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“Pacific Rim: Uprising” brings new jaegers, kaiju and a believable story in a solid sequel following the original Guillermo Del Toro masterpiece. Taking place several years … more
Dr. Grant McClung, president of Missions Resource Group, was among some 25 Pentecostal world missions leaders meeting in Rome recently to lay the groundwork for plenary and … more
You might say U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann returned to the "scene of the crime" in his visit to Polk County on Thursday morning.En route  to the historic Polk County Courthouse to recognize the … more
A 10-day Q&A series featuring candidates in the Bradley County races for sheriff, circuit court clerk and county commission will be launched in Sunday’s edition of the Cleveland Daily Banner. … more
The congregation of Covenant Baptist Church, led by the Rev. Gary Higgins and an enthusiastic group of young people, will be walking across town once again on Saturday, the continuation of a 10-year … more
Legislation which directs TennCare officials to seek a Medicaid waiver allowing the exclusion of facilities in Tennessee that perform elective abortions from receiving taxpayer money received final approval in the Tennessee Senate on Thursday. more
The state House of Representatives unanimously passed House Bill 1140 on Thursday which will now make the act of “upskirting,” the act of a person to uses a camera capture still pictures or video under a woman’s skirt. more
Wacker Polysilicon has won a “small victory” in the international trade battles with a decision recently reached by the U.S. International Trade Commission, and is expressing hopes a larger trade victory is in sight. more
More than $133,000 was raised for three local nonprofit organizations Saturday during the Women United fundraiser called “An Evening Along the River’s Edge.” The event included an “Auction of Promises” for Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland, Junior Achievement and On Point. more
CALHOUN – Bowater Credit Union member John Duggan has won $1,000 from Bowater Credit Union to his favorite nonprofit: Charleston/Calhoun Hiwassee Historical Society. more
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