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EDITOR'S NOTE: Because of the number of questions asked during the Bradley County/Cleveland 911 Director Search Committee's interviews of three candidates, as well as available publication space, coverage of the interviews are being included in the Cleveland Daily Banner in three articles. Today's edition includes the second article, while the third article will be in Friday's edition. The first article was in Wednesday’s edition. The three candidates interviewed by the Bradley County/Cleveland 911 Director Search Committee were questioned on several topics on Tuesday. Included in this article are their responses regarding budgeting, decision making and management styles. more
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park seeks volunteers for Annual Civil War Trust Park Day more
The Bradley County Master Gardeners group will meet at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 5, at the UT Extension Office in downtown Cleveland. For more information, call 728-7001 more
Kathy Rohsenberger, affiliate broker of Coldwell Banker Kinard Realty, has earned the Coldwell Banker Global Luxury Property Specialist designation, according to Mike Maret, owner of Coldwell Banker … more
The city of Cleveland collected more than $19,000 in building permit fees in February, generated by almost $5 million in planned residential or commercial construction, as well additions, alterations … more
Reba Terry, executive director of ATS The Bridge, was the guest speaker at the recent meeting of the Westside Ruritan Club. She shared their organization's efforts to fight the opioid epidemic in Bradley County by: raising awareness, directing people to treatment, and by helping those who are drug-free sustain their sobriety. Terry shared how prevalent opioid abuse is in Bradley County, and told about the problem of fentanyl overdoses — even locally. While the statistics were overwhelming, Terry advocated that each club member could reduce the abuse of opioids by discarding unwanted and/or expired medications properly. Cooke’s Pharmacy and Bradley County Sheriff Office accepts prescription drugs any day of the week. She suggested another way everyone can help is by taking personal responsibility to ask his or her prescriber about alternatives to opioids. For more information or to invite Terry to speak, visit the website at atsthebridge.org  or email her at reba@atsthebridge.org.  more
Gov. Bill Haslam’s three-pronged approach to strengthening security in Tennessee schools dominated the spotlight in Nashville last week, but two bills adding more teeth to the state’s prohibition … more
Tennessee 4-H youth will have opportunities to learn valuable leadership skills thanks to $52,712 donated by Tennessee Tractor Supply customers through Paper Clover, a biannual fundraising campaign … more
CHATTANOOGA — Scenic City Women’s Network (SCWN) celebrates its 14th Annual Praise Breakfast featuring Keynote speakers, Jackie Green and Lauren Green McAfee – Co-owners of HOBBY LOBBY and Founders of the Museum of the Bible, Washington, DC. Together, they will share the unexpected, incredible journey that began when David Green started a framing business in his garage with a mere $600 that grew into the Hobby Lobby success and how that lead to the Museum of the Bible. The Green family endured many challenges and will share how they overcame. more
The Bradley County Republican Party turned out in full force Saturday night as members gathered for their annual Lincoln Day Dinner at Cleveland High School.More than 200 packed the school cafeteria … more
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