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With the new elementary school and Bradley County Parks and Recreation basketball seasons opening, the Cleveland/Bradley Officials Association is still in dire need of  … more
INDIANAPOLIS — Derrick Henry carried the Tennessee Titans into the AFC South lead Sunday.Now the bruising back can focus on other daunting tasks, like clinching the division title and making … more
ATLANTA — Deion Jones took off the other way, raising the ball in the air long before he got to the end zone.Derek Carr watched the pick-six unfold from his knees, slamming the turf in disgust … more
Walker Valley's record-setting gridiron season is still being celebrated as 13 Mustangs were among the Region 4-5A honorees this week. more
WASHINGTON — Behind 18 points from junior Luke Smith (Knoxville), Belmont University defeated Queens (N.C.), 73-61, Saturday to win the DC Paradise Jam championship. more
BAXTER — After enjoying a big Thanksgiving feast, the Bradley Central Bearettes had a sour dessert — a big slice of humble pie. more
The Pittsburgh Steelers placed running back James Conner on the COVID-19 list on Saturday, while their scheduled opponent next Tuesday, the division rival Baltimore Ravens, added six more players to … more
Monday, Nov. 30 BOWLING Soddy-Daisy at Bradley Central (Leisure Time), 3:30 Signal Mountain at Walker Valley (Leisure Time), 3:30 more
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Florida’s Kyle-to-Kyle connection returned in a big way after a two-week hiatus and put the sixth-ranked Gators on the verge of the Southeastern Conference championship … more
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky interim women's basketball coach Kyra Elzy suspended All-America guard Rhyne Howard for two games and guard Tatyana Wyatt for three on Wednesday, just hours before … more
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