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As local businessman Allan Jones sold the venerable Hardwick Clothes last month, he felt conflicted about what he had accomplished during his ownership. In one way, he saved the clothing … more
Lee’s Performing Arts Series to continue with Frances Luke Accord   more
Bowater Credit Union donates $1,000 each to Isaiah 117 House, McMinn County Amateur Radio Club more
La Quinta Inn & Suites in Cleveland has been selected as the Global Hotel of the Year out of 9,200 hotels across the globe in the Wyndham hotel chain. more
The reigning Miss Tennessee was in her element during a visit to Cleveland and meetings with students at Cleveland Middle School Friday morning.Brianna Mason is a first-grade teacher in the Ravenwood … more
Just as it was last year, the Tennessee Sandhill Crane Festival was met with wet weather Saturday morning to begin its festivities. But the rain and cold couldn’t keep curious attendees from taking … more
After a tense countdown, Walker Valley High School finally revealed its new mascot logo during a pep rally on Friday with its student body, past and present. The new logo commemorates 20 years since the groundbreaking at Walker Valley in May 1999.

After multiple repair and improvement projects, the Bradley County Juvenile Detention Center is in “a really good place,” according to Juvenile Director Vickie Towne. Speaking last week to the Bradley County Commission’s Juvenile Committee, Towne said she is “really pleased” with the completed projects.


"The danger of silence  allows evil to flourish. Bigotry and hatred are not as dangerous as silence."

— Dr. Martin Luther King

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