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QUIOTE"I've been talking about this for the last two years how teams are getting better in our division."— Çubs manager Joe MaddonPITTSBURGH (AP) — Joe Maddon didn't let the free time created by … more
Luther “Luke” Dean Powers, 57, of Cleveland, died Sunday, July 14, 2019. more
Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis and Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks have declared next week — July 29 to Aug. 3 — to be “Human Trafficking Awareness Week.” The mayors signed a … more
DALLAS, TEXAS – Determined dreamers and driven visionaries. Hopeful hearts and motivated minds. For the many who walk through the hallowed halls of Lee University, a comprehensive, … more
U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn visited Cleveland Wednesday to tour a local surgery center to learn more about how such facilities can not only provide excellent care, but also save Tennesseans million of … more
Thursday, Sept. 12GOLFBradley Central, Cleveland at McMinn County (Springbrook), 4Walker Valley, Soddy-Daisy at East Hamilton (Windstone), 4SOCCERCleveland Classicat Greater Cleveland Soccer … more
Ruby Mae Lynn, 91, of the Prospect Community, passed away on Wednesday, June 19, 2019, at Tennova after a brief illness.She was born to the late Lee and Hattie Murray Swaggerty.  Ruby enjoyed … more
LYON, France (AP) — Carli Lloyd says the success the United States is having at the Women's World Cup in France isn't an extension of the 2015 title run.The so-called 2019ers are their own team."We … more
Plans for the long-awaited groundbreaking of the state-of-the-art Bradley County Tennessee State Veterans Home are slowly coming into place, Commissioner of Veterans Services Courtney Rogers told the … more
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