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Keeping step with Gov. Bill Lee who jumpstarted the Memorial Day Weekend on Friday with a somber tribute to Tennessee’s 1,700 Gold Star Families — and specifically to three service members who … more
Cleveland Utilities achieved the American Public Power Association’s Reliable Public Power Provider Diamond designation for the second time since 2017.It is the APPA's highest classification.The … more
Local government is taking today off in observance of Memorial Day, but the budget calendar approved in February continues to count down. The most recent dates on the budget calendar were the … more
Local conservationist Greg Vital was recently honored as the Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife Conservationist of the Year for his work in helping protect lands and wildlife habitats across … more
With the gradual return of workers to a plethora of unclaimed slots, Bradley County’s jobless rate has returned to the promising tilt of the employment teeter-totter by dropping a full point to … more
Unlike any other cohort of graduates, this group of students entered their senior year when the world was in the throws of a pandemic. They re-entered the classroom further apart from one another, … more
Director of Schools Dr. Russell Dyer announced the district was dissolving its virtual school for the upcoming academic year. The Cleveland Virtual School was created last fall to accommodate … more
A soft breeze fluttered the covering on the new roadside sign, until Robert Wright pulled a corner of the plastic and the marker for the Wright Brothers Industrial Corridor was unveiled. more
In this issue is our annual Graduation Section, a special publication dedicated to this year’s graduating class. We knew from day one this class would be different. Unlike any other cohort of … more
Staff trained all day Wednesday to prepare for opening the 14 area Boys and Girls Clubs units to full capacity on Tuesday. New Community Impact sites will also open for the summer at two Polk County … more
Third-grade students love volcanoes and think COVID-19 “stinks.” At least according to Oak Grove Elementary School’s third-grade students. A time capsule to be buried at the elementary … more
(Editor’s note: This is the first of a  three-part series focusing on traffic improvements by the city of Cleveland. The installments will publish in the coming Wednesday and Friday print and … more
While Memorial Day is held to honor those who lost their lives fighting for our country, it is also a time for veterans to remember the injured and dead they helped remove from battlefields, … more
The city of Cleveland’s fiscal year 2022 budget will be headed for a final vote in July after it was passed under new business during the Cleveland City Council’s meeting last week.However, … more
Bradley County made history for new COVID-19 cases on Friday. It didn’t have any.  For the first time since the pandemic was in its infancy over 14 months ago, Bradley County … more
The man suspected in the murder of Brandon Stamey was arrested in Dalton, Ga., on Saturday. Michael Leon Sims, 28, was arrested in connection with Stamey's murder. Following the shooting and … more
Memorial Day is a time to honor those who served our country and have since passed on, and a group that has always done this in their own special way is the area scouts.On Saturday, scouts from the … more
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