plans for renovation of its Raceway distribution center on 25th Street in Cleveland. Communication Manager Liz Howell, at the Atlanta headquarters, has since added that Racetrac is planning a second location in Cleveland.

Church Activities

There will be a special healing service Sunday, 2 p.m., at Community Chapel Church, 1807 Blythe Ave., Cleveland. Danny Brown and Kadie Baker will be speaking.

Pence to be joined by Reps. Fleischmann, DesJarlais

Vice President Mike Pence will be accompanied by several Tennessee lawmakers during his visit to Lee University in Cleveland Saturday, the Cleveland Daily Banner has learned.According to a press a Vice President Mike Pence will be accompanied by several Tennessee lawmakers during his visit to Lee University in Cleveland Saturday, the Cleveland Daily Banner has learned. According to a press release issued by America First Policies, U.S. Reps.

Traffic projects expected to ease problems

There are numerous projects in the works to improve downtown Cleveland and deal with citywide problems like traffic congestion, says Cleveland City Manager Joe Fivas. He shared an overview of a CLEVELAND CITY MANAGER Joe Fivas, right, shared city redevelopment plans with the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club on Thursday.

Bradley County Bar Association

The BRADLEY COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION held its July meeting at The Press in downtown Cleveland. From left are speaker Rich Kienlen, director of Bradley County Misdemeanor Probation; Richard Hughes, president; and speakers Holly Thompson, Clerk and Master, Bradley County Chancery Court, and Suzanne Burns, Foundation House Ministries.

Knights of Columbus Donation

Knights of Columbus Council No. 4572, Cleveland, recently presented a donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Ocoee Region.

Evelyn E. Miller Wood

She was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas Wood; parents, John Garfield Miller and Nancy Hipps Miller; daughter, Susan Jeanne Chavis Bofink; grandson, Thomas Clay Chavis; sister, Elsie Childers; and two brothers, Carl Miller and Elmer Miller. Survivors include her daughter, Theresa Jane Sheely and husband, Percy, of Cleveland; grandchildren, David Sheely and wife, Jennifer, of Cleveland, and Stephanie Jane Shipp of Nashville; two great-grandchildren, Emma Chavis and Hannah Grace Sheely; and several nieces and nephews.

Mildred Ella Huffine Johnson

She was born in Sweetwater on May 16, 1925, to the late Benjamin F. Huffine Jr. and Mary Rose Byrd Huffine. She was the seventh of eight children, with three brothers and three sisters preceding her in death: John F. Huffine, Benjamin F. Huffine III and Robert Byrd Huffine; and Mary Ruth Carpenter, Gladys Pauline Frazier and Rachel Emma Simmons.

Newspaper brings home 12 awards

Cleveland Daily Banner staff writers, editors, photographers and website administrators have earned 12 awards in 11 categories of the 2018 Newspaper Contests sponsored jointly by the Tennessee Press a RALPH BALDWIN, left, publisher of the Cleveland Daily Banner, accepts a first-place award for Sports Photography on behalf of Lee Walls Jr., who shot the winning entry. Dr. David Golden, executive assistant to the UT president, presents the award during the recent UT/TPA Awards Banquet.

Creative Discovery Museum Has 18th Annual Honey Harvest July 28-29

The 18th annual Honey Harvest, Creative Discovery Museum's sweetest event, returns Saturday, July 28, and Sunday, July 29, from noon to 4 p.m. The Museum will be buzzing with beekeepers and guests celebrating the work and life of the honey bee.

At-large candidates support Harrison Pike exit

All four candidates running for At-Large seats on the Cleveland City Council voiced support for the construction of an exit off Interstate 75 at Harrison Pike during an on-air debate broadcast a CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE candidates Larry D'Agata, David Durkin, Ken Webb and Scott McGowan discuss city issues during an on-air debate at WOOP's 99.9 FM studio. The debate was hosted by Cleveland City Councilman Tom Cassada and moderated by attorney and former state Sen. Jeffrey Miller.

Argument over cellphone results in shooting incident

The Bradley County Sheriff's Office arrested and charged a Cleveland woman with attempted second-degree murder after she fired shots at a man during an alcohol-fueled argument over a cellphone.The a The Bradley County Sheriff's Office arrested and charged a Cleveland woman with attempted second-degree murder after she fired shots at a man during an alcohol-fueled argument over a cellphone. The woman, Terra Miller, 43, of 881 Stone Glen Trail, was arrested at 3 a.m. Monday, according to BCSO public information officer Brian Graves.

Ghost hunter wants to be governor

As early voting commences, Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Vinnie Vineyard stopped in Cleveland to discuss issues he believes affect everyone, and why a third option on a ballot is a step in the a VINNIE VINEYARD, Libertarian gubernatorial candidate, recently stopped by the Cleveland Daily Banner to discuss the importance of a third option on ballots. Big issues that Vineyard focuses on include marijuana, healthcare and shrinking big government.

Seymour talks life skills to DYW teens

Participants in the Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee program arrived in Cleveland on Sunday and have been on the go ever since. In addition to meeting with their host families, rehearsing their group fitness routine and other activities, they are also learning life skills that will benefit them not only in the competition but also in everyday life.

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