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Junior Abby Bertram scored a career high 32 points and was a perfect 6 of 6 from behind the 3-point arc leading the Lee women to a Gulf South Conference victory over visiting Valdosta State … more
Energy. New life. Belief. All three were needed and all three were met when Walker Valley High School announced Drew Akins as the football program’s fifth all-time head coach this past … more
High School Girls Basketball District 5-AAA Team District Overall Bradley Central 3-0 11-1 Cleveland 3-0 7-7 McMinn County 2-1 8-4 East Hamilton 2-2 7-4 Walker Valley 2-2 … more
Monday, Dec. 17BASKETBALLWest Florida at Lee, 6Tuesday, Dec. 18BASKETBALLPolk County at Copper Basin, 6 (BJV, 4:30)WRESTLINGChattanooga Central at Polk County, 5Walker Valley at Bradley Central, … more
The number of building permits issued by the city of Cleveland in November finished on the low side, with construction throughout the area being hampered by rain, cold weather, and the holiday … more
Like beauty, the past year’s impact on Cleveland and Bradley County residents is best judged by the eyes of the beholder.To some, 2018 might have been laced in unprecedented joy and filled to the … more
Lee University’s Health, Exercise and Secondary Education Department was presented a plaque by the Cleveland Fire Department for its help in improving the health and wellness of department … more
Leaders with Bradley County Schools are continuing to reflect on a trip they took earlier this school year to explore how work-based learning works in Germany. They say the lessons they learned will … more
The greatest victories are not always measured by state championships or even Super Bowl rings. Instead, the fight and heart put into a battle often provide glorious triumphs.In a town known as the … more
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