Low temp record hit
Last night’s low temperature in Cleveland smashed a 58-year-old record. Jody Correro, cooperative observer with the National Weather Service, said last night’s temperature was 60 degrees — 4 degree...
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Sales Tax Holiday in time for back-to-school
Mississippians can get ready to shop till they drop during the upcoming Sales Tax Holiday Friday and Saturday. According to the Mississippi Department of Revenue, the holiday will officially begin ...
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Book sale benefits modern library
Cleveland High School will host a used library book sale on Tuesday to help raise money for renovations to the school’s library. “We are getting rid of old books as a fundraiser for a library makeo...
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All-Stars
Cleveland West 10s still alive The Cleveland West 10-year-old All-Stars are still alive in the Dixie Youth AAA (10-year-old) State Baseball Tournament in Mendenhall. Cleveland West is currently 3-1...
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Farmers market offers unique items
The Farmers Market is open every Saturday from 8-11 a.m. in The Alley by Mosquito Burrito in downtown Cleveland and it offers a variety of unusual items, in addition to the usual locally grown prod...
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Community vital to new hospital CEO
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Robert Marshall is the new CEO of Bolivar Medical Center, replacing James Atkins, who has served as interim CEO of the hospital since February 2014. Marshall said his goal is to make Bolivar Medical Center the provider of choice when it comes to healthcare. “I’d like our community to think of us first,” said Marshall. “Cleveland and surrounding areas are fortunate to have a great college and midsized hospital in a community this size,” said Marshall. “I want to see our community embrace Boliv...
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