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Upcoming events, plans and achievements were discussed Tuesday for the The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library Board  monthly meeting. The Ocoee River Regional Library report, which … more
The Bradley County Board of Education on Thursday approved the purchases of equipment at two schools, in light of new state law which will require drinking water to be tested for … more
Cleveland Utilities President and CEO Tim Henderson says Mountain Dew is a popular soft drink among the people of Nepal, as well as its teeming population of monkeys.While in Nepal during a recent … more
Sharon Guy shared this bouquet of the last of her dahlias. more

A Cleveland man serving a life sentence for two murders has died in prison.

tabatha holder took this photo as she drove from North Carolina to Tellico. “Amazing view of the mountains.” more
Changes to Bradley County’s Emergency Medical Services are scheduled for Jan. 1, including a move from eight-hour shifts to 12-hour shifts for employees. more
The Bradley County Juvenile Court and the Juvenile Recovery Program were the focus of this week's presentation at the Cleveland Kiwanis luncheon at the downtown Elks Lodge.Magistrate Ashley Gaither, … more
The Cleveland Kiwanis Club is continuing its giving ways during this 2018 holiday season.The Kiwanians presented more than 90 gift collections to children in the Blythe Community last week, most … more
Tabatha Holder took this photo of Ellie the elephant, Holder’s daughter, enjoying her first Halloween. more
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