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Several families have already put up their decorations, some even before Thanksgiving, but to many, it is not time for lights and tinsel until the downtown Cleveland Christmas tree is lit.That will … more
Chad Dean was installed for his second consecutive term as president of the Ocoee Regional Builders Association during the organization’s annual Christmas/Installation dinner Friday night at … more
Bart Borden, vice president of Cleveland Utilities' Electric Division, provided the utility's board with a report on ongoing projects at December's meeting.The meeting, which doubled as a … more
When it comes to Bradley County students and higher learning, the numbers appear to be headed in the right direction.That observation came from Tennessee Board of Regents Chancellor Dr. Flora … more
State Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville), co-chairman of the Tennessee Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus, has been elected to serve as a member of the Executive Council for the National Assembly of … more
Two significant legal hearings have now been scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 13, at the Cleveland city courtroom, and both could potentially mark an end to the issues with which they are … more
USDA Forest Service officials have implemented a forest order for the entire Cherokee National Forest to minimize black bear-human encounters and interactions. more
Cleveland Urban Forester Dan Hartman recently gave members of the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club a look at what goes into maintaining the city’s trees.  Hartman, who has served in his role for … more
The Aid A Veteran Program this holiday season has received some youthful assistance, with an open challenge.Stuart Elementary's Beta Club members have raised more than $500 for Aid A Veteran's … more
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