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The Polk County Commission is wrestling with a number issues, including the possibility of launching the county's own sanitation system.They are also took on the lack of a rental agreement for the … more
With just a touch of the control levers, a heavy equipment operator began demolishing Whirlpool Corporation's former 100-plus-year-old Plant 2 facility, clearing the site for future development as … more
Lee University and the school's baseball program celebrated what observers felt was the biggest and best ever Military Appreciation Day observance Saturday.More than 60 veterans attended the program … more
JENNIFER HARDISON shared the photo above of a female cardinal eating bittersweet berries. more
Bradley County is ready to make the first of its annual payments on the Energy Saving Group (ESG) contract for work at the Courthouse and Courthouse Annex. more
Members of the Bradley County Commission heard updates from several committees during Monday night’s voting session. Besides those updates, there was no new or unfinished business on the agenda. more
Recommendations related to the Bradley County Veterans Cemetery and a presentation on a proposed facility to house children waiting to be placed in foster homes are on the agenda when the Bradley County Commission meets in work session at noon today. more
Lee University athletic training student Marissa Villafuerte recently presented at Southeast American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting in Greenville, South Carolina.  SEACSM is a … more
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