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Christie Marie Brown, Jim Suiter, Ernie Scroggins, Tim Smith, Belinda Whitten, John Bischof, Emily Cole, Mark Harris and Charlie Dunn, who are celebrating … more
An academically talented Cleveland High School student has been named a state finalist for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. CHS senior Brian Byerly is just one of 20 students statewide … more
Though it is a diverse campus today, Lee University is among the many educational institutions that once experienced racial segregation. Bishop Quan Miller, a black Lee alumnus who attended … more
Clingan Ridge Baptist Church is sponsoring a dinner in honor of Cleveland State’s emergency medical services’ (EMS) students at the college’s Baptist Student Center on Thursday. more
Bradley County Schools recently announced its 2018-19 district-level Teachers of the Year.  This year’s three district-level honorees are: Adelia Hall (grades pre-K-4), Denise George … more
Parksville RV Campground Temporarily Closed   more
Date set for Old Timers banquet more
The Bradley County Soil Conservation District was recently awarded The 2017 TACD “Soil Conservation District of the Year Award” at the 74th Annual TACD Convention in Jackson.  Representatives of the District Board, along with office staff and NRCS employees of the Cleveland office were presented plaques in recognition of their dedication to Conservation by Evan Crews, TVA senior manager and Natural Resources Management, and Kelly Stockton, NACD president. From left are Kelly Stockton, NACD president; Evan Crews, TVA; John M. Moore, BCSCD board chairman; David Hannah, secretary/treasurer; Becky Beaty, office administrator; Chuck McSpadden, board supervisor; Chase Hicks, district conservationist, NRCS, and Meaghan Maddux, soil conservationist, NRCS.   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
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