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128,511 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in state

The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee was 128,511 as of Thursday, including 1,313 deaths, hospitalizations and 89,151 recoveries.In Bradley County, 2,066 individuals have tested positive for …

Dawn Hyde faces multiple charges

A Bradley County woman was arrested by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office on multiple charges, including aggravated burglary, financial exploitation of an elderly adult, theft under $1,000 and …

Check Into Cash Player of the Week 8-14

Congratulation to Cleveland High linkster Hannah Nall for being selected as the Check Into Cash Player of the Week.The two-time TSSAA State Tournament Top 15 finisher not only won the Cleveland …

Raider squads, Mustangs notch wins

The local high school golf teams have not only had to battle stiff competition this week, but Mother Nature as well.

GSC, Lee postponed fall sports

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Lee University in partnership with the Gulf South Conference will postpone competition in basketball, football, soccer, and volleyball until at least January 1.

Bradley County surpasses 2,000 COVID-19 cases; 573 are active

The Tennessee Department of Health has released more in-depth information regarding hospitalizations due to COVID-19. In addition to daily reports on new COVID-19 cases in Tennessee’s 95 …

Bradley County Commission voices support of Legislature's limited liability protection action on COVID-19 lawsuits

COVID-19 confirmed in four county schools

Bradley virus death toll climbs to 15

City students return to the classroom

Lorene Brown

Lorene Arms Mantooth Brown, 96, of Cleveland, left her earthly home for her heavenly home on Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020.

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Around Town 8-14

Cameron Fisher sending along some information about ducks and getting them in a row ... Tara Brown receiving an unheard compliment about the time, effort and energy put into a community project.

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