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In the world of business, professional images are powerful. Everything from business cards to online profile pictures are adorned with them. They are the first impression potential clients receive and portray a very important message about who you are as a professional. more
Numerous volunteers were on hand to serve clients of local nonprofit organization The Caring Place during its annual “Let Us Break Bread” banquet. The event, held Thursday evening on the … more
Polk County 4-H Members Participate in 4-H Superhero Camp! more
While not the “scariest movie of 2018,” as many films have tried to claim, “Hereditary” is one of the most original, macabre and truly disturbing horror films to come out of Hollywood. … more
Nearly a year since the opening of the Brian K. Smith Workhouse at the Bradley County Justice Center, the success of the initiative was a topic of discussion at Monday’s work session of the Bradley County Commission. more
Cleveland businessman and entrepreneur Allan Jones has acknowledged the passing of the very first employee of his Check Into Cash corporation.Robert "Bob" Evans, 76, known by many in the lending … more

The Bradley County Commission received an update on the Partnerships in Industry & Education Center, or PIE Center, during its work session on Monday.

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Ines and Isla came to the SPCA of Bradley County on Feb. 15. Ines, left, is approximately 7 years old and weighs 60 lbs. Isla, right, is approximately 5 years old and 45 lbs. These two are as precious and can be quite comical! If you’re interested in meeting or have any questions about Ines or Isla, please come to the SPCA of Bradley County or call us at (423) 790-1915. more
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