Bradley County early voting off to good start
1,571 residents cast ballots in first three days
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Legislative candidates look at education
Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of articles on education-related issues as seen from the perspectives of three candidates seeking Tennessee House of Representative seats in the 22nd a...
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Commission OKs inmate medical funds
Expenses were incurred by April accident
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Teheran shines, Braves fall in 10
ATLANTA (AP) — Bolstered by extra rest following the All-Star break, Julio Teheran was strong in what he said was his best start of the season. Even Teheran’s dominance wasn’t enough to bail out th...
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La Stella, Wood lead Braves’ in 8-2 win over Philadelphia
ATLANTA (AP) — Tommy La Stella is making an impression on Atlanta Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez. Since coming to the big leagues in late May, La Stella is 6 for 7 with the bases loaded, driving in ...
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Cry Out America encourages prayer partnerships
The Cry Out America Bradley County Task Force is calling on pastors to promote the annual prayer event in local churches. Cry Out America calls for a spiritual awakening in this country. This year ...
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    by GREG KAYLOR Banner Staff Writer
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    Dr. Jerome Hammond, vice president of University Relations, led a tour of MainStreet Cleveland members through the new 41,000-square-foot Communications Arts building under construction in downtown...
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