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COUNTY TO SEEK RESTITUTION FOR K-9 OFFICER INJURIES

Bradley County is seeking to recover losses resulting from the Sept. 22 shooting of Joker, the Bradley County Sheriff's Department K-9 officer. On Monday, the Bradley County Commission approved a …
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Top 10 Newsmakers of 2021: Miranda Cheatham move for new trial lands in No. 10 spot

Miranda Cheatham, who was convicted in 2019 for the second-degree shooting death of her husband, James “Tooter” Cheatham, was denied a motion for a new trial after a hearing was held earlier this …

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Raiders power to district sweep

The Cleveland Raiders and Lady Raiders picked up their first district basketball wins of the season with a sweep of the visiting Rhea County Golden Eagles, inside Raider Arena Tuesday.The Lady …

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‘Good end of a year of running’

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Lily Withrow is setting her sights on an Olympic run. It’s just possible she may one day reach that goal.

Rikard found ATI perfect learning tool

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When Tyler Rikard enrolled in the Advanced Technologies Institute (ATI) at Cleveland State Community College, he had no idea he would enjoy the position he was placed with so much that he could potentially see himself there in a long-term career, but that is exactly what happened.

More than $2K raised for Etowah’s Christmas for Kids Project

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  ETOWAH – Recently, $2,230 was raised for Etowah’s Christmas for Kids Project during a presentation of Christmas with the Cordells.

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