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“Annihilation” blasts its way to a “Fresh” rating on the Rotten Tomatoes meter as it combines horror, drama and sci-fi in a combination that works. Starring Natalie Portman and Oscar … more
Trousdale School is proud to announce its third annual juried art show, titled "From My Perspective." The show will be held this Thursday, beginning at 6 p.m. From My Perspective was created in … more
  The Lee Saxophone Choir will present a concert on Monday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. under the direction of Clint Schmitt, a part-time faculty member of the Lee University School of Music. The … more
Christine and Al Jones saw 6-month-old sisters Azrael and Mittens on The Ark's site. Christine emailed for more information, then she and Al drove from Hiawassee, Ga., to meet the … more
A long-sought agreement between TVA and Ocoee whitewater rafting businesses finally came to fruition with a new bill signed by Gov. Bill Haslam in June.That agreement landed in a three-way tie for … more
Many people see a new year as a wonderful opportunity to reflect on what is important and make new resolutions. That is the case for the directors of the Cleveland and Bradley County school systems, … more
After a very busy and eventful year, a few elected officials and some of the Bradley County commissioners left some wishes along the way for 2018, the new year ahead.County Mayor D. Gary Davis: “My … more
With the new year beginning, many make resolutions to lose weight or, at least, get into a healthier lifestyle. For many, this will include running, walking or even bicycling on area roadways. more
Bradley County has settled with the family of a man who hanged himself in the Bradley County Jail, with the majority of the  $475,000 amount purchasing annuities for the man’s two … more
The Bradley County Relay for Life received a $2,000 donation from the oddest source — a Col. Harlan Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken lookalike. more
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