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Cleveland's Clarence "Cid" Heidel had a lot to be thankul for during the recent Thanksgiving season, especially a new lease on life.Heidel, co-chairman of the Southeast Tennessee Veterans Home … more
One gentle-hearted old-timer and two youthful Bradley County newcomers earned prestigious awards Wednesday night during the MainStreet Cleveland Christmas Party hosted for the 29th year by Bank of … more
Although a few items need to be finished from the construction “punch list,” Lake Forest Middle School is in full use, welcoming students when the school year began in August. The Bradley County Commission and other county officials toured Lake Forest on Thursday morning, visiting arts and academic classrooms, as well as common spaces and getting an overview of the project. more

HURST Jeepster Commando built by pediatric cancer patients raises over $150,000 at auction to benefit Austin Hatcher Foundation

CHATTANOOGA – One of the most unique and inspiring Industrial Arts Therapy programs undertaken by the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer has reached a highly successful conclusion. A 2017 HURST Jeepster Commando, modified by pediatric cancer patients, recently raised more than $150,000 at the Dallas Fall Leake Auto Auction in Dallas Market Hall.

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Setup work for Bradley County’s backup 911 center is complete, now that the logger/recorder was hooked up during the week of Nov. 5.

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Are you and your family prepared for a nuclear emergency?We ensure the doors of our homes are locked tight before retiring for the evening. We purchase SUVs when we have children because we consider … more

With the reopening of the Bradley County Courthouse following a fire and 14 months of restoration work, the Bradley County Commission honored one of its own by naming a room after him.

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The budget calendar for the 2019-2020 fiscal year is expected to follow the same schedule used to prepare the current year’s budget. On Monday, the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee discussed whether to change the schedule used to prepare the budget.

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Students in the current freshman Tennessee Valley Early College class at Cleveland High School recently completed a service project to help the local homeless community. The project, dubbed … more
Those thinking about volunteering to help nonprofit organizations should first consider the amount of time they can donate before making a commitment.According to United Way of the Ocoee Region chief … more
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