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The Hooper Family Reunion will be held at noon on July 14, at the Hiwassee, Ga., Senior Citizen Center. All relatives of Absalom Hooper are welcomed for a … more
As a potential trade war sparked by President Donald Trump’s tariffs threatens to undermine economic growth, U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, R-Tennessee., on Tuesday sought to reassure local Rotarians … more
Several schools are set to benefit from an $8.2 million series of renovation projects Cleveland City Schools officials hope will save additional millions of dollars in the long run. The Bradley … more
The Benefit Backyard Sale for the proposed Bradley County Child Shelter Home held Friday was a “huge success” officials said today. The sale netted $3,500. Broad Street Methodist Church Women’s Society of Christian Service sponsored the all-day rummage sale at the home of Mayor and Mrs. Harry L. Dethero on Church Street. Mrs. Jim Reynolds, WSCS treasurer, said today that profits totaled $3,500 from the all-day sale and auction held in the afternoon. “When we first organized the idea of the benefit sale, we had our goals set for around $1,500 to $2,000, but we netted $3,500 and we’re really excited about it,” she said. Mrs. Dethero, beaming over the sale’s success, asserted the tremendous response could not have been possible without the generosity of area industry and business as well as individuals. She pointed out that several industries had contributed a great deal of quality merchandise which boosted the sale success. Merchants here showed their kindness toward the program with “many wonderful and useful donations.” Hundreds of persons were at the Dethero home “bright and early” Friday morning and articles for the sale were “nearly cleared out” by noontime. An auction was held later that day. The shelter home fund was boosted early Friday morning when a Clevelander, who still remains anonymous, donated a sizable amount of money, believed to be near $10,000. A tract of land was also donated for the proposed home. Bradley County Sheriff Wendell Davis, who presented the original shelter home idea, said Friday he would make an announcement later concerning the amount of money donated and the location of the land. more
The decisive moment regarding the fate of Tennova-Cleveland’s and Erlanger Health System’s proposed freestanding emergency facilities is approaching. The State of Tennessee Health Services … more
The Cindy Lynn Memorial Bluegrass Festival will take place Saturday, July 14, at The Barn at Hickory Hills. more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list include individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. more
Most Distinguished Faculty Member Jana Pankey, center, poses with twin sons Matt, left, and Clay Clay, right, who graduated with honors Saturday. more
Claude Kramer, Yoshonia Masingill, Meleah Geren, Gilbert Geren, Wendell Ingram, Scott Williams, Tyra Murphy, Savannah Cook, Jamison Dottore, Jahdeza … more
The identity of a man who was struck and killed by a vehicle on Paul Huff Parkway early Wednesday morning has been released.According to Cleveland Police Department Public Information Officer Sgt. … more
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