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Copper Basin students earn OSHA certification more
The Cleveland Board of Zoning Appeals met in a special called session Tuesday at the Municipal Building.The following item was passed:• Request by Richard Watson for a conditional use review of an … more
On a day when scoring conditions were tough, Haverly Harrold protected her home course taking home medalist honors and guiding the No. 11 Lee women's golf team to a second-place finish at the South … more
After the District 5-AAA volleyball tournament was a straight repeat last year, only one thing is different for this year's Region 3 event, which tips off Monday evening in Cookeville.Like 2017, … more
Bradley Central split a bowling tilt with Soddy-Daisy on the road Thursday afternoon.The Bears rolled to a 19-8 victory, while the Bearettes fell 22-5 to the Lady Trojans.For the undefeated Bears … more
My husband and I had been to see our twin grandsons race their Pinewood Derby cars at a children's event at a local church. The races lasted longer than planned, and the evening light had turned to … more
BOAZ Ala. — Cleveland State Community College's men's and women's basketball teams traveled to Boaz, Ala., for a road matchup Tuesday against Snead State.The Lady Cougars were defeated by the Lady … more
Billie Gene McKinney age 84 a resident of Birchwood passed away Friday November 23, 2018 at the family residence. He was the son of the late James and Willie Ann McKinney and was also preceded in death by his wife Joyce Crisp Mckinney along with numerous brothers and sisters. more
Four people were injured in a two-car crash on APD 40 Monday night, near the Coca-Cola plant. All four were taken to the hospital, with one flown via Life Force helicopter. more
George Martel, 89, of Cleveland passed away Thursday, September 13, 2018. more
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