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A new 13-week session of DivorceCare will begin Monday, 6 to 8 p.m., at First United Methodist, 146 Scenic Drive, in Copperhill. more
The Family Ties group will sing Sunday, 11 a.m., at Hampton Drive Baptist Church. There will be no Sunday school or evening service. Lunch will be served.——— … more
A state legislator has failed in his attempt to make Tennessee one of what would have been one of four states to adopt a law that would have saved Tennesseans the hassle of setting and resetting their clocks twice a year. more
Holy Bat-Cow! Casual used car shoppers got a surprise on Thursday, March 8, if they stopped to shop at the Cleveland Buy Here Pay Here location. The officially licensed 1966 “Batmobile #5” was parked and on display for patrons to experience and shoot photos with. more
The search for the new director of the Bradley County Emergency Communications District is continuing smoothly, with three applicants chosen for interviews by the Bradley County/Cleveland 911 Director Search Committee. more
The Bradley County Board of Education took a vote during its Thursday meeting which will result in a visible increase in security at the two county high schools.The board unanimously gave its … more
Bradley County’s two state House representatives  recently voted in favor of a bill which would reduce penalties for a first-offense violation of carrying a gun without a permit in … more
Bradley County Sheriff Eric Watson held a news conference Thursday to contradict information contained in a Chattanooga newspaper article. The article claims he endangered people locally during a May … more
Bruce Willis’ “Death Wish” remake is a massive testament to the power and stability of the Second Amendment, while also creating an incredibly entertaining film. I have to admit, I’m … more
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