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“I couldn’t believe my eyes when this handsome bird landed on our suet feeder! He posed for me for about 30 seconds and then he flew away. This was the first time I had ever seen this bird and I … more
Fourteen-year-old Gracie Glover took this photo of a cornfield at night. Her mother, Ashley Fairbanks, submitted the photo. more
Cleveland City Schools student population continues to grow, up 130 students from last year.CCS Director Dr. Russell Dyer told members of the Rotary Club of Cleveland Tuesday the school system … more
Kim and Danny Ledford hugged and chatted with well-wishers Tuesday at Shane’s Rib Shack where a birthday celebration was held for their late son, Dustin Ledford. Dustin was killed by an … more
(Editor's Note: This is the seventh in a series exploring poverty in Bradley County and the Ocoee Region, as well as the growing number of local families struggling to survive as the "working … more
Bradley County is joining communities across the state asking for a change to the statewide 911 surcharge rate paid for all devices capable of calling 911. more
Residents of the Reliance community in Polk County will be honoring one of their favorite sons on Friday, when the U.S. 411 Highway bridge over the Hiwassee River is named for the late William K. … more
With the pending arrival to Cleveland of acclaimed ghost hunter Miranda Young to investigate the mystery behind the city's official spook — Tall Betsy —  the research of genealogist Michael … more
An acclaimed ghost hunter will be coming to Cleveland a week shy of Halloween to investigate a century-long mystery.On Thursday, Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m., Miranda Young, a.k.a. Ghost Biker, the founder … more
  Marimba soloist Dr. Andrew Harnsberger will present a faculty recital at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21, in Lee University’s Pangle Hall. The program will also welcome guest percussion … more
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