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Joyce Johnson was recognized as 2017 Fraternalist of Year for Tennessee East of the Woodmen Life. She was recognized for volunteer service, accomplishment and dedication as an outstanding fraternalist.   From left are Adam Lowe, regional director; Joyce Johnson; and WW Johnson, president of Chapter 16. more
Keith Green, Donnie Hill, Patricia  Price, Tammy  Stafford, Amanda Trout and Lynn Chesnutt, who are celebrating birthdays today ... … more
The Tennessee Comptroller's Office confirmed today to the Cleveland Daily Banner the allegations by certain members of the County Commission made against Sheriff Eric Watson and the Bradley County … more
Denise Malone, Baron Carroll and Greg Gallatin, who are celebrating birthdays today ...  Ashley Brown who celebrated a birthday on Friday. more
ATS-The Bridge is hoping to increase the police presence in areas where illegal narcotics are prevalent, while also reminding teens about the dangers of these drugs, through a special partnership … more

Roy Smith with the Bradley County Veterans Squad ran across these old photos while cleaning out some files. These photos are of Bradley Countians killed or missing in action during World War II. The photos were given to the Cleveland Daily Banner to help distribute to the family members of these war heroes. They are available by stopping by the Banner, which will be running the photos on Sundays for the next couple of months. ETO refers to European Theater of Operations. There are some photos that had no name on them. If they are a family member, please come by to identify and pick up the photo.






Roy Smith with the Bradley County Veterans Squad ran across these old photos while cleaning out some files. These photos are of Bradley Countians killed or missing in action during World War II. The photos were given to the Cleveland Daily Banner to help distribute to the family members of these war heroes. They are available by stopping by the Banner, which will be running the photos on Sundays for the next couple of months. ETO refers to European Theater of Operations. There are some photos that had no name on them. If they are a family member, please come by to identify and pick up the photo.








Roy Smith with the Bradley County Veterans Squad ran across these old photos while cleaning out some files. These photos are of Bradley Countians killed or missing in action during World War II. The photos were given to the Cleveland Daily Banner to help distribute to the family members of these war heroes. They are available by stopping by the Banner, which will be running the photos on Sundays for the next couple of months. ETO refers to European Theater of Operations. There are some photos that had no name on them. If they are a family member, please come by to identify and pick up the photo.





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Friday morning was cold and gray, but the hearts of Cleveland and Bradley County proved to be warm with compassion and generosity.WCLE wrapped up its annual two-week fundraiser for the Empty Stocking … more
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Veterans First of Tennessee has changed locations, and is looking forward to expanding assistance to Cleveland veterans and other regional vets.The operation of the local thrift store had … more
Every year for almost 100 years, the people of Cleveland and Bradley County have helped their less- fortunate neighbors put a Christmas dinner on the table. The William Hall Rodgers Christmas Basket Fund each year raises money to fill the baskets or more correctly boxes of staple foods. more
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