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Each one a person The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office has made a strong effort to hire “the best and brightest” folks to serve as deputy sheriffs. By state law and our policy, they first … more
State’s suicide rate continues its climb more
Ken Webb to seek at-large Cleveland City Council seat in August 2018 election more

Bradley County’s representatives in the Tennessee General Assembly are lauding a federal appeals court ruling that Tennessee won’t have to recount votes on a constitutional amendment passed in 2014 that allows tougher abortion restrictions.

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Except for a few scattered days, there has been little respite from the bitter cold that descended in mid-November and continues to bring freezing temperatures to the region. For the area’s homeless – or those who need temporary shelter – the weather can be dangerous, but safety is available through Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church’s Cold Weather Shelter.

The 27th Annual Sandhill Crane Festival attracted people from all over to Birchwood’s Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge to see the migratory birds .Sponsored by the TWRA, this event has been held at the … more

The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list include 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.

Polk County Executive, after a total of 28 years in office, has announced he will not seek re-election this year. He emphasized in a Friday interview that he is not completely retiring, but … more
Nathan Brown, Mark Skelton, Sarah Beth Locke, Nikki Wilcox, David Elrod and Bradley Grady, who are celebrating birthdays today ...  more
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