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In today’s America — a nation divided along what some believe to be every line imaginable — is it OK to agree we still share a common bond? Politically, we’re about as close as the sun … more
Cleveland City Manager Joe Fivas couldn’t have said a bigger mouth full about the traffic chaos troubling 25th Street even if he’d been enjoying a comforting breakfast biscuit, hamburger or … more
Of all the issues — manmade or otherwise — that breed personal confrontation, pickleball should not be one.Failure by a motorist to abide by accepted driving standards like speed, not using turn … more
Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks has never made a secret of it: When new industries or businesses, or even retirees or whole families, consider relocating to Cleveland one of the most frequently asked … more
Followers of historic literature will recognize the 1859 parable by English novelist Charles Dickens whose words from “A Tale of Two Cities” still offer this haunting reminder, “It was the best … more
Like a 2008 bill enacted by state legislators requiring scrap-metal dealers to register with the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance — thereby putting a significant dent in the theft … more
Early fans of “Monday Night Football” sportscasts grew to love the folksy humor of former NFL quarterback and TV analyst “Dandy” Don Meredith who closed many games — once the outcome had … more
As Americans observe Flag Day on Monday, we at the Cleveland Daily Banner continue a tradition started years ago. In observance of this special day — which doesn't always get the kind of … more
If we had a specific answer, we would offer it. But, we don’t. So, we won’t.Then again, U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (R-Tenn.) who represents the state’s Third Congressional District, made some … more
Heroes comes in all sizes, shapes, packages … and numbers.One case in point can be found with the recent Memorial Day observance on the steps of the Bradley County Courthouse. Lining the plaza … more
As Bradley County continues to escape the cold talons of the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of third-graders from Oak Grove Elementary School have given voice to the frustrations of most adults in saying … more
When it comes to community impact, there is nothing small about small business.Most can’t compare in physical size and annual payroll to the giants of our town — big-box stores, certain … more
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