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Christy Dasher and Lamar Orr, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Sam Hensley and Ryan Kramer, who are celebrating birthdays Monday. 

Vote for your favorite state park

Many people have been staying home during the 2020 pandemic, but even so, some families have been able to visit scenic parks while practicing social distancing and other safety measures. These …

Tennessee National Guard returns from supporting Presidential Inauguration

Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Timothy More than 750 Soldiers and Airmen with the Tennessee National Guard returned home from supporting the 59th Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C. throughout the afternoon of Jan. 22. The Tenn. Air National Guard's 164th Air Lift Wing from Memphis, Tennessee and the 134th Air Refueling Wing from Knoxville, Tennessee provided air transportation for the service members. .  Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Timothy

CSCC anticipates increase in on-campus classes this fall Hybrid, online options to continue

CSCC anticipates increase in on-campus classes this fall Hybrid, online options to continue

Readers can enjoy popular magazine titles and more through the Libby reading app

Readers can enjoy popular magazine titles and more through the Libby reading app The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library has announced more than 2,500 popular magazines in English and Spanish are now available to download and read on any device 24/7. Users with a library card can read digital magazines alongside ebooks and audiobooks on Libby, the award-winning one-tap reading app from OverDrive, or by visiting Top titles include “Garden and Gun” and “The New Yorker” and many other popular publications supplied by ZINIO (previously available through the RBdigital app). These magazines will no longer be available through RBdigital, starting on Monday, Jan. 25. “It is exciting for the library to be able to streamline its services without losing any titles or materials,” says program director Kerisa Shorthouse. “A selection of magazines has been available in Overdrive for some time now, but having all of ZINIO’s content in one place along with our popular ebooks and audiobooks is a new convenience that I think a lot of patrons will appreciate.”
COVID-19 active cases still dropping; now 890

Beginning Monday, the Bradley County Health Department will conduct COVID-19 testing from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Monday through Friday.The change pushes up the testing schedule by 30 minutes. In recent …

COVID-19 testing hours change, location still at First Baptist; active cases drop again

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High SchoolGirls BasketballDistrict 5-AAATeam District OverallBradley Central 5-0 13-1Cleveland 4-1 7-4McMinn County 6-3 8-10Walker Valley 4-3 7-7East Hamilton 2-4 4-8Soddy-Daisy 0-4 2-8Ooltewah 0-5 …

WV gets past Trojans twice

No. 18 Lady Flames split with West Florida

All eyes on QBs as Packers host Bucs

Chiefs' Reid, Bills' McDermott to match wits for AFC title

Tips for safer driving in the rain

Sheriff’s Column 01/24/2021 Tips for Safer Driving in the Rain Driving in the rain can be dangerous — especially when it rains as much as it is projected to in the coming week.

Tri-State Exhibition Center has positive 2020 experience

Tax changes for 2020 filings explained

Commissioners voice censure of assault on U.S. Capitol

Dockins charged with statutory rape

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Tristan Miller running to help a friend ... Kathy Payne holding the ribbon ... Kerisa Shorthouse excited about a new library app.

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