COVID-19 More

Bradley cases hit 959

Yesterday at 12:30 AM | | |
Cases of individuals testing positive for COVID-19 in Bradley County increased by 34 on Saturday, with the total amount of those infected nearing 1,000 since the first case was announced by the …

County planning full return to school on Aug. 5

4 days ago | | |
The Bradley County Board of Education unanimously approved a framework for returning to schools Aug. 5 during their meeting Thursday. Following the state’s recommendation, the district is …
Obituaries More

Dr. Jimmy Welch Bilbo

Yesterday at 1:14 AM | | |
Dr. Jimmy Welch Bilbo, 89, of Cleveland, passed away on Friday, July 10, 2020, in a local hospital following a short illness.

Marilyn Lynn Bishop

Yesterday at 1:13 AM | | |
Marilyn Lynn Bishop, 48, a native of Cleveland, died on Friday, July 10, 2020, in Somerset, Ky.
Business Updates: COVID-19

COVID-19 Business update 7-13

  In light of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, if you have a business that is changing its hours, or an event that has been changed, please let us know so we can inform the …
News

Jerry Frazier announces re-election bid

Yesterday at 12:40 AM | | |
Jerry Frazier today formally announced his candidacy for re-election to the 7th District seat on the Bradley County Board of Education. He asks that the voters at Cleveland High School and George R. …

Incumbent Nancy Casson seeking bid to return to school board seat

Yesterday at 12:40 AM | | |
Currently serving on the Bradley County Board of Education representing District 1, longtime educator and community leader Nancy Casson has announced  her decision to run for re-election in …

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