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Bears edge Raiders for wrestling region

Yesterday at 9:41 PM | | |
EVENSVILLE — It is common knowledge the road to the TSSAA state wrestling tournaments run directly through the Bradley County I-75 corridor. 

The third-ranked Bradley Central Bears proved it to be true once again Saturday afternoon as they bested top-ranked Cleveland by 10 points to win the Region 4-AAA championship at Rhea County High School.

Polk wins 1st district

Yesterday at 9:38 PM | | |

BENTON — It took a fourth-quarter rally to force overtime, but Polk County claimed its first ever District 5-AA regular season boys' championship Friday evening.

Obituaries More

Paul Peter Hager Sr.

Yesterday at 8:52 PM | | |
Paul Peter Hager Sr. 59, of Cleveland passed away on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020. 

William Kins Hooper

Yesterday at 8:51 PM | | |
William Kins Hooper, 82, of Cleveland, passed away on Friday, Feb. 14, 2020. 
News

2-16- I See by the Banner

Yesterday at 9:35 PM | | |
The Charleston Calhoun Hiwassee Historical Society will hold its quarterly meeting today at 3 p.m.  Bryan Reed, an associate professor of history TN eCampus Faculty Liaison/Campus Administrator at Cleveland State Community College, will be speaking on “Slaves and Freedmen in Bradley County during the Civil War.” The meeting will be at the Hiwassee River Heritage Center, 8746 Hiwassee St., in Charleston.

Honors Conference held at CSCC

Yesterday at 9:35 PM | | |
The Honors College at Cleveland State Community College is hosting the 2020 Tennessee Collegiate Honors Council Conference at the George R. Johnson Cultural Heritage Center. Special speakers and honors student from the colleges and universities of Tennessee will be presenting at this conference.

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