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Meadowfork Singers will sing Sunday, 2 p.m., at Sunrise Baptist Church.———Revival is underway, 7 nightly, at Solid Rock Baptist Church, 4975 Highway 11 South,  with evangelist Scott … more
The Beaty Cemetery and J.W. Triplet Cemetery will have the annual cleanup day on Saturday, 8 a.m. Bring your own equipment to lend a hand. Those who would like … more
CHATTANOOGA –TDOT personnel and contract crews began work Thursday to repair a section of SR-68 near log mile 5 in Rhea County that is currently closed due to a slide occurred earlier this … more
Mike Smith will enter his fourth term as Bradley County Trustee without opposition in the May 1 primary. more
“Blockers,” the new film starring John Cena, is a knee-slapping comedy that brings not only raunchy laughs to the forefront, but also strong metaphors for teenage sexuality. The film … more
The fifth annual MainStreet Downtown Dine Around tantalized participants’ taste buds on Thursday evening, as they sampled offerings from 11 restaurants in a single night. … more
James Smith,  Brid-gette Webb, Josh Burdin, Kendra Gray,  Sonny Hicks, Penny Callihan, Angie Kyker,  Connie Riddle, Amber Wilson, Whitney Gill and Terry Calhoun and Matt Pettit, who are … more
Wacker Polysilicon North America officials announced today the Charleston plant has safely resumed operations for the production of polysilicon. Using a phase-in approach, Wacker has begun the … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office will host its second annual SOS – Sheriff’s Office Summer – Camps in July. According to a BCSO news release, the fundamental purpose of the free youth … more
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