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Jerome Hammond will be the speaker for the His Hands Extended Devotional on Wednesday at Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St., at 7 a.m. ——— The Joyaires from Harriman will sing in the morning … more
Polk County's elected officials held their October meeting Thursday evening at the Copper Basin Community Center. They acted on some routine items, and discussed a couple of major concerns.Perhaps … more
Officials are predicting nearly 51 million motorists will travel 50 miles or less from their homes to celebrate Thanksgiving. Though those are national statistics, local law enforcement agencies know … more
SEVERAL VETERANS GATHERED on Friday at Jenkins Deli for a sponsored luncheon to honor Bradley County’s own, Bill Norwood, on POW-MIA Day. more
The Lee University School of Music will present the Faculty Gala featuring vocal and instrumental faculty on Monday at 7:30 p.m. in Pangle Hall. The gala was originally scheduled for Sept. 11, … more
Members of the County Commission visited the Bradley County Sheriff's Office garage facility Thursday, to review for themselves a series of vehicles the department want to put up for auction.The tour … more
Miss Wheelchair Tennessee 2017 Andrea Klein spoke of her experiences during a presentation to the Rotary Club of Cleveland. Klein recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the national Miss … more
Tenth District Criminal Court Judge Judge Sandra Donaghy said Bradley and the surrounding district counties appear to be in line to have a veterans court.Donaghy made her comments during an address … more
Ordained will sing at Hampton Drive Baptist Church in the Sunday morning service. more
The third annual Bendabout Farm International Polo Match got underway this weekend, and athletes are preparing for another match at 2 p.m. today. The farm, which is located off Lee Highway in … more
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