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Nick Humble will be the speaker Wednesday, 7 a.m., for the His Hands Extended devotional at Garden Plaza, 3600 Keith St.———Big Spring United Methodist Church will have its monthly covered-dish … more
Sherry Casteel, Tracy Denton, Johnny Mull,  Brenda Lawson,  Kenneth Morris, Lisa Green, Jeff Lipps, Perry Skates, Josh Connors,  Brenda Rapier, Ginger Savage, Ryan Kertesz,  Gene Henley … more

Election Day is underway in Bradley County, with polling precincts open until 8 p.m.


Concerned residents of the Old Parksville Road area near Benton Pike met with representatives of Ocoee Utility District and the developer of a proposed subdivision on Monday. The meeting at Kinser Church of God was facilitated by Bradley County Commissioners Charlotte Peak and Howard Thompson, who represent District 4. 

There was an open house Monday afternoon, the first of what City Fields hopes will be many more as its goal of restoring the Blythe-Oldfield neighborhood’s looks and its citizens’ spirits begins a new project. more

Work on the Bradley County Emergency Communications District’s backup 911 center is continuing. The 911 Board heard an update on the project during its meeting last week.

Donna Simpson is running unopposed for the sixth time in a row as the Bradley County Clerk, effectively completing her 20th year in the position. “I started in this position in 1998, so … more
As they say, two’s company and ten’s a crowd … but in the case of March unemployment rates for Tennessee counties, it’s a good crowd.That’s how many jurisdictions share the same jobless … more
Two Lake Forest Middle School students are preparing to represent Tennessee in a national competition with a history documentary they researched, filmed and edited themselves. Eighth-graders … more
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