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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has designated this week – May 21-27 – as Healthy and Safe Swimming Week. This yearly observance is celebrated the week before Memorial Day, and this year’s theme is “Swim Healthy. Stay Healthy.” 

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NASHVILLE – Tennessee State Parks will celebrate National Trails Day and kick off Great Outdoors Month with free, guided hikes at all 56 parks on Saturday, June 2. The variety of events … more

Decoration Day will be held at Cofer Cemetery on Sunday, with the business meeting beginning at 1 p.m.
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Cleveland Urban Area Transit System will be closed on Monday for Memorial Day. CUATS will reopen on Tuesday

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CommonBond Christian Women’s Job Corps held its most recent graduation Tuesday, celebrating the accomplishments of three women who have overcome difficulties in life. “We’re very excited … more
Foundation House Ministries, a local organization which helps women facing unplanned pregnancies, recently got a new house. Much of what the organization does revolves around running a maternity … more

Improvements to the housing pods at the Bradley County Juvenile Detention Center were approved last week.

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Dianna Ball Calfee, a lifelong resident of Bradley County, announced her intention to run for re-election to the Bradley County Board of Education, for the 4th District, including Michigan Avenue, … more
Hampton Drive Baptist Church will have homecoming on June 3. Ordained will sing in the 11 … more
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