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The 112th General Assembly opened the door for more transparent government this year with bills dealing with public meetings and public records, and ⏤ most important, the Tennessee Coalition for … more
I was “up North,” walking through the woods with an escort of dragonflies on either side, as if I were a visiting dignitary in need of protection.I love dragonflies. I love their variety and … more
Editor's note: This was emailed to columnist Ron Hart before its transition here.Dear Editor:Having just read another one of Ron Hart's child-like columns ("Dems' demagoguery," June 30), I just want … more
Wednesday , July 6 GOLF Sneds Tour TGA Jr. event at The Course at Sewanee, 9 a.m. Friday, July 8 SWIMMING CASL 62nd annual Bill Caukins City Meet at Fort Oglethorpe, … more
BASKETBALL SCOTT FAMILY LETS CAMP The legendary Scott siblings — Terry, Levi, Gloria and former NBA standout Alvin — will once again host a free LETS (Life Education Through … more
The Bradley County Commission's July 5 voting session is anticipated to see the dawning of an approved budget for fiscal 2022-23.Commissioner Milan Blake, chairman of the Finance Committee, has … more
The Bradley Central High School Culinary Arts Department last week asked community members to donate to the student pantry. The Cleveland community is rallying for the cause and sharing the … more
Wacker Polysilicon’s college internship program is underway for the summer, and six new interns are getting hands-on experience in engineering.  Kylie Wilson, of Chattanooga, is a … more
Area homebuilders put their skills to use last week and framed the first of five homes being built for Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland.The group representing the Ocoee Region Builders Association … more
New teacher pay, the high cost of living and laws punishing drunk drivers were topics of a candidate forum hosted by the Cleveland/Bradley County Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, June 30.Candidates … more
The Meigs County Amateur Radio Club took part in the 89th Annual American Radio Relay League's Field Day Emergency Communications Exercise. The event is held the last full weekend of June and is … more
Lee University senior Garrett Wheeler recently held a "Dumpster Drive" on campus in an effort to eliminate waste while serving Goodwill, a global nonprofit. Wheeler, senior biology (pre-med) … more
The Lee University Athletic Department is pleased to announce the promotion of Carman Lastoria to the position of Assistant Athletic Director of Marketing and Communications. Lastoria is … more
CINCINNATI (AP) — Albert Almora Jr. slapped a bases-loaded single past a drawn-in infield in the ninth to give the Cincinnati Reds a 4-3 win over the Atlanta Braves on Sunday.“I didn't try to do … more
ATLANTA (AP) — Cheyenne Parker had 21 points and nine rebounds, Rhyne Howard scored 16 points and the Atlanta Dream never trailed Sunday in their 90-76 win over the Seattle Storm.Aari McDonald and … more
The Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter, Tennessee Society, Sons of the American Revolution, toasted the chapter at its June meeting as well as city namesake Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Cleveland was born … more
The New Adventures Club will hold several upcoming events and invites those interested to follow its Facebook page at New Adventures, Social Club, Cleveland, TN. • July 15, trip to a … more
Federal Trade Commission Southeast Regional Director Anna Burns recently shared that there have been recent cases about added fees. She noted that FTC’s primary focus is on whether the fees have … more
Bradley County Schools has announced new principals and administrators for the 2022-23 school year.Bradley Davis will assume the principal role at Oak Grove Elementary School, and Amber Winters will … more
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