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Kim Klaudt with World Ministries will be the guest minister at Church Alive Ministries, 6315 Mouse Creek Road NW on Sunday, May 15.Pastor Bob Malone said Klaudt will speak at the 10:30 a.m. service, … more
Movies in the Park is returning to Cleveland. The Community Foundation’s Emerging Leaders Council has planned three movie nights for this summer in Greenway Park. The event is free to the … more
Lee University President Mark Walker gifted former President and current Chancellor Paul Conn a Bible signed by hundreds of students as part of the annual commissioning ceremony for graduating … more
New Courthouse To Be Built At Present SiteThe Bradley County Quarterly Court voted to build a new courthouse at the present location. The cost of the proposed new building was not specified, but one … more
Following a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the SPCA of Bradley County is gearing up for its annual fundraiser, Paws ’n Pints, on May 21 at the Museum Center at 5ive Points.First Horizon Bank … more
Winners in the Kiwanis Club 4-H public speaking contest recently participated in the regionals, and returned with even more honors.Jacie Trantham from Lake Forest Middle School placed first in the … more
Cleveland High and Middle schools  have been named Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase Schools for 2021-22. This is the second year in a row for both schools to be honored; they join 375 … more
The Copper Basin High School graduation ceremony will be at 8 p.m. Friday, May 20, at the school’s football field, weather permitting.If rained out, it will still be held that evening but in the … more
Decoration Day will be held at Johnston Cemetery in Meigs County on Sunday, May 15, and will be followed by a business meeting at 2 p.m. more
The Bradley County Health Department inspects restaurants and grades them on a 100-point scale. Priority violations require immediate corrective measures; if that's not possible, then within 10 … more
In an endeavor that has taken nearly 30 years, Hopewell Elementary soon might see road construction. The Wright Brothers Construction Company, in conjunction with the Bradley County Road … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office arrested a suspect in an alleged armed robbery at a Charleston gas station on Thursday, May 12, following the lockdown of two county schools, BCSO said in a … more
Bradley County Virtual School will graduate 41 students tonight, May 13. The ceremony will be held at 5 p.m. at Ocoee Middle School. more
Members of the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office will support members of four Tennessee fire departments in Bradley, Polk, Sequatchie and Hamilton counties during outreach visits today Friday, … more
Two Bradley County schools were on lockdown this afternoon, as Bradley County Sheriff's Office deputies reportedly searched for an armed suspect who robbed the BP convenience market in … more
Two Bradley County schools are on lockdown this afternoon, as Bradley County Sheriff's Office deputies reportedly search for an armed robbery suspect.According to Brittany Cannon, community and … more
His posthumous name is "Angel," and horrified area animal lovers are refusing to sugarcoat the stray dog’s beating death allegedly at the hands of two local teenagers.On Thursday, May 12, dozens of … more
Lee University alumnus Jordan Smith finished third in the NBC all-live music competition “American Song Contest” with his original song “Sparrow.” Winners were announced at the conclusion of … more
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