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REBA TERRY shared this photo she took in Jal, N.M., last year while visiting her sister. She said, as you travel State Highway 18, “a real cattle drive” appears; “but in reality it is a huge … more
Cane, an Australian Shepard owned by Bailey Jones, is seen here overlooking the hayfields at Creekridge after the first day of sunshine in several weeks. Creekridge is the home of Janie and Allan … more
Cissie Graham Lynch, Voices of Lee to be featured at SCWN breakfast more
Bluegrass Gospel musician/singer/songwriter Carl Towns from Northwest Georgia will perform at the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee this Friday.  “Carl is an amazing musician with a long history of playing multiple instruments, writing songs, and singing,” said Joel Moore, producer of the free weekly music event.  more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is asking for assistance in locating a teenage female reported to have run away. According to the BCSO, Halie Baumann, 17, was last seen wearing a purple … more
Cleveland Utilities safety manager Nathan Vann reports the utility has improved in every Occupational Safety & Health Administration safety category from the previous year.His remarks were made … more
Local hospital Tennova-Cleveland will not be affected by the expiration of its parent company’s network provider agreement with United Healthcare.According to media reports, Tennova Healthcare … more
A Bradley County grand jury indicted Tiffany Isaza on Monday in connection with an alcohol-related, single-vehicle accident that took place late last year.During her arraignment, Isaza, 38, pleaded … more
A Cleveland High School student and star basketball player seen in a cellphone video assaulting a young female pleaded guilty to a lesser charge during a recent General Sessions Court hearing.Dionte … more
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