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After a tense countdown, Walker Valley High School finally revealed its new mascot logo during a pep rally on Friday with its student body, past and present. The new logo commemorates 20 years since the groundbreaking at Walker Valley in May 1999.
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After multiple repair and improvement projects, the Bradley County Juvenile Detention Center is in “a really good place,” according to Juvenile Director Vickie Towne. Speaking last week to the Bradley County Commission’s Juvenile Committee, Towne said she is “really pleased” with the completed projects.

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"The danger of silence  allows evil to flourish. Bigotry and hatred are not as dangerous as silence."

— Dr. Martin Luther King

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(Editor's Note: This is the second in a two-part series covering the State of the City address delivered Thursday by Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks, during a luncheon at the Cleveland Kiwanis … more
A Cleveland woman died in a single-vehicle accident on Peerless Road Thursday morning after she lost control of her vehicle, left the roadway and struck a tree.The accident took place at 8:25 … more
For the first time in 10 years, substitute teacher pay will increase at Cleveland City Schools. According to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, substitute teachers make up more than … more
Officials at the Bradley County Road Department are hoping to be allowed extra time to prepare the 2020-21 budget request. more
A sitcom episode is around 20 minutes long. Most chores or personal tasks take 20 minutes or less. In addition, adults and children alike spend multiple hours each day, heads down, staring at phones … more
Cowboy Gospel Jubilee to host Blackberry Winter Band more
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