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Ocoee Region Beekeepers Association will meet Tuesday, 7 p.m., with guest speaker Karon Sluder, who has been in beekeeping for more than 10 years and acts as a mentor to new beekeepers. Her topic is … more
"Everybody matters" could easily serve as the slogan for the Blythe-Oldfield Community Association.Formed only a few years ago, its members now number around 30, and its officers want to see it … more
With many waterways across the country designated as blueways, it was only natural that the Hiwassee River receive that same designation.Gary Farlow, president and CEO of the Cleveland-Bradley … more
A group of first responders and industry officials met this week to more formally establish the county’s local emergency planning committee.Held at the Bradley County 911 Center, the group … more
Darlia Conn will be the speaker for the His Hands Extended devotional on Wednesday at Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St., at 7 a.m. —New Hope Church of the Nazarene will have homecoming Sunday … more
TVA Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer John M. Thomas III said Wednesday the utility is continuously active in protecting its power grid from outside threats.The question concerning … more
TVA's 10-year plan to reduce debt and rates is proving to be successful.That is according to TVA Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer John M. Thomas III.Thomas expounded on the … more
Bradley County Trustee Mike Smith said his office at its temporary location will be open for business Monday at 8:30 a.m.The office has temporarily moved to the former SouthEast Bank branch at the … more
The downtown branch of the Bank of Cleveland might now be called the "BOO-nk of Cleveland," at least till the end of the month, as the spirits of Halloween have taken over.In what used to be a movie … more
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