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U.S. Rep Scott DesJarlais (R-4th District) said Thursday if shutting down the U.S. government is down to a debate between keeping the military adequately funded or allowing illegal immigrants to … more
By BRIAN GRAVES Staff Writer Criminal Court Judge Andrew Mark Freiberg reinforced the opinions of many that opioids are a “faceless enemy.” His remarks were made at the monthly luncheon … more
In eight weeks it is possible to make healthy habits part of your everyday life or learn to hold a simple conversation in a new language. With the help of Family Promise of Bradley County (FPBC) it is also possible in eight weeks for a family to receive support to transition from homelessness.  more
Prospect Church of God begins a revival today, 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m., with Evangelist Leon Jones. The services continue through Wednesday, 7 nightly. There will be special singing at each … more
Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland was treated to a surprise walk down memory lane as the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce honored him for more than a quarter century of service and support for the … more
The Cleveland Animal Shelter received a generous contribution from the community's two Food City stores, and Food City shoppers, on Wednesday.Food City South Store Manager Mitch Cochran and Food City … more
With more than $9 million of infrastructure on the boards, there has to be something in downtown Cleveland to draw people to the town’s center. more
Three weeks into the second half of Tennessee’s 110th General Assembly, two local legislators are encouraged by the progress made in two key areas: combatting the worsening opioid epidemic and … more
Cody McCarver to perform Friday at Cowboy Jubilee more
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