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When twin brothers Clay and Matt Pankey enrolled in Cleveland State’s honor’s program in the fall, they didn’t really know what to expect, but with one semester under their belt and both having … more
Staying alert to the many threats that exist in the world today is the No. 1 priority of law enforcement. Your Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is constantly on the lookout for the many ways … more
The following items were compiled by the History Branch of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library from old issues of the Cleveland Daily Banner and its forerunners, the Cleveland Banner, the … more
Making its Chattanooga debut, the Decoda Cello Quartet will perform as part of String Theory at the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga. The concert will take place on Tuesday at 6:30 … more
Ralph Baldwin Jr., a 42-year veteran of the newspaper industry, has been named publisher of the Cleveland Daily Banner, effective Jan. 9. The announcement was made by Sarah Ireland, executive … more
Cleveland planning officials continue to work with their Chattanooga counterparts on the new park-and-ride proposal for the adjacent communities. Cleveland Planning Organization coordinator Greg … more
School officials and state legislators are weighing the pros and cons of requiring school buses to have seatbelts as this year’s General Assembly gets underway. A November 2016 school bus crash … more
Lee Cornelison, James Droke, Judy Grissom, Dennis Watson, Cristal Anderson, Terry Trentham, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Betty Franks, who is celebrating her 80th birthday today ... Sharon … more
Over 33,000 sandhill cranes stopped at the Hiwassee Refuge this weekend, either on their way south for the winter or just to stay in the Meigs County area. The annual stop for the cranes is at the … more
After embarking on a mission to become a Healthier Tennessee Community a year ago, Bradley County is now only one more step away from receiving “designated” status. The gathering of various … more
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