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There will be a number of changes in Polk County government following this year's General Election on Thursday.Among the definite changes will be new faces in the Polk County Executive and County … more
Patsy Neeley is a local artisan whose art is not to be displayed on the canvas, but is right at home in the shower. Fascinated with lye soap after using it for the first time at Dollywood, … more
It was back-to-school Monday for Cleveland City Schools system teachers who were up early to attend a Teacher In-Service event at Cleveland High School, signaling that summer break is officially over … more
Angie Sanford has spent a majority of her adult life in the Polk County Clerk's Office, watching the community grow up around her.After more than 33 straight years as Polk County clerk, eight … more
The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library Board met recently in a formal gathering, discussing not only the library's positive community impact, but also voting on its new board officers. … more
Cleveland has embarked on several ambitious projects throughout the city in an effort to “re-imagine” the functionality of its parks and recreation venues, reflecting the city’s commitment to … more
Scott Oliver, administrator at the Bradley County Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, is seeking assistance from the board of directors in evaluating the facility's hospice program.Oliver, and … more
There has been a changing of the guard for the Bradley County Branch of the NAACP.Cynthia Humes, a longtime educator in the community, is stepping up from her vice presidency to fill the formidable … more
The annual Buckner Shoes for Orphan Souls drive, in partnership with Moody 88.9 FM radio, kicks off Wednesday, and is set to run through Aug. 30, culminating in the big packing party at the drive’s … more
Dr. Bradley Huttenhoff, founder of Appalachian Animal Clinic, announces retirement more
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