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School is back in session, and with it so are extracurricular activities like festivals and sports, with high school football now in full swing. The summer months of less traffic in the mornings and … more
The following items were compiled by the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library from old issues of the Cleveland Daily Banner and its forerunners, the Cleveland Banner, the Journal, and the Journal … more
By Marisa Gilbert CASA Vista CASA of Bradley and Polk Counties celebrated seven years as an established local nonprofit on Friday. “It has been an honor to see CASA grow into the … more
After two years as executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland, Chip Willis has decided it is time to transition into retirement. Willis said he recently made the difficult … more
Circuit Court Judge Andrew Freiberg is shown with Kiwanis Club of Cleveland President Jeff Miller and Mike Thomasson, Kiwanis member. Freiberg spoke to the Kiwanis Club of Cleveland members about the … more
On Aug. 14, Life Care Centers of America recognized the contributions of volunteer Emma Cummings during the company’s annual management meeting awards dinner at its headquarters in … more
The Bradley County Soil Conservation District and Polk County Soil Conservation District, in partnership with Tennessee Department of Agriculture, is currently taking applications for Pasture … more
The Bradley County Sheriff Office’s School Resource Officer Program incorporates 17 deputies who are tasked with the responsibility of ensuring a safe learning environment for … more
The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Joel Henderson as the new communications director. Henderson will lead the communications efforts for publications, marketing, … more
The Cleveland Duplicate Bridge Club meets every Tuesday at 12:35 p.m., at the Senior Center on Urbane Road. For information, call Judy Odeh at 310-1892; for partnership information, call John Sughrue … more
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