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Now that Bradley County Commissioner Charlotte Peak and Bradley County Road Superintendent Sandra Knight have both had their say in disagreements over budgets, departmental salaries and use of … more
To borrow from a familiar adage — one that's about 102 years old — let us offer only, “Say it ain’t so, Joe.”The attribution  dates back to 1919 when the phrase was reportedly used by … more
Still stubbornly slow about warming up to the idea of getting a COVID-19 vaccine, Tennessee residents — only about 38% of whom were fully inoculated, as of July 13 — are exercising their right to … more
In an impatient world whose rapid pace dictates full-access mobility, transportation and communication — all to support economic development — it becomes too easy to lose sight of the … more
Love her transparency or loathe her outspokenness, it doesn’t really matter; the point is Bradley County Commissioner Charlotte Peak earned the right to be heard last week when she assailed what … more
When the COVID-19 outbreak rerouted life as we know it 16 months ago, the Cleveland City Council was working to renew the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s interest in giving the town’s … more
Debate over guns and their access — whether legally or otherwise — will remain a part of public discourse till the cows come home.Likewise, such conversation will include — as it should — the … more
Alongside the deep scars COVID-19 has left among Cleveland and Bradley County families, it has also robbed multiple nonprofit organizations the chance to move forward — not just in people impact … more
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
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