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Debbie Moore, president of the Trail of Tears Association, will be speaking about the Trail of Tears … more
Jimmy Gentry, Dana Sledge, Mellissa Simpson and Josh Brooks, who are celebrating birthdays today ...  more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Officefor its fifth annual Seatbelts Are For Everyone campaign. This statewide  SAFE initiative is designed to increase seatbelt usage and child passenger safety restraint usage through the implementation of occupant-protection programs, public events, and checkpoints throughout local communities across Tennessee. The SAFE campaign begins today and concludes on Aug. 1.
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Today, Bradley County Schools is kicking off a series of events and activities to observe Career and Technical Education Month during the month of February. The Association for Career & … more
Despite questioning auditors with the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury and rephrasing their questions in several ways, some members of the Bradley County Commission’s Audit Committee didn’t seem to be convinced when more findings weren’t announced related to the Fiscal Year 2017 audit report. Those committee members wanted to go beyond that report to concerns regarding items apparently not covered to their satisfaction.  more
Middle school students in Polk County have recorded a significant improvement in learning achievement this year, thanks to a grant from the Verizon Foundation.The Polk County Schools system was one … more
The letter the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs secretary will receive in a few days urging the approval of federal funding for the long-awaited state veterans home in Bradley County is sure to … more
The initiative to improve the Blythe-Oldfield community which has been known as “Impact Cleveland” now has a new name and a larger mission. more
Leaders with Cleveland City Schools shared the school district’s latest set of goals with members of their Parent Advisory Council on Tuesday. Kelly Kiser, supervisor of federal projects and … more
The Cleveland Municipal Planning Commission broached the idea of the city completely annexing APD 40. more
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