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Two requests from citizens regarding speed limits have been forwarded to the Bradley County Commission’s Road Committee. Commissioner Charlotte Peak brought the issues up during Monday night’s commission work session.

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This year's Polk County election will feature some interesting races,  some changes in major offices, and wide participation for six Polk County Commission seats.But, Election Administrator … more
Bradley County seems to have been spared the plague of potholes that have developed across the state. more
The improvements to Highway 60 will get a full day of notice as three local boards will be discussing the project which is already in the preparation stages. more
The Bradley County Trustee’s Office will be closed Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for training. Mike Smith, trustee, announced this does not affect the office’s normal opening (8:30 a.m.) and … more
With age comes experience; this phrase has never held more truth than when referring to Jessie Coppock, an Old Fort resident who recently turned 97 years old. A member of Boanerges Baptist … more
DeeAun Leamon excited over the "precious gift" daughter Candi Smith made for her marking DeeAun's status as a cancer survivor ... Tim Stinnett and Jake Smiley both happily launching new careers ... … more
Revival continues through Wednesday, 7 nightly,  at Ridgeview Baptist Church, 1501 South Ocoee St., with evangelist Bill Ellis.  ———Dr. Dan Black will be the speaker Wednesday, 7 … more
MONDAY, MARCH 26Knox Anderson, Mark Truelove, Amanda Guy, Joni Havener, Elizabeth Peterson, Greg Rush and Paul McClary, who are celebrating birthdays today. more
Taste the Nations of Cleveland, a campaign to celebrate the international flavor present in the local business community, is now fully underway. Clevelanders are being encouraged to grab their … more
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