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Mary Elizabeth “Bess” Neil, a much-beloved Bradley County matriarch who co-founded Blythewood Farms in 1942 with her late husband, David, passed away Thursday.Credited for inspiring the dream of … more
Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks reflected on the first several weeks in office while speaking to the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club on Thursday. Brooks, a former Tennessee state representative, took … more
Cleveland City Schools received just one bid for a project to evaluate and repair a problem related to the geothermal air system at Arnold Memorial Elementary School.The district is looking to have a … more
Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis has been appointed to the Tennessee Emergency Communications Board (TECB). more
The Cleveland Civitan Club recently handed Cleveland’s Parks and Recreation Department the keys to a new park restroom facility. The new restroom, located at Stuart Park near George R. Stuart … more
Human trafficking occurs before our eyes, but we don’t always see it because we are not aware of the telltale signs.There are also times when we do witness it, but may be crippled with confusion, … more
Cleveland musician and co-executive director of Solomon Family Solutions, Yattie Westfield, says kids who are hurting should write down their feelings.“You’ve got to get the hurt out,” … more
The William Hall Rodgers Christmas Basket Fund is underway, collecting donations to fill boxes with food for the needy during the holidays. Please send donations to First Tennessee Bank, P.O. Box … more
LINDA MORRIS took this photo of ice and snow laden trees last Saturday as she rode across the Cherohala Skyway. more
CHARLIE SCOGGINS took this photo at Indian Boundary last week. more
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