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May 16, 2017, was officially declared “Judy Cobb Day” by Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland, as staff of T.C. Bower and Blythe-Bower Elementary School past and present celebrated the 38 years she … more
When tragic circumstances like natural disasters and widespread poverty devastate an area, charities and volunteers are often set into action to help. However, there is much that goes on behind … more
Cleveland Utilities crews were in South Cleveland late Saturday night to address a lengthy power outage caused by a furious thunderstorm which swept through the area. The rain, lightning and … more
War is continuing to ravage the communities in the Middle East affected by forces like the terrorist group which calls itself the Islamic State, also called ISIS in some circles. That was the … more
Polk County Schools will be offering a summer feeding each day May 30 through June 2, and June 5-9, according to Polk County Schools nutrition director Jill Nix. Breakfast will be served from 8 to … more
The Poteet Family and friends reunion will be Saturday at the Delano Lions Club, from noon to 6 p.m. Bring food, drinks, chairs, musical instruments, outdoor play gear, family pictures, history, … more
(AP) – These lotteries were drawn Sunday: TENNESSEE Cash 3 Evening: 4-4-9, Lucky Sum: 17 Cash 4 Evening: 1-6-8-2, Lucky Sum: 17 GEORGIA All or Nothing Day: … more
I’ve discussed the fact that, in today’s world, it takes a lot to become a first responder. Much training, a lot of it hands-on, along with the proper mindset are some of the things required … 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
Twenty-four members of the Polk County 4-H Clubs were initiated into the Tennessee 4-H Honor Club in an afternoon candlelight ceremony April 8. The ceremony was conducted by senior members of the … more
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