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Twenty Years of Service and Champion Biscuit Maker more
FRIDAY, APRIL 27 [+ Sat the 28th]Calloe Zerk, Jeff Brewer, Paulette Pugh,  Miechelle Forgey, Shirley  Baker, Rhonda Davis, Robin Harmon, Randy Lamm, Beverly Goodwin … more
Bradley County voters turned out in large numbers as the 2018 Republican Primary came to a close Tuesday night. 15,552 voters cast their ballots, which is 25.28 percent of the 61,531 resgistered voters. more
The Cleveland Speedway has seen more starts and stops in the last few years than a rain-delayed race. more
The Tennessee Department of Transportation and the Tennessee Highway Patrol will be testing the fog zone alert system on Interstate 75 in Bradley County on Sunday morning, beginning at 9 a.m. The … more
It was a big night for Polk County's  mountaintop communities Tuesday in the  primary election. Two candidates from the upper communities won in key races.Mitchell Hicks slipped by Kelley … more
Oak Grove Ruritan Club will have its annual pancake breakfast on May 12, 8 to 10 a.m., at Jenkins Deli. The breakfast is an all you care to eat pancake and sausage event. The Oak Grove School student choir, led by Freda Burton, will entertain beginning at 9 a.m.  more
Bradley County officials hope to complete a few paving projects around local schools over the summer. The Bradley County Commission's Road Committee met earlier this week to review several items, … more
Leading up to the early voting period for the May 1 election, Bradley County Sheriff candidates – incumbent Eric Watson and challenger Steve Lawson – agreed to respond to a questionnaire covering several areas of interest to voters. The following comments are directly from the candidates, with limited Associated Press-style editing for spelling and grammar, as well as for clarity. more
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