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Bradley County Commission meeting moved to Tuesday due to MLK holiday

A waterline extension project on Bell Road is expected to garner approval from the Bradley County Commission at its voting session Tuesday.

Bradley County's COVID-19 active cases drop by two to 1,111; 90 deaths

Bradley County’s active COVID-19 cases sit at 1,111, down two from Saturday’s total, according to Tennessee Department of Health data. Bradley County’s total active cases have remained …

1-17 Campus Prospect honor roll

PROSPECT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Blythe-Bower Elementary Pink Out

     

Dream Weekend to end with march

Dream Weekend 2021 is underway and will climax Monday in Downtown Cleveland with the Second Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. March. 
COVID-19
Bradley County’s COVID-19 active cases drop by 86; death total now at 90

Another Bradley County resident has died from COVID-19, bringing the county total to 90. Five local deaths have been confirmed this week from COVID-19. With the three latest deaths, 18 …

Mayor cautions of new rise in COVID-19 infections

Obituaries
Irie "Bud" Carver

Irie “Bud” Carver, 92, of Benton, passed away on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021.

Adam Eugene Farris

Doris Ann Hawkins

Mildred Justine Thompson Hooper

J.C. Vaughn

Local Sports News
Lake Forest, OMS split hardwood action

The Lake Forest Bruins of Zandra Morris kept their unblemished record intact with a 41-25 win and their 13th victory of the year, the Colts of Ocoee Middle posted a 55-43 victory in the boys' …

Bradley freshmen remain unbeaten

No. 10 Vols drop Vandy by 20

No. 23 Lady Vols bounce back

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Danielle Seals checking on a deadline ... Sherra Kinder providing some information ... Jennie Kirkpatrick saying thank you ... Don Foley getting it right.

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