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Put on your sunglasses and get ready to say cheese, because Selfie Stop Photo Booth is bringing its state-of-the-art photo equipment to local venues to document cherished memories in the most fun way … more
 McDonald Black Fox Ruritans will have a spaghetti dinner and bake sale Saturday, 6 p.m., at the clubhouse on McDonald School road. Cost will be $6 per person. Money raised will benefit the … more
“Tomb Raider” smashes into the box office as an action-packed, enjoyable adventure film, despite its lack of publicity. Based on the popular video game series, “Tomb Raider” had a … more
McDonald United Methodist Church will host an Easter egg hunt on Saturday, from 2 to 4 p.m. The church is providing games, face painting, storytelling and bounce houses for all to … more
Tim Hilton gave a sobering address on Thursday night.But, that's what he's supposed to do.“I’m more nervous tonight because I decided to go unscripted and go with the heart,” the community … more
A bill making its way through the Tennessee State Legislature to allow certain teachers to carry weapons onto campus would not have any affect on Cleveland and Bradley County. more
Editor's Note: Because of the number of questions asked during the Bradley County/Cleveland 911 Director Search Committee's interviews of three candidates, coverage is being provided in a three-part series in the Cleveland Daily Banner. The final installment is published today. Candidates were questioned on several topics earlier this week, including team building and managing subordinates, working with other agencies, and dealing with the public. more
When the Cleveland Board of Education passed its $49,198,240 budget for the 2018-19 year on Thursday, it did so knowing the “fully balanced” budget would not only cover existing needs but provide … more
The Cleveland Board of Education passed its general fund budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year during a special called meeting Thursday. The budget, which totals $49,198,240, includes salary step … more
Karl Dean spent two terms in the mayor's office in Nashville, from 2007 to 2015, then went back to school.Dean has been teaching at Belmont University, prior to re-entering the political arena this … more
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