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It’s official: Property and fire taxes are going up for Bradley County residents


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MELISSA EDWARDS shared these two photos. She captured a gentle rain moving up the river, and A blue heron standing at Dale Hallow Dam. more
DIANNE ORR shared this photo of an evening on Lake Ocoee (Parksville Lake). more
Mikayla Beasley of Cleveland, has been selected as this year’s recipient of Bowater Credit Union’s annual $2,000 College Scholarship. In order to receive this scholarship, Mikayla competed against many other students who were evaluated based on grades, school activities, civic activities and an essay on the importance of credit unions in the lives of young adults. more
JENNIFER HARDISON got a closeup view of this mourning dove’s head. more
MARILYN GIBSON titled her two photos, “Sunflowers everywhere.” more
Cleveland City Schools district and school administrators gathered for their annual Administrator Retreat on Tuesday at Cohutta Springs Retreat Center.  Dr. Russell Dyer, Director of Schools, laid out his vision for the year ahead and school administrators discussed their plans for the upcoming year.  Online registration is now open for the city schools at https://www.clevelandschools.org/enrollment and the first day of school is Monday, August 5!  Registration information is available on the school system website.   more
KEISHA BAKER shared a couple of aquarium photos of a penguin, left, and a sea turtle, right. more
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