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Cleveland's Jon Ellis knew that there was little chance of survivors from a plane crash near the Tellico Hatchery, but he wanted to help efforts to lead U.S. Navy officials to the site. He spent this … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office received no findings in its Fiscal Year 2017 report, and that now includes the extra concerns and allegations passed on to state auditors. Although the … more
A watchnight service, "Preaching in the New Year," will begin at 10:30 p.m. today at Bethel Baptist Tabernacle. more
Are you ready to play? Chaco is a Lab mix who is full of playful energy. Chaco is approximately 1 year old and weighs in at 65 pounds. He’d be an amazing hiking, jogging, fetch, maybe even rock climbing buddy. He prefers to be your one and only, and needs someone with the same energy level as him. If you’re interested in meeting or have any questions about goofy Chaco, come to the SPCA of Bradley County or call 423-790-1915.
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The Bradley County Young Republicans helped distribute 100 turkeys during a recent event at the Cleveland/Bradley County Library.Chick-fil-A, Jake Duos-State Farm, The Medicine Shoppe and Gemelli’s … more
The cost of lawsuits against Bradley County may mean increased insurance rates in the next fiscal year. The Bradley County Finance Committee discussed the issue during a meeting Monday afternoon when County Commission Chairman Louie Alford asked for clarification on the payment of lawsuits. more
When I first campaigned to be the sheriff of Bradley County, I promised to take the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office in a new direction. more
CSCC Athens Center Hosts 2018 Ticket to Service??ATHENS — Cleveland State Community College Athens Center is hosting its second annual Ticket to Service Volunteer Showcase at the Athens Center on Wednesday, February 14 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. The purpose of this event is to connect students with service agencies in McMinn and Monroe Counties in order for them to become aware of volunteer opportunities and ways in which they may become more involved in the community. Last year’s event celebrated a showcase at the movies, and this year, the theme is “A Heart to Serve” and will center around a sock hop with 1950’s music, Coke floats and Cracker Jacks. We are excited about our second annual Ticket to Service event – A Heart to Serve,” stated Elizabeth Ann Brown, Tennessee Promise Success Coach. “We have planned a fun, interactive event for the students with a 1950’s sock hop theme. Representatives from various service agencies will be on hand to familiarize the students with their operations and to provide them with volunteer opportunities. We will also be hosting the Medic Blood Mobile and will also have a voter registration table set up. It is our goal to better acquaint the students with their community and to give them the opportunity to give back. The public is also invited to come donate blood from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.” more
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