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Todd Shoemaker, principal of Bradley Central High School, has been named Bradley County Schools' supervisor of secondary education. Director of Schools Dr. Linda Cash confirmed the announcement … more
Capt. Will Sarrell (ret.), a longtime U.S. Army and Tennessee Army National Guard veteran, will deliver the keynote address Monday at the annual Memorial Day observance on the Bradley County … more
Members of the American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 81, are reminding local residents it's time to wear a poppy.Today — Friday, May 24 — is National Poppy Day in America, sponsored by the American … more
(Editor's Note: This is the fourth in a series exploring the total health of Cleveland and Bradley County residents. While the series looks at the big picture of health, it also delves into specific … more
The Polk County delegation posed for a photo with state Sen. Mike Bell in his Nashville office. State History Bowl contest is shown. The Polk County 4-H team placed second in state competition.     more
SUSAN KING shared this tropical sunset photo. more
A Cleveland woman was arrested by the Cleveland Police Department last week on multiple drug charges after an officer discovered drug paraphernalia during a welfare check at a Fisher Street … more
Students from the Cleveland and Bradley County school districts are getting ready to ride away on new bikes thanks to their perfect school attendance. Representatives of Cleveland Masonic Lodge … more
State Reps. Dan Howell (R-Georgetown) and Mark Hall (R-Cleveland), both said on Wednesday that while they support the resignation of Tennessee House of Representatives Speaker Glen Casada from his … more
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