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A community cookout will be held Saturday at the Benton IGA. The cookout is a benefit for the Benton Elderly Food Fund. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., there will be hot dogs, hamburgers, chits and … more
The past few weeks, I have mentioned the men and women who are on the front lines in keeping Bradley County safe and secure. Our deputy sheriffs, as I have described them, take the lead in working … more
A CLEVELAND WOMAN was seriously injured when her automobile struck a tractor-trailer on APD 40 Wednesday afternoon. According to Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Cameron Azbill, who investigated … 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
Three Bradley County residents were arrested in Madisonville Thursday following a car chase that began on Interstate 75. According to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, the automobile being … more
Doug Ingram, Jason James, Christy Petty, Darlene Stone, Marshall Dilbeck, Candy Pool and Esmerelda Lee, who are celebrating birthdays today. more
Lee University Encore students from the “Tennessee in Tennis Shoes” course, designed for students age 60 and above, recently completed a semester of trips that took them to various historical … 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
George Steven Waters will spend around two months in jail following his sentencing in late May for the 2012 killing of a relative in Polk County. Waters, 33 at the time, from Copperhill, was … more
The corporate employees of Santek Waste Services LLC celebrated 30 years of success Friday with a catered lunch and commemorative cake. Led by CEO and owner Kenneth Higgins, employees were … more
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