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Chamber to Celebrate 25th Small Businessperson of the Year Award more
CHEWY was surrendered to the SPCA of Bradley County on Dec 12, 2017. He is getting close to his second birthday, May 22, and weighs 55 lbs. Hancock loves taking long walks and lounging around on the couch afterward. He even seems to be housebroken in his kennel. Chewy prefers to keep a few close mature friends, no children please. If you’re interested in meeting or have any questions about Chewy, come to the SPCA of Bradley County or call us at 790-1915. more
 Dustin Tommey,  executive director of City Fields (formerly Impact Cleveland) will be the speaker Monday, March 19, for the noon meeting of … more
The Polk County Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a series of political forums, beginning on Saturday.Additional forums are scheduled for the following two Saturdays, April 21 and 28. The information … more
Life Care bestows 2018 directors of nursing awards   more
For the couple of hundred people who attended Sunday night's Prayer Revival at Bradley Central High School, their response to a complaint about prayer before a football game last October was to … more
Cleveland City Schools recently named its 2018-19 district-level Teachers of the Year.  This year’s three district-level honorees are: Krislyn Martin (grades pre-K-4), Joshua Foggin (grades … more
Lee Fly Fishing to Host Film and Fly Shootout   The Lee University Fly Fishing Program will host the Film and Fly Shootout, a fly casting tournament, followed by the premiere of … more
Christie Marie Brown, Jim Suiter, Ernie Scroggins, Tim Smith, Belinda Whitten, John Bischof, Emily Cole, Mark Harris and Charlie Dunn, who are celebrating … more
Bradley County residents who loved Easter and are hopping to get started with spring will have the chance Saturday with the year’s first Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day event.Set for 8 … more
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