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“Strangers: Prey at Night” managed to limp its way into theaters for what was a completely useless and tiresome sequel that could have been great, but fell short due to its numerous shortcomings. … more
Plans continue to be underway for the Secure Our Schools March event two local mothers are organizing to speak out about the importance of school security. The event is slated for Saturday at 3 … more
The Polk County Commission acted on multiple issues for Road Superintendent Roy Gene Thomason, approved a handful of budget amendments, made an appointment to the Polk County Planning Commission, and … more
In storybook lore, Chicken Little might have cried “The sky  is falling!” in reacting to news that Bradley County’s unemployment rate in January jumped by almost a full point. But in … more
The debut of the local BaCON Festival continues to be scheduled for  Saturday, April 14, on Cleveland's Greenway at Raider Drive, but questions have surfaced.It seems that an avalanche of social … more
Charleston-Calhoun-Hiwassee Historical Society will host Janet Rae Cantrell to share about her Starr family history. On Sunday, 3 p.m., at Hiwassee River Heritage Center, 8746 Hiwassee St. in Charlesotn. more
BENTON — USDA Forest Service officials at the Cherokee National Forest say the water system serving the Chilhowee Recreation Area in Polk County is being replaced. The campground was scheduled to … more
God's Lighthouse Tabernacle International Ministries, 304 20th St. S.E., will have its fifth anniversary celebration. Services are today, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., with a catered brunch provided.   On … more
 Dustin Tommey,  executive director of City Fields (formerly Impact Cleveland) will be the speaker Monday, March 19, for the noon meeting of … more
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