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PROSPECT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Blythe-Bower Elementary Pink Out

     

County tax sale to include six properties

Seven properties owned by Bradley County will soon be up for public bid: Six of them are new parcels for review and one has been offered before. The Bradley County Commission’s Tax Committee recommended minimum bid prices for each during a meeting Friday.

WillowBend Farms provides support to human trafficking victims

If there is a question as to whether human trafficking is an issue in the United States, and even here in this community, just look at the numbers of those   helped through a local …

Charleston to get surveillance cameras at public sites

Those planning any unlawful activities at three sites in and around Charleston might want to think twice. Smile, you might be on Candid Camera.Well, not actually on the historic television show, but …
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
Neacy Brewer

Neacy Brewer, 56, of Cleveland, passed away on Friday, Jan. 15, 2021, at her home.

Kenneth Ray ‘Moon’ Cathey

Janie Mae Cheatham

Minnie Cross

Rev. Kenneth A. Dismukes

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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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