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Lee University has named its new recording studio after Voices of Lee (VOL) longtime Director Danny Murray, Lee class of 1975. On Saturday, Sept. 10, a special ribbon-cutting ceremony and dinner took … more
Cleveland State Community College enrolled 3,180 students for the fall semester with 2,093 full-time equivalents (FTE), making it the second-highest enrollment among Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) … more
A 2-year old boy, who was found unresponsive in a pool at a neighbor's Charleston residence on Sunday, Sept. 25, has died, according to a statement from Paul Allen, public information officer for the … more
The Cleveland City Council on Monday, Sept. 26, will consider a resolution authorizing the city to apply for a $34.2 million federal grant to construct a bridge over a railroad crossing at Third … more
Tennessee state Rep. Dan Howell (R-Benton) unanimously was elected chairman of the Ocoee River Recreation and Economic Development Fund Board, said Jennifer Easton, press secretary for the Tennessee … more
Former McMinn County Commissioner David Crews (R-Athens) took the oath of office in the Tennessee Senate's chamber on Wednesday, Sept. 21, to temporarily represent  Senate District 9 until Nov. … more
Thursday was the first day of fall, and though the temperatures are beginning to feel like it, the trees are not yet bursting with their autumn hues.Once they do, the Cherokee National Forest will be … more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include … more
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is investigating an officer-involved shooting  that occurred in Coffee County late Thursday, Sept. 22, a TBI press statement said Friday.The TBI said … more
When a powerful storm blows through town, it can be reassuring to know there's a safe place to take shelter. If approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Bradley County soon could … more
Over the years, contributions to the soon-to-be completed Bradley County Veterans Home have risen to nearly $370,000, and the Southeast Tennessee Veterans Home Council is eyeing how to spend the … more
Vendors shared a wealth of information during Thursday’s Fifty-Five + Senior Expo, providing attendees with financial advice, senior care services and fitness options for active … more
After a human trafficking survivor was rescued and arrived at Cleveland's WillowBend Farms to begin her recovery, the shaken, demoralized woman immediately found a quiet spot and curled into a fetal … more
Rodney Broadnax, of Cleveland city Schools, and Stacey Wielfaert, of Bradley County Schools, have received this year's Lillie F. Fitzgerald Excellence in Teaching Award. It's the highest honor … more
Bradley County’s COVID-19 active case count rose by 124 from last week, according to the latest report from the Tennessee Department of Health on Wednesday, Sept. 21.In addition, there were three … more
A Bradley County Grand Jury has indicted a Cleveland man on two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.According to the indictment obtained by the Cleveland Daily Banner, William Howard Brown II, … more
The scores are original and do not reflect on-the-spot changes, which sometimes lead to upward adjustments.If follow-up scores are available at the time of publication, they will be included. If … more
Cleveland High School's fall play production, "The Father of the Bride," will premiere Saturday, Sept. 24. When Mr. Banks learns that one of the young men he has seen occasionally about the … more
A vehicle that allegedly ran a red light collided with a Cleveland City School bus Tuesday morning, Sept. 23, a preliminary report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol states.No students were aboard, … more
The Ocoee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution held its September meeting recently at the Elks Lodge.Vanetta Bratcher presented the National Defense Message for September and focused on the … more
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