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Roy “Peno” Odom will celebrate his 85th birthday on Monday, Sept. 24. He is married to Jewel. He has four children: Doug, David, Dennis and Dana; six grandchildren and eight … more
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Ocoee Middle School recently held a series of anti-bullying assemblies which stressed the importance of students being kind to one another. A “Colts Care Rally” was held for each grade at … more

Voters who want to exercise property rights voting in the Nov. 6 election have a little more than two weeks to register for the opportunity.

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While the races for Tennessee’s next governor and U.S. Senator are drawing a lot of attention and strong comments, a local ballot question doesn’t seem to have garnered much conversation: whether to permit retail package stores to sell alcoholic beverages in the city of Cleveland. more

A former inmate of the Bradley County Jail has filed a class action lawsuit against Bradley County, former sheriff Eric Watson and three other Bradley County Sheriff’s Office employees. The complaint centers on medical care offered to inmates at the jail, but also includes claims related to prisoner deaths, jail overcrowding, failure of jail inspections and funding for medical care, among others.

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Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks and former Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland offered support recently for the Civil Air Patrol by attending the monthly third Saturday drive in/fly in pancake breakfast at the … more
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