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The charge of failure to appear against Larry Dallas Swafford Jr. has been dismissed in Bradley County General Sessions Court. The arrest was included in the Jail Dockets listing of the Cleveland … more
The Cleveland Pops (the official city band of Cleveland) will present its final two free concerts of the season at Greenway Park (across the road from Cleveland High School on Blue Raider Drive) starting at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 21, and Monday, May 28. more

Quiz bowl contests have become more and more popular in schools because they are educational while fun for the participants. Bradley County 4-H offers a quiz bowl program annually called “Clover Bowl” to youth in grades 4-8. This year nearly 50 youth in Bradley County competed in the Clover Bowl Contests at Lake Forest Middle, Oak Grove Elementary, Ocoee Middle, and Prospect Elementary schools. 

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Melissa McCarthy hits a home run with her newest comedy, “Life of the Party,” about a relatable issue, college life. I would describe myself as a fan of Melissa McCarthy; however, I must … more
Thomas Childs, Keandra Maroon, Shane Monday, Kevin Crye, Melissa Blackburn and Denise  Clark, who are celebrating birthdays today.  more
The Davis Family Reunion is today with dinner at 1 p.m. at the Old Davis Homeplace, 221 Wallace Drive N.W., Georgetown. Bring a covered dish and lawn chairs. more
The Bradley County Road Department is working with the Tennessee Department of Transportation as Exit 20 and other areas of the county are readied for new development. Bradley County Road … more
Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church on Blair Road will host its annual singing concert at 3 p.m. today. Several groups will sing. ——— The EastView Baptist Church, No Pone Road, Georgetown, … more
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