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“Doing the Father’s work on the Mother Road.” That is what Terrell Brinson and his wife Debbie, and Larry Timmerman and his wife, Jan, will be doing as they driving their vintage cars on the … more
A Bradley County resident died in a single-vehicle accident on Lower River Road early Friday morning, according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol reports. Michael P. Schierer was the only … more
The Tennessee State Board of Education has approved a new set of social studies standards for public schools statewide. These standards, approved Friday, represent the plan by which local … more
The smile on her face made everyone who helped 14-year-old Sierra Underwood with a special makeover of her bedroom smile as well. Now, the young girl fighting cancer wants to help others who she … more
Pastor Ron Hill will be the speaker for the His Hands Extended Devotional at Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St., which resumes on Wednesday at 7 a.m. ——— Homecoming Service will begin at … more
The 10-year-old girl reported missing in the area of Parker and 20th Streets, near the Ocoee Middle School soccer field, was found early Friday afternoon. more
More than 25 percent of the current Tennessee workforce will retire by 2025. According to Denise Rice, director of the Tennessee Manufacturers Association, that makes the need to ensure … more
The Tennessee State Board of Education is meeting today to vote on a set of standards which will dictate how social studies is taught in schools statewide. If the board approves the new plan, … more
In an effort to help alleviate the overcrowding at the Bradley County Jail, approval was given in 2016 to build an adjacent workhouse for non-violent offenders. On Thursday, the official … more
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