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BENTON — USDA Forest Service officials at the Cherokee National Forest say the water system serving the Chilhowee Recreation Area in Polk County is being replaced. The campground was scheduled to … more
God's Lighthouse Tabernacle International Ministries, 304 20th St. S.E., will have its fifth anniversary celebration. Services are today, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., with a catered brunch provided.   On … more
 Dustin Tommey,  executive director of City Fields (formerly Impact Cleveland) will be the speaker Monday, March 19, for the noon meeting of … more
Briana Hyde, Larry Mason, Mike Bell, Kristi Cawood, Toni Haney and Clarke Taylor, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Ben and Judy Buffington, who are celebrating … more
Bill Lee, a Tennessee gubernatorial candidate, announced his intention to seek the office last April and kicked off by visiting 95 counties in 95 days. He followed up with a tractor tour, the “Rural Road Trip,” driving from Mountain City to Memphis. He is now on his “Faith in Tennessee” tour, traveling to visit nonprofit and faith-based nonprofit organizations, as well as community organizations that partner with them. more
(Editor’s note: A central part of the National School Walkout observance Wednesday at Cleveland High School was a speech delivered by CHS senior Breana Shields. Below is a transcript of her speech … more

The City of Cleveland, and Cleveland Utilities, have received one of three traditional wastewater loans from the state, a part of Tennessee’s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Loan Program. The three projects being funded by the loans are for corrections, or improvements. 

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