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The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has apologized for mistakenly raiding a Cleveland family’s home instead of the target house next door.

Community National Bank of Dayton recently named Phil Barnes as the new bank president. As a privately-owned bank since 1982, where decisions continue to be made locally, Barnes will oversee all … more
Taylor Elementary School recently carried on its tradition of observing a holiday which is not widely celebrated today — Loyalty Day. For more than 20 years, the school has been hosting an … more
The Bradley County Health Council’s May meeting featured representatives of Hiwassee Mental Health Center and the Bradley County Coordinated School Health as its keynote speakers on Tuesday. … more
This year’s Stamp Out Hunger food drive was a resounding success, according to Mike Williams, organizer of the event locally.The campaign, which is conducted by Cleveland United States Postal … more
First Day of Summer and Already 16 U.S. Children Have Died in Hot Cars  Safety Advocates urge parents to implement ‘Look Before You Lock’ Safety Checklist  more
Advance Financial, one of the nation’s leading financial technology companies with an office in Cleveland, has welcomed its 1,000th employee. The milestone hiring comes as the company continues … more
The first of three new principals expected to be leading Bradley County schools this fall has been named. Dr. Heather Hayes, who has been serving as interim principal at Waterville Community … more
A lone sentinel standing resolutely against the elements as its gaze sweeps across the former land of the Cherokees, sculptor Peter Toth’s statue “Cherokee Chieftain” stands tall even though it has long endured heat and humidity, sleet and snow, wind and rain, as well as the threat of burrowing insects. But the wooden statue’s maker has arrived in Cleveland to refurbish the wood sculpture. more

Appalachian Animal Clinic Offering Low-Cost Spay/Neuter in June  

One female cat of breeding age can eventually lead to 2 million more cats, and one female dog can lead to 67,000 more dogs in their lifetime. Appalachian Animal Clinic wants to help reduce pet overpopulation in Bradley County and the rest of the region. 
For the entire month of June – Appalachian Animal Clinic is offering 20 percent off spay/neuter surgeries. 
Beyond helping prevent pet overpopulation, spay/neuter surgery can prevent infections and tumors, reduce risk of cancer and prostate disease plus reduce roaming and aggression. 

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