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The 28th East Tennessee License Plate Meet will be held on Saturday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Tri-State Exhibition Center in the Exhibit Hall. For more information, call Joe Sharp at 559-0836. more
BRENDAN FOLEY of Eaton Electrical received the company’s Stover Award, which was named to honor James R. Stover, chairman of the board of Eaton from 1986 through 1991. Throughout his distinguished … more
Bradley County commissioners voted 11-3 to create an ad hoc committee to study the possible parameters and costs of a forensic audit of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office budget. The idea … more
The Tennessee Highway Safety Office is promoting National Child Passenger Safety Week to educate parents and caregivers on proper methods to secure and protect child passengers. Today through … more
Members of the Charleston City Commission said they received many calls on the day of the chemical release at the Wacker Polysilicon North America plant, but did not have any information to pass … more
(AP) — These lotteries were drawn TENNESSEE Saturday Cash 3 Evening: 0-0-6, Lucky Sum: 6 Cash 3 Midday: 4-6-0, Lucky Sum: 10 Cash 3 Morning: 9-0-4, Lucky Sum: 13 Cash 4 Evening: … more
More than 500 people descended on the grounds of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library to view Monday’s total solar eclipse. The size of the crowd was a surprise, perhaps swollen from … more
When the 2017 Bradley County tax statements are prepared in October, taxpayers who have requested e-billing or anyone who took advantage by paying their 2016 tax bill through the website … more
Charleston Elementary School now has a dedicated lab space where students can experience activities related to science, technology, engineering, art … more
The Dove Quartet will be featured today during the morning service at Bethel Baptist Tabernacle. ———— Dr. Bill Simmons will be the speaker for the His Hands Extended Devotional at … more
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