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Voters who want to exercise property rights voting in the Nov. 6 election have a little more than two weeks to register for the opportunity.

The 2018 Buckner Shoes for Orphan Souls drive is in full swing along with Moody 88.9 FM radio as August flies by, with drive coordinators reporting some positive results. Running from Aug. … more
While the races for Tennessee’s next governor and U.S. Senator are drawing a lot of attention and strong comments, a local ballot question doesn’t seem to have garnered much conversation: whether to permit retail package stores to sell alcoholic beverages in the city of Cleveland. more
  Dr. Delton Alford will address Lee University students at the summer commencement ceremony on Saturday, July 28, at 10:30 a.m. in the Conn Center.   Lee President Dr. Paul … more

While maintenance needs and a tour of the facility at the Bradley County Jail topped the agenda at last Friday’s Bradley County Commission’s Law Enforcement Committee meeting, several other items were discussed, including: POST Certified Officers at School Gates; Court Fines, Costs and Probations; and  Animal Control.

Casteel to present how to “Lead in Public Service” more
Legacy Village of Cleveland opened its doors wide Thursday evening for a couple hundred of the community's leading citizens.It was a grand-opening celebration for the elderly-care facility on Candies … more

A former inmate of the Bradley County Jail has filed a class action lawsuit against Bradley County, former sheriff Eric Watson and three other Bradley County Sheriff’s Office employees. The complaint centers on medical care offered to inmates at the jail, but also includes claims related to prisoner deaths, jail overcrowding, failure of jail inspections and funding for medical care, among others.

• Family Fun Day at the Park July 28, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. more
For the Tucker family, giving back to the community and youth is one of their biggest objectives in life.The fifth annual Back-2-School backpack giveaway had a significant impact on families and … more
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