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Some good news climbed to a rare spot among the Top 10 Newsmakers of 2017, when Bradley County’s unemployment rate plunged to a record low of 2.8 percent twice, in May and September.Actually, the … more
The Lee University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) had much more on its mind than winning athletic events when it set a goal of raising $10,000 for the East Tennessee Make-A Wish … more
The Rotary Club of Cleveland presented 11 grants totaling nearly $44,000 from its foundation during a recent weekly luncheon. The grants ranged from several organizations that promote literacy … more
Sheriff Eric Watson announced Sunday two off his top staff have retired after serving in local law enforcement for many years. more
“There is zero tolerance,” said Sheriff Eric Watson. “This is nothing to joke about.” Hours after three juveniles were arrested in connection  with alleged statements they had made … more
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Ocoee Region served up some Christmas cheer for more then 700 of their members during Saturday’s “CATCH the Spirit” held at the Tucker Unit in … more
For the couple of hundred people who attended Sunday night's Prayer Revival at Bradley Central High School, their response to a complaint about prayer before a football game last October was to … more
Cleveland City Schools recently named its 2018-19 district-level Teachers of the Year.  This year’s three district-level honorees are: Krislyn Martin (grades pre-K-4), Joshua Foggin (grades … more
Nursing students got a taste of what they might experience if working in emergency care, during a mass casualty drill held at Lee University Wednesday.Around 40 "victims," some with more serious … more
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