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Carson Church, a fifth-grader at Black Fox Elementary, took this picture of a beautiful flower still shining strong in the mist of fall, while in photography club. more
Sharon Guy shared this bouquet of the last of her dahlias. more
tabatha holder took this photo as she drove from North Carolina to Tellico. “Amazing view of the mountains.” more
Tabatha Holder took this photo of Ellie the elephant, Holder’s daughter, enjoying her first Halloween. more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. more
Early voting concluded Thursday night in Bradley County, with 22,084 voters casting their ballots since the early voting period began on Oct. 17. more
The massive old Whirlpool Plant 1 building, which is identified as East and West Plant, will be gone by early next year.Doug Berry, vice president of economic development at the Cleveland-Bradley … more
Officials at the Tri-State Exhibition Center are used to hosting agricultural-based activities, but they can now add a fancier event to the facility’s résumé: Hats & Horses.The event Thursday … more
            If you've ever donated to the SPCA of Bradley County, the chances are high you'll be receiving a letter about a new fundraising … more
The state veterinarian has announced five new cases of horses sickened by West Nile Virus in East Tennessee, including one in Bradley County. Sick horses cannot directly infect people with WNV. more
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