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‘Cry Out America’ looking to find more prayer leaders
Plans are coming together for Bradley County’s “Cry Out America” prayer service on Sept. 11 at Lee University’s Conn Center 6 p.m. A coordinating committee has begun scheduling representatives to p...
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Your Best Shot 7-9
Recent photos — within the last year — may be submitted for Your Best Shot by emailing gwen.swiger@cleveland banner.com, mailing good quality photos to Your Best Shot, P.O. Box 3600, Cleveland, TN ...
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Around Town
Christian Musselwhite getting his first job ... Paul Bishop gearing up for family night ... Brittany Cox enjoying her family and escaping the heat in the north ... Abigail Hogan pushing herself at ...
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Courtney Miller is big on ‘Be Your Best Self’
Courtney Miller, Distinguished Young Woman of Tennessee 2014, is back in town this week to help with the 2015 state competition. Miller has enjoyed the past year as she has traveled across the stat...
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‘I love doing this job!’: Gov. Bill Haslam: ‘But there’s still work to do’
Gov. Bill Haslam paid an early morning visit to Bradley County Tuesday as he works toward winning a second term as Tennessee’s top official. The local GOP faithful filled the Mountain View Inn to m...
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Stormwater complexities are debated
Flooding and stormwater continue to be issues discussed by the Bradley County Road Committee. The solutions to issues presented are more complicated than simply redirecting water. A number of laws ...
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Thrive 2055 gets input from locals
Bradley County residents gave input on what they would like to see focused in plans for the future during a Thrive 2055 Input Incubator Tuesday. Thrive 2055 is a three-year study, funded by the cit...
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Cecily Williams award finalist: CMS teacher one of three
The Tennessee Department of Education recently announced one of Cleveland City Schools’ own educators as a finalist for the 2014-15 Teacher of the Year award. Cleveland Middle School sixth-grade te...
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