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With active cases dropping as low as 49 this past week, Bradley County is finally seeing a consistent downward trend in its cases of COVID-19. Bradley County has seen a total of 15,219 COVID-19 … more
The future is bright for the University of Tennessee’s Haslam College of Business and its students. That was the message shared last week with the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club. Dr. Michael Lane … more
Tennessee Gov. Bill  Lee helped launch the Tennessee Valley Authority’s 2021 Ocoee River Run in Polk County   Friday.The event is held each year to promote area water sports, which … more
Bradley County Sheriff’s Office property crime detectives have issued warrants for the arrest of Christopher Elkins, 38, on charges of stealing property from a local cemetery. On June 3, the … more
‘Jesus then cometh ...’ more
Several local employers will be taking on-site applications with some also conducting interviews during a job fair later this month.Four major employers will be attending, including Eaton … more
More options for CSCC’s Advanced Technology program Students at Cleveland State Community College are getting more options to pursue a career in technology. In today’s age, there’s a high demand from companies around the country for graduates with advanced technology skills. CSCC’s engineering systems technology (ENST) program has options for students that will give them training and the education necessary for the industrial workforce. The ENST Program incorporates three concentrations: drafting and design, precision manufacturing, and surveying. Students can build skills in the drafting and design concentration via courses in the architectural, civil, and mechanical disciplines. more
Jacob Silvers, who celebrated his 17th birthday on Thursday. more
A “big sum of money we may never see again” has caused Bradley County Schools to take a look at its facility needs across the district, Director of Schools Dr. Linda Cash said. Cash … more
The National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) will have its first meeting since the pandemic on Tuesday, June 8,  noon at the Faith Memorial Church, 910 17th St … more
Cleveland City Schools is exploring the possibility of a new central office location inside the F.I. Denning Center. Director of Schools Dr. Russell Dyer brought up the Denning Center’s future … more
(Editor’s Note: This is the final installment of a three-part series focusing on traffic improvements by the city of Cleveland. The previous two installments were published in the May 30 and June 2 … more
A small parcel of land in front of Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary School was purchased by the district and approved with a 6-1 vote by the Cleveland City Schools Board of Education.Director of … more
While local communities are getting back to a semblance of normalcy, 2020 was a time of watching and waiting to see if COVID-19 was going to affect everyone’s way of life for even longer than … more
Investigation is continuing into a May 23 vehicle accident that resulted from an apparent medical emergency causing the death of a well-known Knoxville billiards player.According to a Bradley County … more
Scam artists offering bogus home repairs are reportedly at work in the local area. more
Katie Lowe, a 2021 graduate of Polk County High School, has been named recipient of the inaugural Kelby Fritts Memorial Scholarship.In a joint announcement by the family of the late Kelby Fritts, and … more
The opioid epidemic has touched the community, maybe not as badly as in other parts of the country, but still, it has been seen locally. Much of the dangerous narcotics that come into Southeast … more
A Bradley County woman has been indicted and arrested for tax evasion and theft. more
U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (R-Tenn.) weighed in on the nation's rising debt Tuesday by describing it as a threat to America. In a visit to Cleveland where he addressed the noon-day Rotary Club, the … more
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