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CSCC accepting nominations for annual Community First Awards

 Cleveland State Community College is currently accepting nominations for its Fourth Annual Community First Awards and Gala to honor individuals who have a passion for giving back to the communities they serve. The Community First Awards will recognize those individuals who go above and beyond in their work and service to others.

Attorneys representing Meigs County landowner Greg Vital filed a motion against the Tennessee Valley Authority late Friday to set aside the court’s order giving TVA immediate access … more
The Tennessee Department of Education recently released its 2017-18 School Report Card for schools statewide, and this year’s version features a new design meant to be easier for the public to … more
100 Days in Office Today marks my 100th day in office. I was proud to take over as your Bradley County Sheriff on Sept. 1. It is the honor of a lifetime to serve. Over the last 100 days we have been busy working hard each day to make the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office better than the day before. I campaigned on that promise, and will continue to make that my daily goal as Sheriff. During that time, we have made great strides in certain areas. We have much work yet to do, and daily challenges arise, but that is the job I was elected to do. I am proud of the team we have in place to address these challenges, and I and grateful for their hard work in achieving all we have in such a short time. more
Local Scouts to Ring Bells at Cleveland Salvation Army Red Kettles on December 15th Scouts from local Cub Scout packs and Boy Scout troops from the Cherokee Area Council’s Ocoee District will serve as bell ringers at several of Cleveland’s Salvation Army kettle locations on Saturday, Dec. 15. The “Ocoee District Kettle Day” has been organized by District volunteers in conjunction with the Cleveland Corps of the Salvation Army. Scouts hope to raise more than $6,000 in donations for use by the local Corps. Cleveland area Scouts will solicit donations to the familiar red kettles at both the north and south Walmart locations, the north and south Food City locations, Cooke’s Food Store, Hobby Lobby, Fresh-N-Low, JCPenney and the Bradley Square Mall entrance near Stadium BBQ. Cub Scout packs planning to participate include Pack 3075, Pack 3477, Pack 3136, Pack 3044 and Pack 3217. Boy Scout troops include Troop 10, Troop 75 and Troop 44. Scout bell ringers will be at kettle locations from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Dec. 15. more
Members of the military, partnering with local businesses, stepped up recently to assist the widow of a local hero.In return, they received a glimpse of some of the hero's fondest memories.Liz … more
Showing livestock isn’t just about chasing pigs around the ring, according to Cora Key, University of Tennessee Livestock Judging team member and judge of the 2018 Market Hog Show in Bradley … more
Members of the Cleveland Civitan Club recently donated necessities and Christmas gifts to the Salvation Army Angel Tree. The Angel Tree program supports disadvantaged children from infants to 12 and senior citizens, 60 or older. From left are Martin Mabry, Joan Brown, Jeanne Mabry, Linda Wheeler, Betty Haralson, Lee Tate and Luci Zwierzynski. Civitan President Rachel Brannen was among the Civitan members helping Monica Luithe, Salvation Army Social Services coordinator, process Angel Tree donations. more
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