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Tennessee gubernatorial candidate Randy Boyd made multiple stops in Cleveland Wednesday afternoon, gathering facts, answering questions and forming ideas.Boyd faced a gathering of city and county law … more
The cost of gas is going up by a penny a gallon for Bradley County’s government departments that use fuel pumps located at the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. more
Red Clay State Park unveiled a brand-new sign on Wednesday that designates it as part of the National Historic Trail of Tears. Park Manager Erin Medley states that Red Clay has never had … more
The flu bug is continuing its dreaded spread and now is biting excessively hard on young people in the Polk County region, resulting in the closing of schools for Friday and Monday.Assistant Director … more
The Bradley County Health Department and Tennessee Department of Health will be giving free flu shots for adults and children this Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Bradley Central High School cafeteria from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. more
It’s been three months since a rockslide damaged the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Ocoee Flume, causing the shutdown of the Ocoee #2 power house and a halt to power generation at the facility. However, officials expect this week to begin removal of the original fallen rock debris along with additional rocks that were brought down as a precaution. more
Heartstrings will be singing at Council Baptist Church in its 11 a.m. service on Sunday, Feb. 11. Council Baptist is located at 1415 Upper River Road, Charleston. more
Matt Whitlatch, Trevor Jones, Jennifer Gregory, Caroline Holt, Mallory Gumm and Barbara Chadwick, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Logan Brock Kaylor, who turns 19 … more
Brazilian-born Dr. Luis Almeida is bringing his own brand of leadership, flair and approachability to the role of professor at Lee University. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Almeida grew up playing … more
A hydraulic fluid leak into the Hiwassee River in Charleston does not pose a risk, according to authorities. more
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