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Cleveland High School is announcing a new cheerleading coaching staff for the 2018-19 school year. Dr. Jacquelyn Ingle will be moving into the  varsity football cheer coaching position … more

DELANO — The Hiwassee/Ocoee Rivers State Park in Polk County has a new manager. Recently, TDEC Deputy Commissioner of State Parks Brock Hill made the announcement at the park office in Delano. Hill was joined by State Rep. Dan Howell and State Sen. Mike Bell as Angelo Giansante was named Head Ranger.

The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office held a more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a roadside safety checkpoint on Friday, May 4, on Dalton Pike S.E. in Bradley County at approximately 10 p.m. more
The address and contact information for Family Tree Food were inadvertently omitted from an article in Monday's edition of the Cleveland Daily Banner. The Jamaican restaurant is located at 310 20th … more
Taelor Hodge, Lena Harris, Renee Pflueger, Amber Olinger,  Alisa Buckner, Thomas Crye, Christina Taelor, Shane Maddux and Austin Green, who are celebrating … more
Revival is underway, 7 nightly, at Solid Rock Baptist Church, 4975 Highway 11 South,  withevangelist  Scott Leamon. There will be special singing nightly. ——— Bob Daughtery … more
A review of reserve fund balances was part of the discussion during the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee meeting last week. more
MONDAY, APRIL 23Cora Lee Geren, Taylor Browder, Nancy Atchley, Stephen  Ward, John Gernert, Billy Starnes, Chad Brumfiel, Dennis Hysinger and Paul Ramsey, … more
Cleveland Daily Banner staff writer Brian Graves received a 2017 Golden Press Card Award from the East Tennessee Society of Professional Journalists during a ceremony held at the University of … more
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