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PrimeTime Business EXPO open to community
The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce will host its second PrimeTime Business EXPO on Thursday, Oct. 23, from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Omega Center International. “This event is designed to give th...
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Smart Communities begins gathering data on Cleveland
A recent discussion between University of Tennessee and Lee University students explored the local students’ opinions on the city they temporarily call home. Graphic design majors Allen Minecci, Jo...
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VW Chattanooga starts purchasing academy
Chattanooga — Volkswagen Group of America Chattanooga Operations, LLC (Volkswagen Chattanooga) held an establishment ceremony recently for the Volkswagen Beschaffungsakademie (purchasing academy), ...
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Disabled American Veterans chapter

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Military news

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Stolen memories are recovered
Bradley County Deputies Eduardo Choate, Matt Parris and Sgt. Tim Robinson recovered items from a burglary that were worth their weight in memories to a lady whose husband had recently passed away. ...
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Lead may be leaching into Tenn. River
CHATTANOOGA (AP) — An environmental assessment has found that thousands of spent bullets at a police firing range could be contaminating surface water that drains into the Tennessee River. A Chatta...
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Averitt honors area associates
CHATTANOOGA, — Averitt Express recently honored associate Johnny Nunley of Niota for 20 years of service. Additionally, from Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., Bobby Sisemore was recognized for 25 years of serv...
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TOHA head participates in archaeological symposium
Etowah — Tennessee Overhill Heritage Association Executive Director Gerald D. Hodge Jr. participated in the recent Cherokee Archaeological Symposium in Cherokee, N.C. The event was sponsored by the...
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Basket registration is Nov. 10
In December 2013, 1,066 boxes filled with food were given to families in the community through the William Hall Rodgers Basket Fund. The effort to raise funds to feed as many or more families durin...
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Helen Mullins receives Rising Star Award
Special to the Banner Helen Mullins, owner of Choate Printing Company of Etowah, was recently presented with the 2014 Rising Star Award by the Tennessee Small Business Development Center at Clevela...
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Dianne Fair tapped as KAB Volunteer of the Year
Cleveland/Bradley Keep America Beautiful presented its annual awards to local companies and volunteers Friday. The local Keep America Beautiful chapter took time during its annual membership breakf...
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Open house at Fire-Rescue stations

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Enrollment at Lee tops 5,000 for first time
Lee University has released the institution’s enrollment profile for the 2014-15 school year with more than 5,000 students officially registered. Official fall enrollment is 5,104. This is an all-t...
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It’s a Special Day For...
Wayne “Papaw” Mull, Jessie Griffin, Cindy Osborne Pace and Jimmy Tatum, who are celebrating birthdays today.
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