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James “Ron” Ronald Rogers age 82 a life-long resident of Cleveland passed away Monday, March 23, 2020 at his home surrounded by his loving family. Ron was the son of the late James and Edna Walker Rogers. He was also preceded in death by his son Keith Rogers in 1987 and his sister Jeanne Cawood. more
Richard Charles Strong, 59, peacefully departed this life surrounded by those who loved him on Saturday, March 21, 2020.He was a lifelong resident of Cleveland. He was a skilled auto-body technician … more
On Monday, Governor Lee extended the statewide school closure to April 24, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Consistent with the Governor’s statement, and in the interest of the health and safety … more

Once again when the conversation about the best collegiate basketball players in the country is discussed, former Bradley Central Bearette Rhyne Howard's name is a the top of the discussion.

The roof fell in on the church I started attending.The collapse occurred after I’d been coming only a couple of weeks. While I have not always been a regular churchgoer, I thought this was kind of … more
Carissa Sapp writing an exceptionally moving, and encouraging, essay on why teachers are called to do what they do ... JC Bowman offering up his space for the words of another talented writer. more
After many discussion sessions spanning months, approval was recently given to move forward in the process to demolish four former school buildings. more
Bradley County and Cleveland City Schools will comply with the recommendation Gov. Bill Lee has given for all schools to remain closed through April 24. Lee made the request Tuesday at his daily … more
Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks said a Tuesday morning conference call with Tennessee Department of Health officials regarding the agency's inaccurate  reporting of the number of Bradley County … more
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