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With age comes experience; this phrase has never held more truth than when referring to Jessie Coppock, an Old Fort resident who recently turned 97 years old. A member of Boanerges Baptist … more
DeeAun Leamon excited over the "precious gift" daughter Candi Smith made for her marking DeeAun's status as a cancer survivor ... Tim Stinnett and Jake Smiley both happily launching new careers ... … more
Revival continues through Wednesday, 7 nightly,  at Ridgeview Baptist Church, 1501 South Ocoee St., with evangelist Bill Ellis.  ———Dr. Dan Black will be the speaker Wednesday, 7 … more
MONDAY, MARCH 26Knox Anderson, Mark Truelove, Amanda Guy, Joni Havener, Elizabeth Peterson, Greg Rush and Paul McClary, who are celebrating birthdays today. more
Taste the Nations of Cleveland, a campaign to celebrate the international flavor present in the local business community, is now fully underway. Clevelanders are being encouraged to grab their … more
Gov. Bill Haslam’s decision to add $3 million to the state’s slice of the proposed veterans home pie in Bradley County, as well as a string of budget amendments to strengthen education and … more
Habitat for Humanity and the American Red Cross took the stage as the guest speakers at a recent Bradley County Interagency Council meeting. The Red Cross discussed fire safety and went over … more
After past school shootings around the nation and recent school threats directed at local schools, Bradley County Sheriff Eric Watson has held several discussions with Dr. Linda Cash, director of Bradley County Schools, and school officials about the importance of ensuring security at schools is an on-going conversation. more
Revival begins today through Wednesday  at Ridgeview Baptist Church, 1501 South Ocoee St., with evangelist Bill Ellis.  Services are at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. today and 7 nightly through … more
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