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POLK COUNTY 4-H members who participated in the recent SEC Eastern Region 4-H Project Achievement Day included, from front left, Carden Kimsey and Addicyn Thompson; back, Peyton Williamson, Lucy Hawkins and Will Paxton.   more
Five Bradley County schools will have new principals at their helms as teachers and students alike get ready for the 2018-19 school year. Developments such as the retirements of two local … more
Knights of Columbus Donation to Life Bridges more
With the opiate crisis running rampant, families are looking for ways to help those they love who need treatment. Getting them into treatment becomes even harder if their loved one is not willing. This is when Intervention can become key. more

The Bradley County Emergency Communications District Board of Directors met Friday morning to finish out the 2017-2018 fiscal year budget and approve the 2018-2019 budget proposal.

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Cathy Hoggatt, Suzanne Dailey, Bryon Wilson, Brandon Coffel, Audrey Ellis, Lindsey Siler, Kim Cross, Christi Long, Debbie Huttenhoff, Brenda … more
Fox Chosen as VP for Finance and Operations at CSCC more
Cleveland State Community College recently selected Jennifer Bledsoe as the Chief of Campus Police. Prior to accepting this position, Bledsoe served as a POST Certified Police Officer for 18 … more
Just under 100 people turned out Saturday morning for a  tribute to Polk County native William "Bill" Norwood at the West Polk County Library.Norwood, a Cleveland resident, passed away … more
Those wishing to observe Independence Day with loud pops and bright explosions of color can do so during two fireworks displays in Cleveland on Wednesday night. Mount Olive Ministries and … more
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