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The University of West Georgia battled back from a three-run first-inning deficit and handed Lee a disappointing 6-5 defeat on Sunday afternoon inside Larry Carpenter Stadium.The victory gave the … more
 Riding the arms of Lulu Vasquez and Gracie Leslie with some timely hitting, the Lee softball team avoided a series sweep in defeating West Georgia 6-1 on Sunday afternoon at Butler … more
NORTH PORT, Fla. (AP) — Max Fried throws a firm fastball and features a sharp curve, keys to a breakout season last year with the Atlanta Braves.Moving ahead, he's focusing on a few other factors … more
KNOXVILLE — Mississippi State showcased one of its greatest strengths while exposing Tennessee’s major weakness.The eighth-ranked Bulldogs forced 23 turnovers in a 72-55 triumph at No. 23 … more
The Bradley County Commission is expected to approve a resolution declaring support for the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution during its voting session Tuesday. more
By nature, I am very optimistic and I spend time encouraging educators on a daily basis. I celebrate when student teachers get their first job, teachers get promoted to administrators or … more
It shouldn’t take a visionary to appreciate the potential that the Downtown Revitalization Master Plan brings, not only to our Cleveland community but to Bradley County as a whole.But it will … more
To The Editor: Recently, there has been talk of a sewer feasibility study in Bradley County. I’m a Bradley County rural homeowner and I’m opposed to sewer expansion. By far, sewer expansion does … more
This month the Cleveland Daily Banner is publishing special Tuesday editions called Benchmark 2020, which is all about charting the “progress” of our community, the annual edition’s former … more
Larry Owens sticking his head in to say hello ... Charlie McKenzie sharing an old photo ... Colleen Sexton providing some information. more
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