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Some observers feel the Clerk of the Courts Office in Polk County has been plagued since the recent elections with the same handicap as other major offices ... a change in personnel and lack of … more
Bradley County 4-H Members Attends National Youth Summit in Washington, D.C. more
Legislation to deregulate the required state licensing of caregivers who render assistance to less than three individuals struggling with intellectual and developmental disabilities passed the full … more
The Polk County delegation posed for a photo with state Sen. Mike Bell in his Nashville office. State History Bowl contest is shown. The Polk County 4-H team placed second in state competition.     more
A Georgetown man was sentenced to 10 years in prison Monday after pleading guilty to the charge of sexual exploitation of a minor (more than 100 images). more
Simmons Bank has named Martin Schrodt senior vice president and regional retail manager for Tennessee. Schrodt will oversee retail banking strategy and performance for Simmons’ 46 Tennessee retail … more
A Cleveland woman was arrested by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office for child abuse after a Waterville Elementary School student informed a teacher that her arm had been injured by her foster … more
At the Chattanooga Area Food Bank (Food Bank) warehouse, Food City made a gift of $146,910 to the Food Bank and area hunger relief organizations. A team of local Food City store managers, led by … more
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