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Twenty-one months after a devastating fire, the Athens Area Chamber of Commerce has returned to their home on 13 North Jackson Street in Downtown Athens. The Chamber of Commerce had been operating out of the McMinn County Courthouse since the fire on July 1, 2017. Now t the Chamber has been restored and is operating once again out of its former location, President and Chief Executive Officer Rob Preston commented on how it feels to be home. “It’s a great feeling to be back. We are the welcome center of Athens and we need a presence. Our new office is fresh and clean and very inviting.” more
The 2019 commencement exercise for Copper Basin High School is scheduled for Thursday at 7 p.m. in the school's gymnasium.Sawyer O’Neal is the valedictorian for the senior class, while the … more
Pleasant Grove Baptist plans concert June 23 more
Cleveland City Schools officials on Thursday led a group of Cherokee students on a tour of the new Candy's Creek Cherokee Elementary School, which was designed with Cherokee culture in mind. The … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office arrested an Old Fort man who allegedly burgled tools and equipment from a vehicle owned by a Bucks Pocket community resident.The items were valued at $2,500. The … more
Bible Training Institute of The Church of God opened Sunday with more than 110 students from 16 states. The school is being held at the church’s international headquarters on Tillie Road. For the first time, a dedicated Spanish school will be provided. Principal Harvey Anders led in the opening prayer and Scripture reading. The preliminaries included the Bible and flag pledges. Paul Horton, the B.T.I. director, introduced the theme for the school — “Walking by the Same Rule; Minding the Same Thing,” based on the Scripture in Philippians 3:12-16. In his address to the student body, Horton stressed Divine Unity and “seeing eye-to-eye.” He said Satan is not (so muc) afraid of unity, but “divine unity.” more
MARLENE LEE shared this photo from Sequoia National Park. more
A recent decision by the Tennessee Supreme Court that held the city of Cleveland was not required to share liquor-by-the-drink proceeds with the Bradley County School System will require no further … more
Joann Truelove, Cherokee Ruritan District governor, presents Barbara Mason with the Outstanding President Award for the Valley View Ruritan  Club. From left are Truelove; Mason; and Ralph Mason, Valley View Ruritan president. more
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