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Early voting ahead of the Nov. 6 Tennessee State General Election begins Wednesday at three locations in Bradley County.Fran Green, Bradley County's administrator of elections, said the early voting … more
In what was perhaps the last public forum to feature the political candidates seeking offices in Cleveland and Bradley County before the Aug. 2 election, several candidates made their final pleas to … more
Cleveland has embarked on several ambitious projects throughout the city in an effort to “re-imagine” the functionality of its parks and recreation venues, reflecting the city’s commitment to … more

Chamber offers sales training course

Selling is essential for any business or profession. Whether individuals are looking for new business or applying for a new position to advance career aspirations, unless they know how to sell, they will not have a successful outcome. Put another way, “Nothing happens until someone sells something.” 
The Maxwell Method of Selling introduces the fundamentals of selling and marketing skills that are essential for every leader, manager, business owner or professional.

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Cry Out America, an annual Christian prayer event, is scheduled for Tuesday, noon to 1 p.m., at the Bradley County Courthouse Square. This local event is one of thousands of such events slated … more
Local organization ATS The Bridge is preparing to host an event to educate medical professionals on alternatives to prescribing opioid drugs for pain management. Seeking Alternatives: Opioids, … more

Malfunctioning door locks, cameras that don’t work, problems with sewer service, and a kitchen operating with only half the equipment in working order were among the concerns highlighted during a tour Friday of the Bradley County Jail.

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