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With the resignation of former Charleston Police Chief Johnny Stokes, the city was down to three officers. It didn’t take new Chief Jody Musselwhite long to find a new officer, and one who is … more
Well, I reckon I've got a story to tell y'all. You see, I come from a long line of poor folks livin' in the backwoods of Buck's Pocket. We never had much money, but we had a whole lotta love and a whole lotta moonshine. more
Some things are impossible to accurately predict. Among those are the weather, the stock market, football scores and the next big fad (remember mood rings and chia pets?). more
It was wonderful. Mothers were honored (a commandment of God), taken to dinner, given gifts — recognized for who she is. God arranged this beautiful relationship and it lives throughout the year(s) giving love, hope and balance to society. No matter who tries to destroy this, nothing can change God’s plan. And if we stick to it, everything will work as it’s supposed to. more
Evening Light Gospel Tabernacle (200 20th St. SE, Cleveland), will host a revival Friday-Sunday, May 19-21, at 6 p.m. nightly. The speaker is David O'Boyle. ——— Community Chapel Church (1807 … more
Although Cleveland’s Formulated Solutions LLC’s plant is the fourth such facility the Largo, Florida-based company has opened since its founding 24 years ago, Eric Dann, the company’s founder … more
During a brainstorming session with Joe Sullivan, aka "Mr. Joe," on how to inspire youngsters to think about career paths, Jason Padgett said they hit upon the idea of performing a talk show.  … more
The Tennessee State Library & Archives will celebrate 227 years of statehood by hosting free events on Statehood Day, Thursday, June 1, and a family-friendly celebration event on Saturday, June 3. more
A property described as “an eyesore” by some neighbors will not be permitted to rezone to accommodate a transmission repair shop. Meeting on Monday, May 15, the Bradley County Commission voted … more
Being a mom is a full-time job, though one that most would say is the best job they could ever have. However, in some cases, these special ladies also have to balance their professions with time for … more
Six students from Lee’s Doctor of Education and Doctor of Philosophy in Marriage and Family Therapy recently became the university’s first doctoral graduates in their respective programs. … more
In all, 26 graduates received their diplomas at the Bradley County GOAL Academy’s graduation ceremony on Saturday, May 13, at Ocoee Middle School. more
The graduation ceremony for Bradley County Virtual School was an in-person event that drew praise and encouragement for the Class of 2023. more
Bradley Central Principal Patrick Spangler was so excited to welcome 365 new members of the school’s alumni that he jumped ahead in the graduation ceremony prematurely, before the enormous crowd … more
Four hundred twenty-six Cleveland High School seniors strolled across the stage and into their futures during the school's 56th-Annual Commencement held Friday, May 12, at Raider Arena. The evening's … more
Bradley Central High School held its 107th-annual 2023 Commencement tonight, Saturday, May 13, at Bear Stadium.  Additional coverage will be provided in Tuesday's print and online editions of … more

Dear Dave: I’m hearing more and more about “de-dollarization” and how several countries are moving away from the U.S. dollar as their basis of international trade. Will this affect the strength of the dollar, and should I be concerned about how I’m saving and investing because of this? — Zack

Sam Willis, regional director at the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development for Southeast Tennessee, says it’s just a matter of time before electric vehicles begin to outnumber … more
Responding to a need observed in the community, the establishing of the Tennessee Valley Diaper Bank hopes to equip parents with little resources to provide diapers for their babies and toddlers. A … more
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