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Cheers open 50 Nights of Lights

13-11-2017 Hits:762 News Denise Strub - avatar Denise Strub

Cheers open 50 Nights of Lights

  Cleveland had the experience of a fairy tale Saturday as 50 Nights of Lights was kicked off and filled children's faces with Technicolor wonder. To usher in the holiday season, residents...

City aldermen vote to remove Mississippi flag

08-11-2017 Hits:1583 News Denise Strub - avatar Denise Strub

City aldermen vote to remove Mississippi flag

    The Mississippi State Flag has been a controversial topic for throughout the nation and a year after Delta State University’s decision to remove the state flag, Cleveland has followed suit. During...

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School board looks at future building options

  The Cleveland School District Board of Trustees is considering large-scale renovations or building a new school the district. Jim Young of...

Dr. Nora Gough-Davis named a health champion

The Myrlie Evers Williams Institute for the Elimination of Health Disparities has named Dr. Nora Gough-Davis, family nurse practitioner at...

Rosedale Freedom Project wins money at game-style event

An event modeled after ABC’s “Shark Tank” turned out to be fruitful for the Rosedale Freedom Project, which first and...

Non-profit begins to help individuals create jobs

Many individuals young and old have been leaning towards creating their own jobs. The Prosperity Over Poverty Movement is a non-profit...

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Hawks to host Blue Devils

Hawks to host Blue Devils

The Shaw High School Hawks will be looking to keep their great season alive, as they will host the Simmons High School Blue Devils in the second round of the 1A State Playoffs tonight in Shaw. The Hawks, at 8-3, advanced to the second round by defeating Smithville 22-14 last week....

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