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Banner file photo, JOE CANNON
ARCHRIVALS Bradley Central and Cleveland High will go head-to-head Friday, to highlight an exciting three-day stretch at the area gyms.
From Fans in for heated action   |   12/12/19

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GUESTS DINE under the light of the Christmas tree inside the Tucker Unit at the Boys and Girls Club in Cleveland. The seated dinner experience is part of an annual Christmas celebration organized by local churches and businesses in partnership with the Tucker Unit.

Banner file photo, RICHARD ROBERTS
WALKER VALLEY'S Sam Belau puts up a 3-pointer against Ooltewah in this file photo. Belau scored nine points in the Mustangs' win over Soddy-Daisy, Tuesday.

Banner photo, AUTUMN HUGHES
BRADLEY COUNTY Commissioner Dennis Epperson looks into the patient transport area of a Bradley County EMS ambulance, following Monday’s county commission work session meeting. Shown, partially obscured, are Commissioner Cindy Slater and EMS Director Shawn Fairbanks.
From BRIDGE IDEA GOES TO COUNTY   |   12/11/19

Banner photo, AUTUMN HUGHES
BRADLEY COUNTY Commissioner Cindy Slater, from left, EMS Director Shawn Fairbanks, and County Mayor D. Gary Davis talk, while standing behind one of two ambulances newly in service. Commissioners and the public had the opportunity to see the ambulance following Monday’s county commission work session meeting.
From BRIDGE IDEA GOES TO COUNTY   |   12/11/19

Banner photo, AUTUMN HUGHES
THE NORTH LEE Elementary Ramblin’ Rams Robotics Team is shown, along with, from left, teacher Kylie Murphy, principal Dana Yost and teacher Jennifer Balding.
From BRIDGE IDEA GOES TO COUNTY   |   12/11/19

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