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The Friday Night Lights will burn an evening earlier this week, as Bradley Central welcomes longtime foe Soddy-Daisy to town.The special Thursday night game will allow Bradley County fans a chance to … more
SWEETWATER — A good deal of time has passed since Polk County has enjoyed a winning record on the football field this late in the season. But, with three games left before the playoffs, the … more
Cleveland State Community College's volleyball team took care of business with a sweep of Crown College on Thursday evening.Early in the first set, the Lady Cougars (10-13) went back and forth with … more
Bradley Central continued its roll as an undefeated group blew up the pins early to cruise to a 22-5 victory over Chattanooga Central at Leisure Time on Tuesday.Setting the highest score of the … more
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Jeb Bush answered the biggest question looming over the Republican Party’s next campaign for the White House on Tuesday, all but declaring his candidacy for president … more

Judith Jean Elrod, 74, of Chattanooga, died on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018, at Erlanger Medical Center.

155th Anniversary of the Battle of Chickamauga more
Kelley Hunt Cates, 58, of Cleveland, passed away on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018.  ,She was born on Aug. 5, 1960 to the late William E. and Mildred G. Hunt.  Kelley was a lifelong resident of … more

After extensive discussion, including the presentation of a petition from neighboring residents opposing it, the Bradley County Commission approved a rezoning request for a proposed subdivision off Old Parksville Road. The vote was 12-2 in favor of the rezoning request.

Lee University’s Dr. Joong Han (Jonathan) Jung, assistant professor of piano, and Dr. Joohae Kim, piano instructor, will present a recital on Tuesday, performing works by Mozart, Camille … more
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