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(Editor's Note: This is the last in a series exploring the worsening crisis of homelessness in the Cleveland and Bradley County community. Today's installment takes a look at the opinions of local … more
A Cleveland woman was arrested by the Cleveland Police Department last week on multiple drug charges after an officer discovered drug paraphernalia during a welfare check at a Fisher Street … more
SARAH POWELL shared the photos of daylillies and a beautiful rose. more
Students from the Cleveland and Bradley County school districts are getting ready to ride away on new bikes thanks to their perfect school attendance. Representatives of Cleveland Masonic Lodge … more
RON WAUGH shared the photo of the pink and blue hydrandea bush. more
 Judy Beasley, who is celebrating a birthday on Saturday. more
State Reps. Dan Howell (R-Georgetown) and Mark Hall (R-Cleveland), both said on Wednesday that while they support the resignation of Tennessee House of Representatives Speaker Glen Casada from his … more
KELLY WELLS shared the photo of a corn crop? more
Bradley County Democratic Party will meet July 15, 7 p.m., at the Cleveland Bradley County Library, 795 Church St. N.E.——— more
In February, Tennova Healthcare – Cleveland and the Chaplains/Cleveland Net came together to celebrate Annual Day of Prayer at the hospital’s Chapel. “We offered the Blessing of the Hands ceremony last year during nurse’s week and it was so impactful and appreciated by our staff that we wanted to join in during the annual day of prayer,” states Laura Franklin, assistant chief nursing officer. During nurse’s week, we witnessed the chaplain’s praying with our staff and thanking them for their sacrifices. Many were brought to tears as they asked that their hands be empowered to bring comfort and healing to those they touch. From the nurse’s week event last year, we recognized how many people touch our patient’s lives and opened it to all of our staff. “We wanted our employees to know how thankful we are for all that they do,” states Lisa Childers, assistant chief executive officer. The response from the chaplains as well as our employees was overwhelming. more
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