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Here is your Cleveland, Tenn. | Bradley County, Tenn. news on mymix1041.com, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: In news today… Tom Griscom, Presi

Here is your Cleveland, Tenn. | Bradley County, Tenn. news on mymix1041.com, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland:

In news today…

Tom Griscom, President Reagan’s and former senate majority leader Tennessee’s Howard Baker’s former communications Director, spoke to Steve Hartline in an in-depth interview, about his career in Washington. Many of the same issues faced by our nation today, were faced by the Reagan White House. Including Russia.

“Inside the Reagan White House: the great communicator’s communication Director, well air as part of “conversations with Steve Hartline” on mixtv.tv streaming today and at noon today on Talk 101-3 The Buzz.

Also in news today…

Mrs. Prisavia Croft, Principal at Blythe-Bower Elementary School, announced her upcoming retirement to the Blythe-Bower faculty today. Mrs. Croft will continue as Principal of Blythe-Bower for the remainder of the 2021-2022 school year. Starting in 1990, Mrs. Croft served Cleveland City Schools for over 30 years in various roles from teacher assistant to principal. In 2018, Mrs. Croft became the Principal of Blythe-Bower Elementary School where she served for four years. Croft also spent many years as a teacher at George R. Stuart Elementary School and in the assistant principal role at both Cleveland Middle School and Blythe-Bower Elementary.

In news today…

​​Cleveland State Community College is currently accepting nominations for its Seventh Annual Community First Awards and Gala on Tuesday, September 20 at Ocoee Crest in Polk County. Each year, this event honors individuals who have a passion for giving back to the communities they serve.

Nominations are judged based on the nominees’ extraordinary commitment of time, talent and/or treasure to the community. Anyone who lives in the Cleveland State five-county service area of Bradley, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe and Polk counties, is eligible to be nominated and receive a Community First Award.

This year, there are nine different categories: Arts, Business, Education, Public Service, Volunteer Service, Non-Profit Leadership, Healthcare, Student Leadership and Philanthropy. One nominee will be honored as the Community First Person of the Year, which will be announced at the Community First Gala.

Nominations are open to the public, and the nomination form is available online at mycs.cc/cfanominations until May 15. Although the winners of each category will be announced prior to the event, the college will keep the name of its most prestigious award, the Community First Person of the Year, a surprise until the night of the event.

From NewsChannel 9…

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office has identified the victim who was hit by a car and killed on I-75 northbound near Ooltewah on Sunday morning as 52-year-old John D. Hess.

A release says there are no plans to charge the driver of the vehicle who struck him.

In news today…

The second candidate forum in the Chamber Of Commerce’s series of political forums will be held today at 4PM. Today’s forum will be for candidates for the Cleveland Board of Education. We will have LIVE coverage of the forum at 4PM on MixTV.tv as well as on Talk 101-3 The Buzz. Our live coverage is presented by Ralph Buckner Funeral Home & Crematory.