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Debate, rebuttal, comment and counter-comment regarding the property tax increase approved last month by the Bradley County Commission may have come to a conclusion. more
There are no business items for tonight’s Bradley County Commission voting session meeting. However, the consent agenda includes six requests from the Bradley County Road Department to dispose of assets. more
REAGAN MCKINLEY provided this photo of her sister Kennedy McKinley in a sunflower patch. more
An $11 million lawsuit filed in the death of Billy Joe Rogers, an inmate who died while in custody at the Bradley County Justice Center, has been dismissed. more
Success!That was the outcome of a Cleveland girl's cancer surgery that was performed Thursday at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis.Olivia Weatherford, 5, who was diagnosed with stage … more
Lee University’s Kingdom Players drama ministry performing at PureFest 2019 LOCKPORT, Ill. — As PureFest 2019 quickly approaches, the slots are filling up for the second Christian improv and sketch festival. The Kingdom Players, a drama ministry team from Lee University in Cleveland, and the teams of Decapolis, a theatre ministry team, and The Unprofessionals, an improv team, both from Concordia University of Chicago, add depth and the first collegiate squads in the festival’s sophomore year. more
Ronnie McDowell to Headline Cowpea Festival Hitmaking country artist Ronnie McDowell will headline the eighth annual International Cowpea Festival and Cook-off presented by Bush Brothers & Company Saturday, Sept. 14, in the Charleston Park. The Vietnam veteran and Portland native rose to fame following the death of his close friend Elvis Presley when he penned the tribute song, “The King is Gone.” To date, “The King is Gone” has sold more than five million copies and McDowell has charted more than 30 Top Ten hits in his storied career. Some of those hits include “Older Women,” “Watchin’ Girls Go By,” “You’re Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation,” and “All Tied Up.” He was first signed as a recording artist with Scorpion Records and was then courted to sign with CBS Records on the Epic label where he had a string of hits from 1979 – 1986. After moving to his current label, Curb Records, he scored additional Top Ten hits teaming up with Conway Twitty for a duet of “It’s Only Make Believe,” and a rocking duet with Jerry Lee Lewis titled, “You’re Never too Old to Rock n’ Roll.” more
The American Legion Riders Post 81 Cleveland, recently presented a check for $265 to Pirate Springs. Pirate Springs is a drug, alcohol, and abuse recovery facility for women. From left are Tom … more
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