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BENTON — As the Polk County girls soccer team travels to Murfreesboro to make its program debut at the TSSAA State Championships, a talented group will take a strong mentality along for the ride.A … more
The Tennessee Christian Preparatory School soccer team completed their 2018 season last week, winning the third place contest at the TAPSA Conference Tournament on a sloppy night, weather wise, at … more
Tennessee Football Prep Polls The Associated Press’ Top 10 teams in each of Tennessee’s six Division I non-financial aid classifications and in the combined Division II financial aid … more
BASEBALLLEE PROSPECT CAMPThe Lee University Baseball Prospect Camp will take place Oct. 27- 28. The camp will feature pro style workouts with instruction sessions one and two on Oct. 27 and session … more
Tuesday, Oct. 23BOWLINGGPS/McCallie at Walker Valley (Leisure Time), 3:30CROSS COUNTRYRegion Meet (Camp Jordan), 4:30GOLFLee (W) at Flagler Slam (St. Augustine, Fla.)Cleveland State in Chick-Fil-A … more
Cleveland Councilman At-Large Avery Johnson was unanimously re-appointed vice mayor Monday by the Cleveland City Council, for another two-year term.It was also his birthday.He was nominated by … more
Both the Cleveland City Council and Bradley County Commission discussed an overdue utility bill related to the Bradley-Cleveland Senior Center, with both boards approaching the issue from their … more
Bradley County Schools personnel are continuing to make plans for Partnerships in Industry & Education Center, or PIE Center, inside the old American Uniform facility on Parker Street. Kyle … more
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Karl Dean was in Cleveland on Monday to visit the future site of Bradley County Schools' Partnerships in Industry & Education Center, or PIE Center. The … more
A homeowner confronted a burglary suspect who fled before being arrested by Bradley County Sheriff’s Office deputies on Monday morning. more
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