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Remote Area Medical is coming back to Cleveland at the start of this new year, but not for a weekend clinic as in the past. The major (weekend) RAM clinic will be next year.Ron Brewer, disaster … more
Cleveland native Steve Stewart has long been one of the strongest advocates in the community when it comes to veterans and veterans' organization.An enlistee in the U.S. Navy during the … more
One of Bradley County’s representatives in the Tennessee State Legislature could be headed for a significant promotion in Nashville.State Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville) confirmed Sunday to the … more
Electric Division crews from Cleveland Utilities have been working closely with Bradley County government personnel and Conley Electric in upgrades of electric service and equipment at the … more
Life Care Centers of America’s Eastern Division, based out of Life Care’s office on Keith Street, recently presented its Seventh Annual Business Development Awards of Excellence. On Dec. 5, … more
Walmart and Sam’s Club associates are helping “put the money where the miracles are” again this year with a combined fundraising effort raising $207,712 for Children's Hospital at Erlanger in … more
Kayla Mcminn has been volunteering at The Ark on Wednesdays and Fridays, from noon to 5 p.m., for the past several months. She especially enjoys the interactions with the pets, both dogs and cats. Kayla is shown with Zip, a Feist mix available for adoption. Kayla says, "Thanks for letting me volunteer, I really enjoy it. I'll be with you guys for the next several months, and maybe I can stay longer than that." For information about volunteering, email more
Danny barbosa donates dog and cat food more
The Sons of  Confederate Veterans Camp No. 87, Knoxville, has scheduled the Annual Lee Jackson Dinner on Saturday, Jan. 20 at 5 p.m. at the Foundry.  more
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