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A discussion about using a school building to store county government records shifted to talks of digitizing records and requiring less storage space.The Bradley County Building & Land Committee … more
Although additional review is planned, Bradley County officials are looking at options to allow county government employees to participate in a health and wellness initiative and purchase additional … more
It appears Polk County's Fourth Fractional Township in Copper Basin has been chastised by a Tennessee auditing committee.The State Comptroller's Office has reported "questionable disbursements" of … more
Greg Hicks, Donna Robinson, Shirley Lansford, Chuck Jones,  Marc Rush, John C. Gibson Jr., Janice Tinsley, Erik Gardner, Janice Ford and Shirley Randolph, … more
Eddie and Annette Hayes will minister Sunday, 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., at Lighthouse Ministries, 281 Ocoee St.———Prospect Church of God will be holding a revival beginning on Sunday, Jan. … more
The Bradley County Democratic Party will meet Monday at the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library, 795 Church St. N.E. The Executive Meeting is at 6 p.m. and the general business meeting at 7 … more
Bradley Countians who may have had a family member killed or missing in action  while serving in the U.S. armed forces now have a chance to retrieve what may be a long-lost memento of their … more
5,000 TENNESSEANS VOLUNTEER ON FEB. 24 TO PLANT 250,000 TREES IN TENNESSEE’S 95 COUNTIES   more
NASHVILLE – Valerie Oliver has been named assistant commissioner for administrative services for the Tennessee Department of Health. She comes to this position after serving as department … more
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