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The next session of security and safety training sessions offered by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is this Friday, Feb. 9. This free session is offered from 6 to 8 p.m. at Waterville Baptist Church, located at 4555 Dalton Pike in Cleveland. 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
Bradley County Trustee’s Office staff enrolled participant No. 1,500 half-an-hour before the registration deadline and then coasted the final 30 minutes to set a new record for partial payment … more
The Bradley County Election Commission took steps Tuesday to clarify how it will address informal complaints regarding potential election irregularities.The question arose after a Jan. 8 meeting … more
Charlotte Casteel, Amy Tilley, Barbara Schooley, Matt Hamilton, Patty Ingram, Theresa Painter, Barry Goodwin, Brandon Lee, Dustin Emerson, Donna Hooper … more
Joel and Cheryl Rogers are home. more
A joint investigation with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office and Cleveland Police Department has resulted in a Grand Jury indictment of a Cleveland man for rape of a child. more

Law enforcement, fire, rescue and emergency medical services personnel in Bradley County will soon have an extra layer of protection when they are working in sometimes dangerous circumstances.

C.T. Gunter a student at Waterville Community School, is a Bear Scout in troop 3477. He was selected to be the delegate for The Cherokee Area Council at the Boy Scouts of America annual report to the state. There are six councils in Tennessee, so each year just six scouts have this honor. more
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