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The Bradley County Road Department will be working on Michigan Avenue Road and Dry Valley Road, from the Cleveland city limits to Chatata Valley Road for the next few months, according to Sandra … more
Polk County Schools Nutrition Director Jill Nix has announced this year’s summer feeding program. Polk County Schools will be offering a summer feeding each day from May 30 through June 2, … more
THE LIFE FORCE medical helicopter was called to transport a patient from a two-vehicle accident in the 6600 block of Candies Creek Ridge Road Saturday afternoon. According to witnesses, the black … more
(AP) — These lotteries were drawn: Tennessee Saturday Cash 3 Evening: 4-7-9, Lucky Sum: 20 Cash 3 Midday: 6-4-6, Lucky Sum: 16 Cash 3 Morning: 0-7-7, Lucky Sum: 14 Cash 4 … more
Some new business and an amendment to the city’s proposed budget are listed on the agenda for Monday’s 3 p.m. City Council meeting at the municipal building. This regular meeting will be … more
Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett told the 2016-17 class of Leadership Cleveland that Tennessee is “on the rise.” Hargett spoke at the class’ graduation exercise held Thursday at … more
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Commissioner Bob Martineau has announced that the city of Cleveland is the latest participant in the Tennessee Qualifying Local Program. The … more
On May 15 the Bradley County Democratic Party hosted guest speaker Mariah Phillips, who is the only registered Democratic candidate contesting the Congressional District 4 seat. The meeting saw more … more
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD and Westside Ruritan representatives provided food last week for the children who attend the YCAP group at First Presbyterian Church. YCAP is an early intervention program for … more
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