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Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

LT. BOB HANCOCK, who heads the Neighborhood Watch program for the Bradley County Sheriff's Office and will be retiring in 2018, was presented the Sheriff's Career Excellence Award.

From A NIGHT BADGES SHINE   |   12/15/17

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

THE CHIEF'S EXCELLENCE AWARD was presented at Thursday evening's Bradley County Sheriff's Office Christmas dinner to Lt. Allan Walsh, center, who heads the operation at the Brian Smith Workhouse. Presenting the award are Smith, left, and Sheriff Eric Watson.

From A NIGHT BADGES SHINE   |   12/15/17

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

THE MAKING A DIFFERENCE award was presented to Chaplain Rick Ellis, right, by Sheriff Eric Watson at the BCSO Christmas dinner. Lynn Jones, who was unable to attend the dinner, but won a Making a Difference award.

From A NIGHT BADGES SHINE   |   12/15/17

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

SGT. MARIO SANTOS, left, was honored at Thursday's Bradley County Sheriff's Office Christmas dinner as Supervisor of the Year. Making the presentation is Sheriff's Eric Watson.

From A NIGHT BADGES SHINE   |   12/15/17

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

JEDI AND SITH find a common ground in attending the earliest screening of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." Father and son Corey, left, and Gehrig Hodge attend the 6 p.m.screening of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi"at UEC Theatres 14 Cleveland on opening day Thursday.

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

ANAKIN SKYWALKER, Chewbacca and Han Solo were all in attendace of "The Last Jedi," albeit looking much, much more youthful!

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

CALEB TATUM is dressed in a full Jedi Master robe complete with his dual lightsabers in the jar'kai stance.

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

ELKIE WARREN, left, and Ben Roberson, right, look like they are straight from the planet Kashyyyk, as they are dressed as matching Wookiees.

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

THE WILLINGHAM family draws their lightsabers after getting home from Jedi training at DisneyWorld. From left are Brantley Willingham, Katie Willingham, and Addy Willingham.

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

GARY CORNWELL, a Cleveland native, dressed as Obi-Wan Kenobi from the first film, "Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope."

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

SGT. EVIE WEST, left, and Lt. James Bradford, right, joined ATS The Bridge Executive Director Reba Terry in announcing the tip411 app which provides a means to report, anonymously, information to law enforceemt.

From Tip411 slated to help combat crime   |   12/15/17

From pets spca   |   12/17/17

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