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James Douthat, honored by the East Tennessee Historical Society for his research and service, will be doing a genealogical program at 2:30 p.m. today, in the Parlor of the Johnston-Tucker Center, … more

The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. 

While 4-H traditionally provides opportunities in areas such as livestock, sewing, or food preservation there are many opportunities outside of those fields. 4-H Electric Camp is one of those unique experiences in 4-H that participants get to spend a week learning about electricity and other STEM related areas. This year around 300 participants, from all across the state, came together to learn more about Electricity. 4-H Electric Camp takes place at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville campus. Students arrive on their first day and get settled in a college dorm and get to eat dinner in one of the on campus dining halls.  After dinner the first of many sessions that vary from areas such as electrical safety, operation of circuits, and home efficiency. Throughout the week the participants visit the Herbert College of Agriculture and get to participate in educational sessions in which they can make electric projects. Through this hands on learning experience, 4-H members not only learn about Electricity, but they get to take home a practical item to be used in the household. This year participants were able to make several items, but the favorite for the participants was by far the wooden clock.  This year Bradley County participants included Rosanna Bender, Xander Caywood, Bella Guyton, Samuel Houston, and Toby Zachman. Bradley County also sent Tim Held as a Conference Assistant and Ethan Harvill as an Adult Leader to work with the participants.   4-H is open to all youth, ages 9-19, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, and handicap. The Bradley County 4-H Program is part of the University of Tennessee and Tennessee State University’s Extension Service.  If you would like to know more about the 4-H Program in Bradley County, call Lynne Middleton at 423-728-7001 or email   more
Tennessee Achieves, the non-financial mentoring partner of the state's Tennessee Promise scholarship program for high school seniors, is seeking volunteers from Cleveland and Bradley County.Alyce … more
FOUR EMPLOYEES at Don Ledford Chevrolet-Buick-GMC-Cadillac in Cleveland have received the prestigious General Motors Mark of Excellence Award for exceeding customers expectations and General Motors … more
Richmond Flowers has been named director of culinary services of Legacy Village of Cleveland, a premier assisted living and memory care community serving Bradley County scheduled to open this … more
In August, McNair Media opened its nonprofit marketing wing by welcoming Natalie McNair to the role of Marketing and PR director. McNair is a graduate of Lee University. Previously, McNair was … more
Taylor Swallows is diminutive in size, but she recently became a giant while using her excellent training and swimming skills to avoid what could have resulted in multiple drowning deaths — even … more
Lee University’s Integrated Mathematics and Science Scholars program graduated its first cohort of scholars this May.The iMASS program, funded by a five-year grant from the National Science … more
Debbie Williams, Travis Jacobsen, Susan  Carter, Chris Spors, Michele  Shinpaugh, Teresa  Elrod and Betty Snyder, who are celebrating birthdays today. more
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