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The scores are original and do not reflect on-the-spot changes, which sometimes lead to upward adjustments. If follow-up scores are available at the time of publication, they will be included.Scores … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for help locating a runaway juvenile who has been reported missing by his family. more
Evangelist Johnny "the Baptist" Campbell will be leading revival services Sept. 9 through 14 at Cookson Creek Baptist Church, 1686 Sand Mountain Road, Ocoee. Services on Sunday are at 10 a.m. and 6 … more
The Cleveland Municipal Planning Commission met in a special called session Tuesday at the Municipal Building.The commission passed the following items:• A consideration of a rezoning request for … more

Bradley County’s elected officials who won seats in the Aug. 2 general election were sworn into office on Tuesday morning. The ceremony took place at the Bradley County Courthouse Plaza.

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A Cleveland man arrested for killing his reported drug dealer said during a preliminary hearing in Chattanooga that he acted in self-defense.The claim was made during a hearing Tuesday in the … more

For the first time in 10 years, the Bradley County Commission has a new chairman, District 3 Commissioner Johnny Mull. He was elected Tuesday night in a unanimous vote during the Commission meeting. 

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A variety of country music will lead up to the performance of Craig Wayne Boyd — Season 7 winner of "The Voice" — as Saturday's headliner for the seventh annual International Cowpea Festival and … more
Cleveland’s Got Talent, a benefit concert, will be presented Saturday, 7:30 p.m., at Cleveland State Community College’s George R. Johnson Theater. more
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