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Scott Rymer running into an old friend while out running some errands ... Connie Isbill excited about a football poster ... Robert Cannon getting his niece Nova to fall asleep in her tree swing. more
Successful passing attacks have been on center stage the past several seasons in Bradley County.After all, just within the past two seasons a pair of signal callers who combined for 223 career … more
For the first time in eight years, a name other than Maggie Scott's will be etched into the Ladies City Championship trophy.For the third year in a row Rheagan Hall outscored the local links legend, … more
CHATTANOOGA — University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Mark Wharton announced the resignation of wrestling head coach Heath Eslinger Thursday.  … more
Saturday, July 21FOOTBALL7-on-7Bradley Central, Cleveland at UTC, TBA more
Organizers and participants in this year’s Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee competition are hoping the Cleveland community will join them for the main events this weekend. The … more
“What you learn in this program will help you … as you go on in life,” Latricia Thomas told participants in the Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee program. She focused on sharing advice and direction for public speaking, which will benefit the participants during their interviews today.  more
The Summer 2018 issue of Bradley Essential magazine will be included in Friday’s edition of the Cleveland Daily Banner. The lifestyles publication focuses on the people, places, events and activities that make Bradley County and the surrounding area a great place to live, work and play. Free copies are available at several locations throughout Bradley and Polk counties. more
The decision by Lee University to host an event featuring Vice President Mike Pence has drawn sharp rebukes on social media from alumni and others who have taken to social media to disagree with the … more
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