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Homecoming will be held Sunday, beginning at 11 a.m., at EastView Baptist Church on No Pone Road in Georgetown. Mercy’s Call will sing. Lunch will follow the service.


“Rolling River Rampage” vacation Bible school will be held June 11 through15, 7 to 8:30 nightly, at EastView Baptist Church on No Pone Road in Georgetown.

A reported flash fire that occurred early Monday morning at a building under construction in Cleveland resulted in injuries to three workers.The incident occurred at approximately 8:14 a.m. at Legacy … more

Bradley County Commissioner Dan Rawls took the Cleveland Daily Banner and its county government reporter to task over an article and photos about campaign sign laws.

Chickens and absenteeism were topics of discussion Monday evening at the monthly Polk County Board of Education meeting.The brief gathering was held in the library at South Polk Elementary School, … more
Polk County and the city of Ducktown own a hospital, and all its equipment and unencumbered assets. They don't want to, but they do.There were no bidders who stepped forward to match the minimum bids … more

The Bradley County Commission heard updates on two lawsuits involving the county during its work session on Monday.


Volunteer Energy Cooperative is seeking support from the Bradley County Commission in asking the Tennessee Valley Authority to reconsider proposed rate increases.

The Cherokee Hiking Club will meet June 14, 6 p.m., at Sugarloaf picnic area, downstream from TVA Dam No. 1 on U.S. 64. Nonmembers are welcome. Bring a covered dish and lawn … more
Steve Watson, Tiffany Bunch, Jim Critchfield, Russell  Kesley Jr., Matt Ruth, Naomi Dill, Matthew Rogers, Annette Bennett, Tanner Dodd, Tina Poole, Brittany Cannon and Logan Anderson, who are … more
Cleveland’s mayoral candidates will debate live in WCLE’s studios later this month.The debate between State Rep. Kevin Brooks and former educator Duane Shriver will air at 8 a.m. Friday, June 29, … more
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