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United Way’s CAN helping provide nonprofit support
­ The United Way and the Community Action Network are making it easier than ever for Bradley County residents to find needed services or opportunities to serve. The group recently presented at the ...
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CapitalMark third quarter earnings up 20 percent
Chattanooga — CapitalMark Bank & Trust reported earnings for the third quarter ended Sept. 30. Net income for the quarter was $1.52 million compared to $1.27 million for the same quarter 2013. Net ...
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Nonprofit proposals sought for hospital fund management
Bradley County is requesting nonprofit local foundations to submit proposals for the management of the Hospital Fund (which is approximately $16 million derived from the sale of Bradley Memorial Ho...
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Revolutionary War soldier Atchley gets marker
The Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter of the Tennessee Society of the Sons of the American Revolution recently marked the grave of Revolutionary War patriot Pvt. Joseph Atchley. Members of the Col. B...
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Local UDC members attend Jackson conference
Four members of the Jefferson Davis Chapter 900, United Daughters of the Confederacy, just returned from the 2014 Tennessee Division Conference in Jackson. They attended two days of meetings, lunch...
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The John Sevier Sons of the American Revolution Chapter

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Military News
Brandon R. Bean Air Force Airman 1st Class Brandon R. Bean graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-we...
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Veteran of the Year nominations sought
Applications are being accepted for the “2014 Raymond H. Miller Veteran of the Year Award.” The deadline to return a nomination is 5 p.m. Nov. 5 to the Bradley County Veterans Affairs office in the...
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Bonser, Clinton face drug, firearm charges
Following a routine traffic stop on Interstate 75 Thursday, two Maryville residents are facing multiple drug and firearm charges, according to Sheriff Eric Watson. Melissa Bonser, 31, and Dareius C...
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Southern Heritage: Food drive to help United Way partners
For 15 consecutive years, Southern Heritage Bank has hosted its “Cleveland Helping Cleveland” food drive to help United Way of Bradley County partner agencies stock their pantries for the coming ye...
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Why limbs fall in your yard
Special to the Banner Travel around a neighborhood after a storm and you will see tree limbs, large and small, scattered about the ground. Why do some limbs fall in high winds or after ice storms w...
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‘From Generation to Generation’ is theme of Seminary’s Heritage Week
The Pentecostal Theological Seminary will celebrate its annual Heritage Week beginning Tuesday. The theme is “From Generation to Generation: Honoring Mothers and Fathers,” and the week’s activities...
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Glasscock is region supervisor finalist
A local school system supervisor has been named a finalist for the Tennessee Department of Education’s annual Supervisor of the Year award. Dan Glasscock, Bradley County Schools’ supervisor of seco...
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Ringstaff offers review of city schools grow: ESL department proposal offered
Cleveland City Schools Director Dr. Martin Ringstaff recently presented a summary of the 2013-14 school year to the Cleveland Board of Education, as part of his annual update. He reported 5,193 stu...
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