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THURSDAY, MAY 17Courtney Pippenger, Michelle Cox, Mike Cofer, Bert Osment and Dana McClanahan , who are celebrating birthdays today. more

Officials showed their appreciation for Bradley Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center during Monday’s Bradley County Commission meeting. 

Motorists are able to move along highway 64 through the Ocoee River Gorge today, despite the wreck of a tanker truck that plunged into the river on Tuesday.Traffic had been halted along he crash site … more
A state nominating commission's interviews have been completed among a group of finalists for the job of Tennessee Bureau of Investigation director, and one of those hopefuls still in the running is … more
Cleveland High School will be celebrating the achievements of 331 students during its 51st graduation ceremony. The ceremony for the Class of 2018 kicks off at 7 p.m. Friday in CHS’s Raider … more
Bradley County Virtual School will be holding its annual graduation ceremony  Friday evening. The ceremony starts at 6 p.m. in the auditorium of Walker Valley High School. Dr. Sherry … more
Valedictorian Millie Foster and salutatorian Breeana O'Neal will lead their fellow seniors through graduation ceremonies Friday evening, at Copper Basin High School.This year's procession will begin … more
An early morning accident that resulted in an injury occurred near mile marker 25 on Interstate Highway 75 early today. According to Sgt. Alan Bailey of the Tennessee Highway Patrol, two vehicles … more
Septic tank and sewer concerns were among the issues discussed during Monday’s Bradley County Commission work session. more
The Finance Committee of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library will meet on Tuesday, May 22, at 3 p.m. in the Library Community Room. The Board of Directors meeting will follow at 4 … more
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