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Friday, Oct. 19FOOTBALLBradley Central at Wm. Blount, 7:30Cleveland at Ooltewah, 7:30Walker Valley at McMinn County, 7:30Meigs County at Polk County, 7:30SOCCERLee (W) at Alabama-Huntsville, 5Lee (M) … more
The Tennessee Titans and Los Angeles Chargers have made the trip abroad to London for Sunday's game with their seasons going in opposite directions on offense. The Chargers (4-2) are on a … more
HOUSTON (AP) — What a birthday present for rookie manager Alex Cora. He's taking the Boston Red Sox back to the World Series. David Price put his postseason woes behind him, pitching the Red … more
Bradley Central split a bowling tilt with Soddy-Daisy on the road Thursday afternoon.The Bears rolled to a 19-8 victory, while the Bearettes fell 22-5 to the Lady Trojans.For the undefeated Bears … more
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt speaks from experience when he says this may be the best Alabama team of Nick Saban's 12-year tenure. Pruitt was part of Saban's staff for … more
Beulah Roselle Haire Shroth Armour, 85, of Cleveland, passed away Monday morning, October 15, 2018 in a healthcare facility in Texas. more
Edgar L. Bayless Edgar L. Bayless, died on Friday, Oct 12, 2018. more
Malissa Luanne White Helms, 57, lost her courageous year and a half battle with pancreatic cancer on Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, with her family by her side.What a warrior she was until the end. She was a … more
Ronald “Ron” Hood, age 82, a resident of Cleveland passed away Wednesday at the residence. The family will receive friends Sunday from 2 until 4 with the service being held at 4 at Jim Rush Funeral and Cremation Services, North Ocoee Chapel who will announce survivors. more
Linda Mitchell, 71, of Cleveland, died this morning, Oct. 19, 2018, at her home.Survivors and arrangements will be announced later by Companion Funeral Home.  more
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