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Last week was National Infant Immunization Week, and Tennessee Health Commissioner Dr. Lisa Piercey said it’s not too late for parents to vaccinate their children from childhood diseases. In … more
The Bradley County Commission is anticipating nearly $21 million in additional federal funding, but also wants to stave off a drop in state aid from the State of Tennessee. more
Members of the Bradley County Commission discussed “discouraged workers” and the impact they may have locally. more
United States Air Force veteran Joe Gilbert believes there will be a need for a Space Force Academy soon, and he is trumpeting that Tennessee would be the ideal setting.Gilbert, who served in the … more
Out of 63,000 calls the Cleveland Police Department responded to in 2019 resulting in 4,700 arrests, less than 1% involved use of force that included drawing a weapon.That's because training and … more
Gov. Bill Lee has declared Tennessee is no longer in a public health crisis from COVID-19 and is repealing the authority for county mayors to issue mask mandates, but schools will still have the … more
A Ringgold, Ga.,  man, who allegedly went on a car-buying spree at a local auto dealership using checks from a nonexistent checking account, was arrested on Tuesday by the Cleveland Police … more
  Mary Nerren, a junior piano performance major from Johnson City was recently named Lee University’s 2021-22 Presser Undergraduate Scholar.  The Presser Foundation, established by … more
 Ludic Spectrum Center has found a home after leading a peripatetic existence for the past couple of years.LUDIC started on the campus of Lee University in 1999. Over the years, the … more
COVID-19 cases continue to fluctuate at Cleveland City Schools, with 20 COVID-19 cases confirmed and 158 individuals in quarantine. Those numbers have slightly fallen since last week when 26 … more
When the ring-tailed lemurs at the Tennessee Aquarium jostle for food, it can get stinky.Fortunately, the odor is only detectable among lemurs and not humans, whose noses are less sensitive.Maggie … more
The Ocoee Chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes banquet is scheduled for Thursday, May 6, and will feature not only an athlete known for an amazing game-altering college football play, but … more
Members of the Kiwanis Club of Cleveland were able to hear about the community’s past while also getting a glimpse of the future at its most recent meeting. They learned some history of Red Clay … more
The Cleveland City Schools Board of Education will meet on Monday, May 3, at 5:30 p.m. at the Administrative Office Building, 4300 Mouse Creek Road N.W. This meeting is open to the public but there … more
Linda Mayton and Joe Wilson, who are celebrating  birthdays today ... Larry Casson, who is celebrating a birthday Monday. more
Eva Catlett, Tommy Evans, Chase Glasgow, Tami Glasgow, Evelyn Johnson, Robert King, Lisa Pack, Kandice Satterfield and Rhonda Smith Casteel all perished in the 2011 tornado outbreak that struck Cleveland 10 … more
  The Lee University School of Music’s Percussion Ensemble will perform on Sunday, May 2, at 3 p.m. in the Conn Center, directed by Dr. Andy Harnsberger. The concert will feature pieces … more
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