Here is your Cleveland, Tenn. | Bradley County, Tenn. news on mymix1041.com, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: In news today… Mrs. Richelle Shel
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In news today…
Mrs. Richelle Shelton, Principal at George R. Stuart Elementary School, shared news of her upcoming retirement with her Stuart staff on Thursday. Mrs. Shelton will continue as Principal of George R. Stuart Elementary School for the remainder of the 2021-2022 school year. Mrs. Shelton began her career with Cleveland City Schools in 1996 as a Kindergarten teacher at Yates Primary School. She served 16 years at Yates Primary School, 1 year at Cleveland Middle School, and 2 years at Mayfield Elementary School before transitioning to the principal role at George R. Stuart Elementary School in 2015. Mrs. Shelton has served as the Principal of George R. Stuart Elementary School for the past 7 years.
Cleveland City Schools will immediately begin the process of filling the principal role at George R. Stuart Elementary School. Interested applicants can apply at clv.city/careers.
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Recently, Cleveland State Community College hosted Archie Manning to campus for a night of conversations about his life in the National Football League and raising three sons, two of whom became college and professional football stars. Over 1,300 people were in attendance, and over $106,000 was raised for the CSCC Foundation. Building on this success, CSCC has selected former Lady Vols basketball player Tamika Catchings as its speaker in February of 2023. Catchings will speak about her career and life experiences throughout her 16 seasons in the WNBA.
Cleveland State offers a space for influential leaders to connect with the community and share their experiences to uplift others. Catchings has been a record breaker in basketball and community leader throughout her career. The Lady Vols had a record of 134-10 with four SEC regular season championships, three trips to the Elite Eight and two trips to the Final Four during Catchings’ collegiate career. She was a part of Pat Summitt’s undefeated, 39-0 squad in the 1997-98 season.
Catchings released a book in 2016 called Catch A Star: Shining through Adversity to Become a Champion. It tells Catchings’ story of overcoming her hearing loss, separation from family, high expectations and the pain of a debilitating physical injury.
Tickets for this event go on sale this fall.
A Bradley County Grand Jury has indicted three men in connection with the shooting death of Brandon Stamey in Cleveland last year.
Michael Leon Sims is charged with first degree murder. The indictment says Sims “did unlawfully and intentionally and with premeditation kill” Stamey.
Joseph Dewayne Bishop and Morgan Leigh Mills are both charged with knowing about Sims’ plan to kill Stamey, but doing nothing.
We are less than a week away from the opening day for the Chattanooga Lookouts when fans can fill AT&T field once again.
But, there will be a new honor to celebrate this season.
Lead broadcaster for The Lookouts, Larry Ward, is being inducted into the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame.
He’s been working for the team for almost 33 years.
Larry Ward will officially be inducted into the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame on August 6th.
The opening series for The Lookouts is April 12th to the 17th.