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Sometimes this heartwarming tribute is said of others upon their passing, “He was too good for this world.”May we offer the same for a man named Oscar Kelley, a humble servant of the people who … more
In a day when technology seemingly dictates quality of life and quantity of opportunity, any news of service expansions is good news.Charter Communications served up a reason for such optimism in a … more
We’ve said it previously and today we say it again, though actually it’s more of a question: How is it this person has not been named recipient of this community award already?On this occasion, … more
Dumping tires illegally is not a crime exclusive to Bradley County, but the environmentally-harmful practice is again rearing its head in our community.Anyone who follows the headlines of the … more
Less than two days from the historic opening of its student-engaging, state-of-the-art Health & Science Center — the first new academic building on campus in 40 years — Cleveland State … more
In today’s partisan divide where political debate resembles more a feud than negotiation, a recent session of the Bradley County Commission came as a breath of fresh air.We have several individual … more
With Cleveland and Bradley County businesses — from tiny to large — working to emerge from the debris of COVID-19, it is more critical now than ever that they be given fair opportunity.As such, … more
Labeling themselves “The Future Wright Brothers,” six young visionaries — three from Bradley Central High School and three from Walker Valley High School — are positioning for the future.In a … more
While state lawmakers toil through legislation in Nashville aimed at improving quality of life for Tennesseans — in both the short- and long-term — it is important that Cleveland and Bradley … more
On this Valentine's Day 2021, a time reserved for love, it is important to take note of this community's expressions of support for one another that closed out the pandemic-riddled year of 2020.As … more
With the fast approach of Valentine’s Day, we can offer no better suggestions for the sincerest gifts of love toward others than the following:• Wear your face mask, both consistently and … more
Along with crippling popular restaurants, challenging businesses to cut payroll, hampering education consistency, limiting travel, igniting an expanded dependence on communication technology and … more
Workers who have spent the last 11 months on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic — a list that includes first responders, teachers, grocers, restaurants, fast-food, industry, retail and health … more
Of Bradley County’s recent loss of three gallant members from The Greatest Generation — each of whom served heroically in World War II — Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks might have said it best … more
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