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First responders were honored with a blood drive and cookout on Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of 9/11, courtesy of Blood Assurance. Of the 2,977 victims who died in the attacks on Sept. 11, … more
Cry Out America, an annual event which encourages people to gather and pray for their country, is set to take place tonight at 6:30 at the Greenway Park stage.The event will feature periods of … more
A U.S. Army soldier originally from Cleveland who died earlier this month while participating in a survival training exercise at Fort Rucker in Alabama, was buried with full military honors Thursday … more
Wednesday was a day of remembrance in Cleveland as groups gathered to mark the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that killed almost 3,000 people.WCLE 104.1’s Steve Hartline … more
Work is underway countywide to make sure Bradley County meets requirements related to the Americans with Disabilities Act and accessibility. more
The Museum Center at 5ive Points hosted interactions with approximately 4,000 students last year, many of those through its popular Museum Center Trunk Shows. more
Larry McDaris passing along some kind words and being the gentleman that he is always known to be ... Allen Mincey dropping by to say hello to some friends and former co-workers. more

For the second straight week, Bradley Central will square off against a winless gridiron team Friday night.


Headed into Week 4 of the season, Cleveland is still looking to be a consistent football team. The Blue Raiders are making headway according to head coach Marty Wheeler, but are still fighting to find steadiness from quarter-to-quarter and sometimes even play-to-play.


The Lee University volleyball team remained unbeaten through its first three matches with a 3-1 defeat of Spring Hill College Wednesday evening in Paul Dana Walker Arena.

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