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All my life I’ve heard the term "the golden years," a time when you become old and everyone wants to do everything for you, because they all assume that you can’t take care of yourself.I decided … more
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Jerome and Angie Plumley of Georgetown, along with Joshua Young and Kergie Wilson, announce the birth of Samuel Douglas, their 20-inch, 8-pound, 13-ounce son, on Nov. 16, 2017, at Tennova Healthcare. Grandparent is Juanita Garcia of Fort Myers, Florida. more
COLLEGEDALE — Participating in the first Chick-fil-A East-West Classic, Bradley Central coaches wanted their teams to be exposed to a different style of basketball and learn by facing some stiff … more
4-H/FFA Market Hog – Regional Show Results Bradley County 4-H and FFA members showed their animals Dec. 9, in Knoxville. Dustin Barnett, Stephanie Bates, Alex Blackwell, Brylie … more
As the end of the year has arrived, it is easy to think about 2018 and what it may bring. With it being an election year for Bradley County, there will be many different positions and offices up for grabs. more
The three Hyberger brothers were active in publishing the Cleveland Daily Banner during the middle years of the last century. From left are John, Earl and Glenn. John spent 50 years with the Church … more
Jane Hixson Jane Alice Murphy Hixson died Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018, after a rich, full life dedicated to family. She was born in Big Stone Gap, Va., on Sept. 30, 1939. In 1950, her family moved … more
In a matchup between two well-coached squads with a pair of highly accomplished Tennessee Wesleyan alums calling the shots, a thriller was put on display between Walker Valley and Tyner in "The … more
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