Watson announces reorganization plan
Sheriff Eric Watson said morale at the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office has “turned 180 degrees” as he explained the reorganization of the department that is currently underway. During the campaign,...
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Utility strategy moving ahead
3-year plan eyes transparency, IPMs
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Stinnett, Corum ascend at CU
Duo now CFO, safety director
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Walker Valley runners post impressive times
Ringgold, Ga — Walker Valley’s boys and girls cross country runners recently competed in their third league meet at Heritage-Catoosa High School. Two sophomore runners competed for the girls’ varsi...
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Lady Flames fend off North Alabama in soccer win
Not even a 90-minute delay due to a thunderstorm could disrupt the winning spirit of the Lee women’s soccer team on Sunday night, as they defeated visiting North Alabama 2-0. It was the opening mat...
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Features »

Vining: Domestic violence now epidemic
Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women — more than car accidents, muggings and rapes combined, according to the latest statistics. Studies suggest that up to 10 million children ...
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CRIME LOG »

  • Local woman reports telephone scam
    by RICHARD GOAD Banner Staff Writer
    09.19.14 - 04:30 pm
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    by RICHARD GOAD Banner Staff Writer
    09.17.14 - 04:30 pm
  • STEM Lab brings science to life for Ocoee students
    by CHRISTY ARMSTRONG  Banner Staff Writer
    Sep 22, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend
    Students have been doing everything from designing roller coasters to programming small robots in class at Ocoee Middle School. Such activities are the norm in classes held in the schools’ STEM Lab...
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