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DA will not prosecute Lt. Tyson
An investigation by the 10th District Attorney General’s office has found no wrongdoing on the part of Cleveland Police Department Lt. Steve Tyson and will not seek prosecution. The lieutenant was ...
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Woop-FM marathon for Alzheimer’s tops $20,000 goal
WOOP-FM radio host Mark Grissom described the day as “amazing.” He was describing the 27-hour long marathon he hosted to raise money in support of the Alzheimer’s Association. Grissom began the eve...
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The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce

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Ken Jones attends LPL conference
Ken Jones, CFP®, MBA, the branch manager with the local office of LPL Financial, recently attended Focus 2014, a leading financial services industry conference hosted by LPL Financial, the nation’s...
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Bradley Healthcare inspection draws positive rating from state
Bradley Healthcare and Rehabilitation received a positive state survey, during the annual inspection by the Tennessee Department of Health. “The result of this survey demonstrates the dedication an...
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Sluder family named HoneyBaked franchisee Rookie of the Year
Atlanta — HoneyBaked, a company with more than 400 stores across the country, has named its franchisee Rookie of the Year, recognizing the Sluder family for their store in Cleveland. Opened in Dece...
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River Valley AgCredit helps boost economy
A stronger economy allowed River Valley AgCredit Association to end 2013 with 6.9 million in earnings. The AgCredit Cooperative is the only lender in the Kentucky-Tennessee area that provides patro...
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BANK of cleveland

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Correction
A story published in Friday’s edition about recent retirees and new teachers in the Bradley County school system incorrectly listed the name of one of the retirees. Robin Blankenship, who retired f...
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SouthEast Bank awards 3 Lee students scholarships
For the second consecutive year, SouthEast Bank and Lee University have selected students for a scholarship program called the SouthEast Bank Scholar Award. This scholarship will provide each stude...
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Charles Lachlan Baker completes Eagle degree
Charles Lachlan Baker recently completed his Eagle Scout degree. Lachlan joined Cub Scouts in the second grade as a Wolf Cub. He was at first apprehensive, but quickly found a love for the Pine Woo...
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Nathan Scott replaces picnic tables as project
Local Boy Scout Troop 101 member Nathan Scott is one step closer to the rank of Eagle Scout after completing his Eagle Scout project. Many of the scouts in the troop had already selected the VFW as...
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Cleveland Motor Speedway
GOING TO the races at our own Cleveland Motor Speedway wouldn’t be a full experience without Steve Milling and Bobby Orr chiming in over the loud speakers. While cars took Play Day as a time to war...
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RAM offers free medical care Sept. 20 and 21 in Ooltewah
Remote Area Medical (RAM), a nonprofit, volunteer, medical relief corps, is sponsoring a two-day event at Ooltewah High School on Sept. 20 and 21, to provide free health, dental and vision services...
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Dixie Stampede plans children’s ‘Whoadeo’
PIGEON FORGE — For the eighth year, Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede has partnered with Food City stores and Pepsi for the fun-filled “Whoadeo” on Sept. 27. The prize-filled event, open to children ag...
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