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The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list include individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can … more
Andre Bertin more
The committee working toward replacing the retiring Emergency 911 director met Thursday to discuss qualifications and potential salary for the eventual new director. Joe Wilson, who has served as … more
Good Hope Baptist Church will welcome the group "Johnson Addition" from South Carolina for the New Years Eve service starting at 6 p.m. Reception with finger foods will follow the singing. more
The Justice Center was the setting for a reenactment of a prison ministry in action. Prison minister, Rick Razsi, demonstrated a visit to an inmate, as he talked to him about Christ and the gift of salvation. more
Has Jesus come to your house? Has He stepped into your path as you went about your daily duties? Would you recognize Him if he became part of the host around you? more
Special Judge Don Ash released a ruling Thursday denying Sheriff Eric Watson’s motions to dismiss the 12 felony counts against him concerning six car titles.Ash did grant a “motion in limine” … more
DUCKTOWN — The Polk County Commission is seeking a "resolution" to the recent closure of the Copper Basin Medical Center, and indebtedness incurred by the county and city of Ducktown.Commissioners … more
By BRIAN GRAVES Staff Writer The new Wacker-Charleston HDK Plant will start producing in 2019 after having broken ground for the additional facilities in June. That tied for the No. 7 story … more
Few holiday revelers want the community’s Christmas merriment to end anytime soon, but here’s a mild dose of reality: The time is coming to do something about those live evergreens.For local … more
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