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  Sunday, Sept. 12, kicks off Lee University’s fall convocation series, a special time where the entire university comes together to worship, reflect, and dedicate the rest of the semester … more
Lee’s Grisham Earns DNP By Shayna Ryan   Dr. Jennifer Grisham, assistant professor of nursing at Lee University, earned her doctor of nursing practice from Frontier Nursing … more
Several hundred members of First Baptist Church of Cleveland and others will be doing more this Sunday than attending services. They will be going out into the community and helping others through … more
The blame game As I reread articles in the Sept. 11 Jordan Times newspaper — which I had brought back with me from my trip there in 2001 —  I saw things I had not noticed … more
The Benton MacKaye Trail Association (BMTA) Board of Directors announced they are seeking Congressional approval for the Benton MacKaye Trail (BMT) to be designated a National Scenic Trail. To date, only 11 long-distance trails have received the prestigious designation. These trails epitomize the splendor, diversity and historical significance found in the wide array of the American landscape. more
Jeri Smith, Nanette Gambill, Jeannie Ledford and Gene "Geno" Dasher Jr., who are celebrating birthdays today … Freddie and Carolyn Dover, who are celebrating their 44th wedding anniversary today … more
What are monoclonal antibody treatments?The Tennessee Department of Health describes monoclonal antibody treatments as "laboratory-made proteins that work in the body by attaching to parts of the … more
 Six members of the Tennessee National Guard arrived at Tennova Healthcare-Cleveland on Wednesday to assist in the administration of monoclonal antibody infusion therapy.The guard members, who … more
Tennova Healthcare-Cleveland has more patients than it has beds, according to Dr. Bill Johnson, chief medical officer. In an update sent to the Cleveland Daily Banner Thursday, he said there are … more
The body of a man found near Benton in Polk County in June, who investigators say was a murder victim, has been identified, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.Identified as Mark … more
A total of 646 students have opted out of the Cleveland City Schools mask mandate, which went into effect Tuesday. That number adds up to about 11.4% of the district-wide population. Public … more
Dr. Jeff Elliott was appointed chief of staff at Cleveland City Schools shortly after the Board of Education voted unanimously to add the new position. Director of Schools Dr. Russell Dyer … more
A special ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States will be held at the Elks Lodge on Saturday.The memorial ceremony will begin at 10 a.m., and … more
Tennessee is now setting a new record daily as the current surge of COVID-19 cases progresses; and, while Bradley County is no exception overall, the local number of infections reported Wednesday … more
The Museum Center at 5ive Points plans to debut a new exhibit from the Smithsonian this weekend that combines Native American knowledge to find a solution for today’s problems.  “Roots … more
An autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death for a 3-year-old boy who died at his home on Tuesday.Tyler Johnson, deputy investigator for the Bradley County Medical Examiner’s … more
A two-vehicle crash that took place at the 25th Street N.E. and North Ocoee Street intersection late Wednesday afternoon resulted in a power outage affecting more than 1,000 residents and … more
As of Thursday (today), the main entrance at the Bradley County Sheriff's Office will be temporarily closed due to construction.Until further notice, visitors are asked to follow the posted signs and … more
Funeral visitation will be held Thursday for local restaurateur David Jenkins, who was killed, along with a second man, Christopher Jacobi, in a single-vehicle crash on North Ocoee Street early … more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County leaped by 304 individuals over Labor Day weekend, bringing the total to 1,703, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report … more
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