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ATS The Bridge, an organization which raises awareness about the dangers of drug addiction, is teaming up with a local church to host two events highlighting this area’s opioid … more
Editor’s note: Two articles are planned based on an interview with Bradley County Sheriff-Elect Steve Lawson. Today’s article covers Lawson’s activities since the May 1 election and his plans for taking office on Sept. 1. An article in Thursday’s newspaper will focus on Lawson’s plan and vision for the sheriff’s office. more
(Editor's Note: State Rep. Kevin Brooks is opposing retired educator Duane Schriver in the Cleveland mayoral election. In the interest of fairness, the Cleveland Daily Banner will make every effort … more
The Bradley County Board of Education on Tuesday voted to give Bradley County Schools Director Dr. Linda … more
Two Bradley County Emergency Medical Services paramedics who were volunteering at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester were hospitalized Monday, after reportedly becoming ill due to a … more

Even though the May 1 Bradley County Primary Election is long over, vestiges of unsuccessful campaigns remain in the form of a few candidate signs still dotting the landscape.

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The Cherokee Hiking Club will meet Thursday, 6 p.m., at Sugarloaf picnic area, downstream from TVA Dam No. 1 on U.S. 64. Nonmembers are welcome. Bring a … more
Judy Baker will be the speaker for the Thursday, Allied Arts Council’s Artisan Workshop Series program, “Be a Storyteller.” more
  The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation has announced that the Lee University Helen DeVos College of Education is one of 46 providers of educator education programs from … more
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