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Angie Sanford has spent a majority of her adult life in the Polk County Clerk's Office, watching the community grow up around her.After more than 33 straight years as Polk County clerk, eight … more
URBAN LEAGUE OF GREATER CHATTANOOGA NEEDS IRS VOLUNTEER TAX PREPARERS more
Claude Kramer, Yoshonia Masingill, Meleah Geren, Gilbert Geren, Wendell Ingram, Scott Williams, Tyra Murphy, Savannah Cook, Jamison Dottore, Jahdeza … more
The identity of a man who was struck and killed by a vehicle on Paul Huff Parkway early Wednesday morning has been released.According to Cleveland Police Department Public Information Officer Sgt. … more
Lee University's  Military Appreciation Day held in April has funded the first-ever Bobby Taylor Scholarship with a record amount.The baseball gala and recognition ceremony each spring has … more
Organizers of two local July Fourth fireworks displays — one off Highway 64 and one near Bradley Square Mall — are hoping for an explosive night of fun tonight.  Bradley County Commissioner … more
Two candidates for the District 4 seat on the Bradley County Board of Education recently responded to a Cleveland Daily Banner questionnaire which asked about topics of interest to voters.Incumbent … more
Doug Berry, vice president of economic development for the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, has confirmed development of the Spring Branch Industrial Park is under budget, and its completion … more
An early morning blaze in downtown Benton destroyed three buildings belonging to Mercy Tabernacle Church.The fire was still smoldering at daylight, and arson investigators and other officials were on … more
Decoration Day will be held at Cofer Cemetery on Sunday, with the business meeting beginning at 1 p.m. ——— Agape Place Church of God will hold a yard sale on June 2, from 7 a.m. to noon. … more
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