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Bradley County Schools has been chosen to receive a $948,230 grant to help increase college readiness and encourage students to seek out postsecondary opportunities. The Tennessee Higher … more
Daniel Elrod, Janie Posey, Laura  Hunter, Greg Lamb, Charles Elliott and Carol Fonville, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Kayla Blackwell, Skylar … more
The film “Rampage” was not only a mindlessly entertaining flick, it also managed to display humanity’s treatment of animals as disposable in a surprisingly realistic and stirring manner. … more
Gayla Harris Miller speaks at recent LGC Conference more
Cleveland State Community College recently hosted an event to observe Sexual Assault Awareness Month and share how victims can receive the support they need. The event, which was organized by … more
During National Volunteer Week — this week — Cleveland residents have an opportunity to join a local volunteer team making a difference in children’s lives around the world.Each year … more
Kathy Eaves, April Terrell, Will Thomason, Deanna Goins, Van Deacon, Angie Beaty and Lee Rickards, who are celebrating birthdays today. more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office held a graduation ceremony at Michigan Avenue Elementary School to honor fifth-graders who completed the Drug Abuse Resistance Education – D.A.R.E – program, which was taught by School Resource Officer Richard Allman. more
Revival will be held at Solid Rock Baptist Church, 4975 Highway 11 South, beginning April 23 at 7 nightly. Evangelist will be Scott Leamon. There will be special singing … more
The men and women of who work for the U.S. Postal Service in Cleveland are preparing to make a very special delivery, and they won't be upset if it takes more rounds and more time to make it happen. more
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