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The latest addition to the historic books about Chattanooga and the tri-state area is also one of the largest to date.“Hello Chattanooga! Famous People Who Have Visited the Tennessee Valley," … more
A full agenda awaits the Bradley County Commission for its voting session Monday, starting with a resolution authorizing Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis to execute a memorandum of understanding … more
Residents of some Bradley County civil districts will find themselves with new local government representation, as well as new voting locations, based on recommendations from the Bradley County … more
So far, a crack pipe, cigarettes, and a lighter are among the contraband items detected by a newly installed body scanner at the Bradley County Jail. All are items that were not detected in … more
Cleveland State Community College received a hefty rebate check from the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Energy Right Program during a presentation Thursday attended by Cleveland Utilities and TVA … more
Officials hope an increase in salaries will help address personnel shortages that continue to plague the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. The Bradley County Commission’s Law Enforcement … more
Cases of COVID-19 continue to decline in Bradley County, which now has 629 active cases as of Friday. According to the Tennessee Department of Health, Bradley County had 988 active cases of … more
Complete streets are safe and spur economic development, according to bicycling and walking enthusiasts.Michael Kelley, policy director for BikeWalkKC in Kansas City, Mo.,  spoke about the … more
It was billed as “the greatest event in the history of Bradley County,” and while other happenings may have eclipsed it since then, it was definitely a historic occasion.The first plane landing … more
Registration for the Strut Your Mutt fundraiser for the Family Violence Program continues, with chances to collect prizes if you have the winning doggie. And, the Cleveland Daily Banner has joined … more
An all-out tournament of rock-paper-scissors game determined the winner of the final prize at the Leadership Cleveland kickoff event Thursday. David Parris, sales project manager at Rackley … more
Andrew B. Morgan, Cleveland’s well-known bankruptcy and family law attorney, is seeking the Bradley County General Sessions Civil and Juvenile Court Judge seat. He will run in the Republican … more
T.C. (Clancy) Henley passed away on Sunday, Sept. 26. He leaves a legacy of providing for education in Cleveland and Bradley County that spanned nearly 50 years. He also leaves behind many friends … more
The passing of former educator T.C. Henley brought back memories for so many who were students of his over the years. The comments made by these now adult men and women only reinforced his … more
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Friday at Chattanooga’s Volkswagen plant for the first Smart Factory Institute to open in the United States.The institute will provide manufacturers with … more
  The Lee University Symphony Orchestra, conducted by music professor Sarah Pearson, will present its fall concert on Monday, Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m. in Pangle Hall.    The … more
  On Friday, Oct. 8, Lee University's Center for Responsible Citizenship (CRC) will welcome Dr. Brian Smith to speak on “Making Peace with the Wayfaring Life,” a discussion on how … more
HUNTER IS a loving and playful 1-year-old terrier mix who has been looking for his home for two months. He had a lot of great visitors, but it never worked out for him. Today he found his forever home with Roysi Bello. Bello met Hunter on Wednesday, and it was love at first sight. They immediately bonded and spent an hour getting to know each other. When Bello returned for her second visit, Hunter recognized her and happily greeted her in the Ark’s front room. After spending 45 minutes with Hunter, the adoption counselor approved the adoption. more
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Short-term classes available at CSCC Cleveland State Community College is offering a faster way to help students graduate quicker. This fall, students can choose from a variety of short-term classes that are flexible to anyone’s schedule. “Whether you are new to college or a continuing student, short term classes help you get ahead and step closer to achieving your academic goals.” stated Cate Green, director of Admissions, Recruitment, and High School Programs at Cleveland State Community College. These short-term classes are condensed to seven weeks with the option to take classes online or in-person. Classes are full credit courses that are offered from October to December. This fall semester classes start October 17. The following 18 courses are available to choose from: Business English, Computer Applications, Digital Forensics, Digital Fundamentals and PLCs, Electro-Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Circuits, Fundamentals of Communication, Introduction to Business, Introduction to Sociology, Leadership Development Studies, Lifespan Development Psychology, MS Network Infrastructure, Modern American Literature, Modern Humanities, Modern World History, Principles of Macroeconomics, Religions of the World, Safe/Healthy Environments and Safety Education/First Aid/CP. For more information, call (423)473-2321 or visit our website at more
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