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Strengthening protections for human trafficking victims, honoring blind veterans while also advancing legislation that commemorates the courage of America’s POWs and MIAs, and opening the door for … more
(Editor’s note: A central part of the National School Walkout observance Wednesday at Cleveland High School was a speech delivered by CHS senior Breana Shields. Below is a transcript of her speech … more
It has been five years since state Sen. Todd Gardenhire began forming the idea that those students who were in Tennessee, brought here by undocumented parents, should be able to pay in-state tuition charges. more
For more than a year, the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce has been using its “Your Skills. Your Future” Inititive to convince students that working in the industrial sector can be a good thing. The local school systems, and systems across the state, are busy implementing courses which allow students to intern at companies and earn certificates that make it possible to jump directly from graduation into a career. more
With deadlines approaching for paying property taxes, the Bradley County Trustee’s Office has announced tax-collection satellites for the next two Saturdays.“The satellite locations have been … more
Joel and Cheryl Rogers are home. more

The City of Cleveland, and Cleveland Utilities, have received one of three traditional wastewater loans from the state, a part of Tennessee’s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Loan Program. The three projects being funded by the loans are for corrections, or improvements. 

Three local candidates with law enforcement, emergency communications and/or management experience are taking the next step in the process in the search for a new director of the Bradley County Emergency Communications District. more
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