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Rice to present how to “Lead in the workplace” more
Lillian Atchley, Angel Dykes, Sean Truelove, Ariel Gabrielle, Ricky Tallent, Judy West, Sharon  Howard, Jaylene Taylor and Wayne Lanning, who are celebrating … more
GOAL Academy, Bradley County Schools' alternative school, is hosting a cookout this Thursday to thank local first responders for what they do. The event takes place this Thursday from 11 a.m. to … more
Bradley Cleveland Community Services Agency will not be distributing USDA Commodity Foods today and Thursday, as originally scheduled, due to uncontrollable circumstances. The distribution has … more
Oak Grove Ruritan Club will have its annual pancake breakfast on May 12, 8 to 10 a.m., at Jenkins Deli. The breakfast is an all you care to eat pancake and sausage event. The Oak Grove School student choir, led by Freda Burton, will entertain beginning at 9 a.m.  more
A 2017 graduate of Bradley Central High School, and a former member of that school’s JROTC program, has gone missing in Singapore while on duty with the U.S. Navy. more
State Rep. Kevin Brooks gave what he called his last “State of the State” address to the Rotary Club of Cleveland Tuesday afternoon, and he got a surprise that left him almost speechless. more
Lee University president Dr. Paul Conn has been re-elected to a new term, it was announced today by the chairman of the school's board of directors.  The four-year term begins Aug. 1, and … more
Sgt. Evie West, public information officer for the Cleveland Police Department, was the guest speaker at the quarterly luncheon of the Chamber of Commerce's Safety Council Tuesday.The Cleveland … more
The Aid-A-Veteran organization, established in the Cleveland/Chattanooga area just a handful of years ago, assists regional veterans (and their families) during the tough holiday season each … more
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