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The gulf between tactics and strategy can sometimes result in a well-meaning church-security person shooting themselves in the foot.While armed church-security personnel are vital in protecting … more
Bradley County has received the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association. Mayor D. Gary Davis presented the certificate to … more
An energetic group met Saturday afternoon to celebrate Armed Forces Day, and a week of veterans and active service members, their families and supporters donating blood to help those in need.The … more
Cleveland Councilwoman Marsha McKenzie is wanting answers after receiving several calls from constituents wondering why their mail isn't being delivered on time ... if at all.The issue isn't a new … more
Lee students Everett Apple and Jen Condon, along with faculty Dr. Lorinda Roberts, received the Dr. Charles W. Conn Servant Leadership Award during a recent chapel service. The Dr. Charles W. … more
Dr. Alexander Steffanell, associate professor of Spanish, has been named the recipient of Lee University’s 2021 Excellence in Scholarship Award. The winner of this award is chosen each year by … more
The Lee University Helen DeVos College of Education recently honored the winners of the Dr. Jimmy W. Bilbo Excellence in Student Teaching Award. The 2021 recipients are Ben Conley, Maddie Larson, … more
Now that the cold winds of winter have yielded to the more comforting breezes of spring, the popular 5.3-mile Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway is getting a lot more foot traffic.And, that’s not … more
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the face of the courtroom, adding masks, virtual testimonies and questions on how some of these measures may impact the judicial process. Trials in Bradley … more
Cleveland Middle School Principal Dr. Leneda Laing has been named as the new supervisor of secondary education for Cleveland City Schools. Laing, who was awarded 2020 Principal of the Year by … more
As summer kicks off and families hit the road for vacation, the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office to remind motorists to “Click It or … more
Walker Valley High School honored 330 graduates Thursday night, awarding diplomas to the 20th graduating class in the school’s history. Teachers of Walker Valley High School and the former … more
Lee University has announced that the campus is planning a return to fully on-campus, normal operations by the fall semester. “We are excited about the strong possibility of returning this … more
The Bradley/Meigs Roughneck Motorcycle Club's fifth Operation Hero Ride in Cleveland is set for Saturday, with a portion of proceeds raised going to support Cleveland 100, a nonprofit group that … more
As the momentum of area graduations gains steam, the Cleveland Daily Banner will continue to provide full coverage with stories and photographs, both online and in print.With Lee University, … more
She watched, and helped her brother become an Eagle Scout. Now, Anika Pierce has done the same, and has become the first female Eagle Scout in the history of the Boy Scouts of America’s Cherokee … more
Confirmed COVID-19 case totals for Bradley County include:  Total cases: 15,096 (up 2 as of Thursday) Active cases: 163 (down 9 as of Thursday) Deaths: 151 (unchanged since … more
Birds are singing, flowers are blooming and yard sale signs are springing up from corner to corner of the Cleveland community, so all that’s left for welcoming the outdoor season is this: Movies in … more
In an effort to catch kids up on lessons lost during the pandemic without sacrificing summertime fun, the county schools are branding their summer school program as the “best summer … more
The Heroes for Life Blood Drive will culminate Saturday with a special Armed Forces Day celebration at Cooke’s Food Store.The celebration will include a cookout on the final day of the drive, which … more
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