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A domestic incident turned into a hostage situation on Tuesday morning in southeast Bradley County.

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Sable was surrendered to the SPCA of Bradley County on March 6 due to her family moving. Sable is an approximately 3-year-old boxer/French bulldog mix and weighs 42 lbs. She is very affectionate and would make an awesome companion animal. She previously lived with other dogs and cats, but we always recommend bringing any and all family members to meet. If you’re interested in meeting or have any questions about Sable, please come to the SPCA of Bradley County or call (423) 790-1915. more
The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library board conducted its April meeting recently, which focused on upcoming events and library statistics. One such event is the unveiling of the new … more
Carolyn Margaret Morrow Boyd, 75, of Riceville, went home to be with her Savior Jesus Christ on Friday, April 6, 2018.  more
There will be a meeting of the Law Library at the Cleveland/Bradley Public Library on Thursday at 9 a.m. ——— The Bradley County Republican Women will meet Thursday, noon, at the Golden … more
Friday, April 27BASEBALLCleveland State at Jackson State, 2SOFTBALLCleveland State at Jackson State (DH), 2Polk County at Cleveland (Senior Night), 5TENNISBradley at Cleveland, 4:30TRACKChattanooga … more
ATHENS — For the last two seasons, the Lady Raiders have sent the Bearettes home after an elimination loss in the District 5-3A softball tournament. Saturday, Bradley Central returned the favor … more
Rice to present how to “Lead in the workplace” more
THIS PHOTO of a peony was contributed by Carolyn Rogers more
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