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The Tennessee Department of Transportation and the Tennessee Highway Patrol will be testing the fog zone alert system on Interstate 75 in Bradley County on Sunday morning, beginning at 9 a.m. The … more
It was a big night for Polk County's  mountaintop communities Tuesday in the  primary election. Two candidates from the upper communities won in key races.Mitchell Hicks slipped by Kelley … more
Oak Grove Ruritan Club will have its annual pancake breakfast on May 12, 8 to 10 a.m., at Jenkins Deli. The breakfast is an all you care to eat pancake and sausage event. The Oak Grove School student choir, led by Freda Burton, will entertain beginning at 9 a.m.  more
Bradley County officials hope to complete a few paving projects around local schools over the summer. The Bradley County Commission's Road Committee met earlier this week to review several items, … more
The Cleveland VFW James D. Blankenship Auxiliary Post 2598 just celebrated its 70th anniversary of bringing fellowship and aid to veterans of foreign wars. President Tonia Leonard welcomed … more
CSCC to Host Medical Assisting Information Sessions more
Meadowfork Singers will sing Sunday, 2 p.m., at Sunrise Baptist Church.———Revival is underway, 7 nightly, at Solid Rock Baptist Church, 4975 Highway 11 South,  with evangelist Scott … more
“The Voice of Democracy”  2018 Essay winner for Bradley County is Sam Hood, a student at Walker Valley High School. This year’s essay theme was “American History: Our Hope for the Future.”   The annual essay contest is sponsored by the VFW, VFW Auxiliary Post 2598 and Bradley County 4-H.  Presenting a certificate and $25 check, are Kathryn Ervin, Bradley Co. 4-H representative, Hood, and Wilma Goins, past department president of Auxiliary Post 2589.  more
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