Five county commissioners bid farewell
Five of the seven Bradley County commissioners who will not be returning took a final bow at the board dais, received their recognition of service and said their farewells during the Commission’s w...
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Moss named Educator Fellow
Arnold teacher is one of state’s 22
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Incentive pay plan still gets board’s OK
The Bradley County Fire Board reaffirmed its support for an incentive pay plan for its personnel during its meeting Tuesday night. The plan, proposed by Chief Troy Maney last month, would add an ex...
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Lady Mustangs hit Bearette trifecta
Coming off strong weekend tournament performances, Walker Valley and Bradley Central gathered at “The Stable” Tuesday evening for the first of their two District 5-AAA regular season battles, with ...
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Lady Raiders drain charge out of Central
Cleveland’s Lady Raiders (3-0) were able to post an impressive performance against McMinn Central (0-3) Tuesday night, as they topped the Englewood team 5-1. “It was a good little win,” Cleveland h...
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City hosts first Parent Advisory Council
Director of Schools Martin Ringstaff and the Cleveland Board of Education welcomed the members of the newly formed Parent Advisory Council to the first meeting Tuesday afternoon. “We have been tryi...
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  • Views of a changing sky
    by DELANEY WALKER Banner Staff Writer
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    A small crowd gathered in the parking lot of Lee University’s Communication Arts Building Tuesday morning to witness the removal of the steeple on the old First Baptist Church. Eyes turned skyward ...
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