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Nick Humble will be the speaker Wednesday, 7 a.m., for the His Hands Extended devotional at Garden Plaza, 3600 Keith St.———Big Spring United Methodist Church will have its monthly covered-dish … more
GOAL Academy, Bradley County Schools' alternative school, is hosting a cookout this Thursday to thank local first responders for what they do. The event takes place this Thursday from 11 a.m. to … more
The only thing missing from Tuesday's 17th annual Veterans Appreciation Luncheon was a good rendition of "Onward Christian Soldiers."The congregation of the Georgetown Road complex holds the event … more
Bradley Cleveland Community Services Agency will not be distributing USDA Commodity Foods today and Thursday, as originally scheduled, due to uncontrollable circumstances. The distribution has … more
  Thirteen students have been selected to participate in Lee University’s new McNair Scholars Program, which is designed to prepare students for success in graduate school through research … more
A Salamander Tale BENTON — USDA Forest Service officials say Purdue University’s Agriculture Exhibit Design Center—A Salamander Tale is currently on exhibition at the Ocoee Whitewater (OWC) in the Cherokee National Forest. more
FRIDAY, APRIL 27 [+ Sat the 28th]Calloe Zerk, Jeff Brewer, Paulette Pugh,  Miechelle Forgey, Shirley  Baker, Rhonda Davis, Robin Harmon, Randy Lamm, Beverly Goodwin … more
Bradley County voters turned out in large numbers as the 2018 Republican Primary came to a close Tuesday night. 15,552 voters cast their ballots, which is 25.28 percent of the 61,531 resgistered voters. more
DENSO Manufacturing Athens Tennessee Inc. held its weeklong Teacher Externship (June 19-22) more
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