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 Christian Country singing sensation Christian Davis of Nashville will headline the free music concert  Friday night at the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee. "Christian Davis, is possibly most … more
Historical and Genealogical Society to meet Sunday more
County Clerk Donna Simpson said she anticipated being open for business at her office's temporary location on Tuesday.The office has been moved to the former FSG Bank branch located at the Village … more
Impact Cleveland Director Dustin Tommey had quite a positive impact at the Kiwanis Club luncheon Thursday, bringing club members up to date on accomplishments and improvements in the Blythe/Oldfield … more
More than 500 people descended on the grounds of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library to view Monday’s total solar eclipse. The size of the crowd was a surprise, perhaps swollen from … more
Some of Bradley County Schools’ career and technical education classes will soon reap the benefits of a sizable grant the district received this school year. The Tennessee Department of … more
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An incident this afternoon around 3:40 p.m. at Wacker Polysilicon in Charleston is reportedly due to a mechanical failure. more
Four people were injured in a chemical release at the Wacker Polysilicon North America plant near Charleston late Wednesday morning. According to Bill Toth, director of corporate communications … more
Concerned law enforcement officers and residents of the community worried about a missing young girl who did not return home overnight Thursday had smiles and sighs of relief after 10-year-old Aletha … more
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