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High School Baseball District 5-AAA Team District Overall Bradley Central 9-1 17-8 East Hamilton 9-3 20-7 Soddy-Daisy 6-4 15-9 Cleveland 4-6 11-9 Ooltewah 4-6 12-10 McMinn … more
Twenty-one months after a devastating fire, the Athens Area Chamber of Commerce has returned to their home on 13 North Jackson Street in Downtown Athens. The Chamber of Commerce had been operating out of the McMinn County Courthouse since the fire on July 1, 2017. Now t the Chamber has been restored and is operating once again out of its former location, President and Chief Executive Officer Rob Preston commented on how it feels to be home. “It’s a great feeling to be back. We are the welcome center of Athens and we need a presence. Our new office is fresh and clean and very inviting.” more
Linda Lou Capek, 70, “Wonder Woman”, died peacefully on Saturday, April 27, 2019, in her Cleveland home, surrounded by family and friends. more
The 2019 commencement exercise for Copper Basin High School is scheduled for Thursday at 7 p.m. in the school's gymnasium.Sawyer O’Neal is the valedictorian for the senior class, while the … more
High School Girls Basketball District 5-AAA Team District Overall Bradley Central 12-0 28-3 East Hamilton 8-4 21-12 Cleveland 9-3 16-15 McMinn County 7-5 21-12 Ooltewah 3-9 … more
Lisa Knight, Lara Moore, Candi Smith, Chris White and Matt Carlson, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Josh Rogers, Sherry Raines, Sandra Knight, Mike Murphy, Patti  Lilly, Jim A. Mayfield, … more
A new 25th  Street fuel distribution center by Racetrac Petroleum, upgrades at the Keith Street Walmart, and the city of Cleveland's construction of a new fire training tower are the top items … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing local teenager. Abraham Rios III, 17, was last seen at his home at 3556 Pine Ridge Drive S.E., on Thursday, March 7. more
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