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The recent Cid Heidel Memorial Golf Tournament raised over $20,000 for the Southeast Tennessee Veterans Home Council, monies that will be used to help at the facility once its construction is … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Thursday was 328,088, including 2,003 current hospitalizations, 283,785 inactive/recovered cases and 4,128 deaths, according to the Tennessee … more
Bradley County Schools donated more than $20,000 to Meigs County Schools to assist families affected by the tragic bus crash that killed a bus driver and young student last month. In the evening … more
Tennessee recorded another record day in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations Wednesday, according to data from the state Department of Health. Wednesday’s report added 4,472 new cases of … more
Blood Assurance is asking all eligible blood donors in the community to give to ensure the nonprofit organization is prepared to meet the needs of area hospitals this holiday season. According to Dr. … more
An investigation is ongoing into Friday’s industrial accident at the Wacker Polysilicon plant in Charleston. more
Bradley County Mayor’s weekly COVID-19 update turned into a plea for local residents “to do the right thing” to help slow the spread of the coronavirus that has killed two more local residents since Sunday, bringing that total to 29. more
Bradley County Sheriff Steve Lawson is defending conditions at the Bradley County Jail, speaking out against “complaints” and “allegations” made by a local organization, and outlined in an article in Sunday’s edition of the Cleveland Daily Banner. more
Cleveland and Bradley County school districts have no plans to switch to virtual learning after the Thanksgiving holiday, administrators said. As the country approaches the holiday season, … more
Dual enrollment and virtual life team up at Cleveland State more
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