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Although Gov. Bill Haslam’s endorsement of a state veterans home in Bradley County offers no guarantee of immediate federal funding, it does reaffirm to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs that … more
Volunteers are needed to serve as judges for a speech and debate competition which is expected to bring some 250 middle and high school students to Cleveland this week. This Thursday through … more
Thursday's Cleveland Kiwanis Club attendance was low, and those absent missed an inspiring talk by Traci Shellhouse, CEO of Cleveland's New Hope Pregnancy Center.Shellhouse insinuated the low … more
Gov. Bill Haslam’s final State of the State remarks dominated the week’s legislative summary by two local lawmakers who attended the historic Nashville address.But, state Reps. Kevin Brooks and … more
With one word, Cleveland Middle School student Lyric Marler won the chance to represent the city school system in the Chattanooga Regional Spelling Bee, an official qualifying event for the Scripps … more
Between 800 and 1,000 students walked out of their classes at Cleveland High School on Wednesday to draw attention to the issue of gun violence in schools. Students held a 17-minute rally … more
A benefit singing will be held Saturday, 6 p.m., for Pete Rogers at Eastview Chapel in Georgetown. The singers will include Spirit Song, Common Ground and other singers. more
Anyone waiting until the last minute to sign up for the partial payment program for 2018 property taxes in Bradley County is rapidly approaching that moment.Enrollment deadline is Friday, and the … more
Cluttered, overgrown and unkempt property was a major topic of discussion at Tuesday evening's meeting of the Charleston City Commission.Mayor Walter Goode was unable to attend the commission session … more
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