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As Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis continues his recovery from what might be described as a brief, but harsh, brush with COVID-19 — and who is finishing his quarantine working remotely from home … more
Now at pea-minus eight days and counting until the much-anticipated launch of the International Cowpea Festival in Charleston, all eyes rest upon the north Bradley County community to help us return … more
The idea of work is so ingrained in our culture and American values that this weekend we will all celebrate the one individual who has always been diligent in caring not only for themselves, but also … more
  Rotary Club. Kiwanis Club. Lions Club. Civitan Club. To serve in any civic organization is a blessing.   I recently joined the Rotary Club of Cleveland. I have now been a … more
In the life and times of a cowpea — as well as in my own as a child — I don’t recall an infatuation with the legume nor with any stage of its development.I didn’t like planting them.I … more
To The Editor:   As I read and watch the events that saturate the news today, I’m reminded that Sept. 11, 2021, will mark 20 years since the greatest attack on American soil by an … more
After last year’s wet spring tag-teamed with the arrival of COVID-19 to slow the start of work on the Bradley County Tennessee State Veterans Home, a recent construction update brought a renewed … more
To The Editor:   Those of us who live in beautiful Tennessee can ignore climate change much of the time, but the recent unprecedented flooding in the middle of our state should be a … more
Schools have opened their doors for another year of learning and teaching the Golden Rule.Let’s see, the Golden Rule is something I don’t hear much about any longer. But, let’s hope the old … more
To The Editor:   Once upon a time in The City With Spirit, there lived a population of people who loved God and wanted a city to reflect the goodness of His Grace.   Churches … more
Although the eviction moratorium has been extended through Oct. 3 — at least, for most — that doesn't mean scammers have postponed their tricks.Con artists often take advantage of the confusion … more
We’ve been doing it for 32 years.That’s a long time.Since 1989, we’ve been ordering things “on the side” at restaurants.We order salad dressing on the side.We order butter and sour cream on … more
When a midsized community — kind of like Cleveland — begins to grow, and continues to grow, municipal leaders face a mandate: accommodate the citizenry.In such scenarios, the list of needs is … more
Summer is winding down and students in our local school systems have reported to class. The opening of school is always accompanied by increased traffic in the school zones. I urge everyone to be … more
No matter what lens you look through, the actions and inactions of President Biden over the past few weeks must go down as one of the worst — IF NOT THE WORST — foreign relations and … more
  As the dog days of July came to their merciful end, my wife and I made the Saturday evening drive into town — a longstanding weekly escape — to enjoy a sit-down meal amidst the … more
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