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Two of the county commissioners in whose district the Highway 60 project will be constructed said they are getting questions as numerous marking stakes are beginning to pop up in yards and along … more
Before the “County Conflict” football game Friday night, students from the Bradley Central and Walker Valley high schools encouraged students to “unplug” from destructive behaviors. … more
By LARRY C. BOWERS Staff Writer It is hoped all Cleveland City Council members will be able to attend Monday’s August meeting to vote on a proposed tax increase on second and final … more
Jody Hughes, who was found guilty of the murder of Tyler Worth, faces a maximum sentence of life in prison, but with the possibility of parole. His sentencing hearing is set for October in … more
They still like to say they were “doing the Father’s work on the Mother Road” when discussing their mission trip on Route 66 this month. Although fun was had on the excursion, Larry … more
When the 2017 Bradley County tax statements are prepared in October, taxpayers who have requested e-billing or anyone who took advantage by paying their 2016 tax bill through the website … more
Local country music entertainer Michael Cass will be the guest at the Senior Center, 230 Urbane Road, Tuesday from 10 to 11 a.m. There is no admission charge. ——— State Rep. Dan Howell … more
THE AUGUST Mainstreet Cruise-In took place around the Bradley County Courthouse Square on Saturday. Enthusiastic classic car owners and attendees flooded downtown Cleveland with a plethora of cars. more
The start of one of Tennessee’s most longstanding outdoor sports traditions, dove season, opens on Friday, Sept. 1, at noon. Tennessee’s 2017 season is again divided into three segments: … more
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