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EDITOR’S NOTE: Because of the number of questions asked during the Bradley County Republican Party Sheriff Debate, as well as available publication space, coverage of the event will be included in the Cleveland Daily Banner in two articles. Today’s edition includes the first article and the second article will be in Monday’s edition.

Both incumbent Sheriff Eric Watson and challenger Steve Lawson presented their cases for being elected sheriff during Saturday’s Bradley County Republican Party Sheriff Debate. The event was held at Bradley Central High School’s Fine Arts Building and drew a crowd of Lawson supporters wearing navy blue shirts and Watson supporters wearing yellow.

I watch the news and read the papers, and feel sorry for those in the Northeast and in New England dealing with the nor'easter bringing heavy snows. It reminds me of almost exactly 25 years … more
Tennova-Healthcare – Cleveland has formally submitted its Letter of Intent to the state of Tennessee to build a freestanding emergency department in Bradley County. more
Two Bradley countians will be honored today at the 10th Annual Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards ceremony which honors volunteers from 57 counties at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs in Franklin. more
Simpson Construction Company, a Cleveland-based bridge construction company, will become a division of Summers-Taylor Inc. on April 1. Carlos Simpson founded Simpson shortly after World War II … more
Weichert affiliated offices in the Cleveland area have recently added the following  individuals to their team:• Alyssa Chancey, who joins a dedicated team of knowledgeable agents … more
The Diageo Corporation recently named Nicole Austin as the new  general manager and distiller of the newly-formed Cascade Hollow Distilling Company, the former George Dickel Distillery in … more
Special to the Banner Markietta Munck and the Re/max Experience have announced the addition of April Humphrey to the Cleveland office. Humphrey joins the Re/max experience at 4526 Mouse Creek … more
2nd District Commissioner Louie Alford more
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