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Cougars have busy weekend

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Cleveland State softball opened its season with a two-game split with the Gordon State Lady Highlanders in Barnesville, Ga., Saturday.The Lady Cougars earned a tight 7-6 win over the Lady Highlanders …

Flames' winning streak snapped by Warhawks

Yesterday at 10:13 AM | | |
 After 12 consecutive home wins this season the No. 22 Lee Flames faced defeat for the first inside Walker Arena on Saturday evening losing to Auburn Montgomery,  0-73.The pesky Warhawks …
Obituaries More

Paul Peter Hager Sr.

3 days ago | | |
Paul Peter Hager Sr. 59, of Cleveland passed away on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020. 

William Kins Hooper

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William Kins Hooper, 82, of Cleveland, passed away on Friday, Feb. 14, 2020. 
News

Early voting still slow, but steady

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The early voting turnout in Bradley County is on track with the same time period in the 2016 election cycle.

2-16- I See by the Banner

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The Charleston Calhoun Hiwassee Historical Society will hold its quarterly meeting today at 3 p.m.  Bryan Reed, an associate professor of history TN eCampus Faculty Liaison/Campus Administrator at Cleveland State Community College, will be speaking on “Slaves and Freedmen in Bradley County during the Civil War.” The meeting will be at the Hiwassee River Heritage Center, 8746 Hiwassee St., in Charleston.

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