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J. Lee Stewart, president, CEO and director of Southern Heritage Bank, had already been honored by the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce in 2003, with the Robert Varnell Jr. Leadership … more
A battle between the states has developed over last year’s counseling bill which was sponsored by state Rep. Dan Howell (R-Georgetown). As a result of the passage of Assembly Bill 1887 last … 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
Cathryne Blocker is still working with kids, even though she left organized education years ago. Her love of children has led her to continue to support the young boys and girls who attend the … more
Whether local participation sets an evergreen record for mass volumes of the most aromatic mulch on Planet Earth remains to be seen, but Chipping of the Green organizers hope residents of Planet … more
The 2X2 Quartet will sing at Hampton Drive Baptist Church, Sunday at 11 a.m. Lunch will follow the service. There will be no Sunday school or evening service. ——— Not Ashamed Singers … more
Herbert Conley found himself recently standing before the County Commission talking about his time as overseer of the Bradley County jail ministry. According to his friend, Commissioner Terry … more
The holiday season is past. The time of turkeys, Santa Claus and the sounds of “Happy New Year!” are behind us. Winter is here, and with it, our usual run of unpredictable weather. … more
Cleveland City staff and administrators, as well as City Council members, are facing a long, busy day on Monday. A strategic planning session is scheduled for 8 a.m. in the municipal building, … more
The Senior Citizen Dance featuring the Bradley County Rambers will be held on at 7 tonight at the Senior Activity Center, 230 Urbane Road, Bring food for a covered-dish meal. more
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