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The local Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) has four missionaries now serving in the area. Two of them can be seen biking around the community and the other two are … more
 Jeremy Noble, Shaun Tenpenny, Betsy Clark, Alan Terry, Jan Harris, Todd Olinger, Robin Pendergrass, Brian Quinn, Jimmy Harper, Sherry  Farmer … more

Chapter Sergeant At Arms James D. Pemberton, left, receives a flagpole streamer from Jim McKinney. The streamer recognizes the chapter’s participation in March marking the graves of five American Revolutionary War patriots buried in the Eusebia  Presbyterian Church cemetery in Seymour.

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A representative of Japanese-owned automotive parts manufacturer Denso recently visited Ocoee Middle School to teach students about Japanese culture. This visit came about because the company's … more
A weight on the huge clock in the Tower of Bradley County’s courthouse fell Saturday around 3 p.m., it was learned today. County employees stated today that the falling weight caused damage to the tower flooring. The instrument, weighing in the neighborhood of 500 pounds, reportedly made a terrific impact when it fell. County Judge H.M. Fulbright told The Banner today that “the courthouse building is outmoded, inadequate, and the grand jury has repeatedly informed us that the walls are crumbling.” During two recent trials, large chunks of the ceiling fell in the main courtroom and another large section of the library ceiling fell down. Fulbright, an advocate of building a new courthouse, has urged the county court to make funds available for the project. The court in general has refused, taking the stand that an “overhaul” job will be sufficient. There are no steel supports anywhere in the structure, it was learned, and the brick and mortar is deteriorating, according to an engineer’s report to the court. Joe Burns, Georgetown Pike, is under agreement with the county to inspect and keep the clock in good working order, but was out of town today and could not be reached by phone. more
The Polk County Commission, meeting in called session Thursday evening at the courthouse in Benton, took the first step in foreclosing on the property of the Copper Basin Medical … more
The results of the 29th Annual Westside Spring Run have been released. more
The closing event of the Taste the Nations program was held on Monday at the Museum Center at Five Points, in a rousing display of cultural music and art.   Shauna Staup, AmeriCorps … more
A closed-door meeting the Bradley County Board of Education recently held to discuss school safety reportedly led to “several actionable items” being planned to help protect students and … more
Community First Award Winners Chosen CLEVELAND, Tenn. – The results are in! The Community First Awards Committee received approximately 75 nominations seeking to honor individuals across nine categories. Nominations were judged based on the nominees’ extraordinary commitment of time, talent or treasure to the community. There were a total of nine winners for the individual categories. more
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