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Following its annual board meeting in January, the Lee University Board of Directors awarded tenure to nine faculty members, effective August 2019. The new tenured faculty members are Drs. Drew … more
NASHVILLE — Tennessee Educators of Color Alliance is set to host its second annual  "DiversifiED" conference featuring David Johns,  executive director of the National Black Justice … more
Hang on to your floatation devices, it's going to be a wet week. But forecasters are dialing back on the amounts they originally originally predicted.With periods of prolonged rain still in the … more
Issues concerning the Bradley County Veterans Cemetery at Fort Hill Cemetery are being addressed by a new committee appointed through the Bradley County Commission. more
Becky Fowler is the full-time frame shop manager at the local Hobby Lobby. M.B. "Beth" Hetzel was a tattoo artist for 14 years. But the two sisters share a common dream of fostering artistic … more
Weather conditions — rain, ice, and cold — have hampered construction throughout the region in recent weeks, but work on the new $11 million-plus Westmore Church of God campus is full steam … more
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has released a report on the progress of several ongoing road projects in Bradley and Polk counties.There will be some traffic delays, especially with pipe … more
A search is underway for 68-year-old man who went missing after kayaking on Ocoee No. 3 Lake in Polk County.He was reported missing at 10 a.m. Sunday.His kayak, lifejacket and creel bucket containing … more
Bradley County Public Defender Richard Hughes told members of the Bradley Sunrise Rotary club he had many advantages when he was growing up.He made his remarks during a recent morning gathering of … more
Diverse legislation running the gamut from healthcare to elder financial abuse to a future workforce initiative by Gov. Bill Lee highlighted the weekly “Wrap” report filed by state Reps. Dan … more
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