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Robert Rominger asks for return as 6th District Seat B commissioner more
Candidates for the 1st District County Commission Seat A have submitted responses to the Cleveland Daily Banner’s candidate questionnaire. more
District 5-AAAas of April 7BaseballTeam;District;OverallSoddy-Daisy;6-0;9-6Walker Valley;4-2;9-6Bradley Central;4-2;11-7-2Ooltewah;4-4;11-6McMinn County;2-4;6-6-1Cleveland;2-6;9-9East … more
MONDAY, APRIL 9Judy Denton, Scott Boyd, Crystal York, Gary Starnes, Karen Mills, Jim Pelfrey, Ronnie Johnson Jr., Ron Murphy, Tonya Martin, Ben … more
Fairhaven Ministry to offer seminar on prophecy Saturday more
By COLBY DENTON Staff Writer The Bradley County Interagency Council spoke on credit counseling services, free events and health and safety at its monthly meeting on Monday. Tina Williams, a … 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
Brian Workman giving daughter Olivia some pointers for an upcoming event ... Ollie and Jack Hall showing some spectacular dance moves for a cheering audience. more
Are you ready to play? Chaco is a Lab mix who is full of playful energy. Chaco is approximately 1 year old and weighs in at 65 pounds. He’d be an amazing hiking, jogging, fetch, maybe even rock climbing buddy. He prefers to be your one and only, and needs someone with the same energy level as him. If you’re interested in meeting or have any questions about goofy Chaco, come to the SPCA of Bradley County or call 423-790-1915.
1960 Strong armed thieves who apparently couldn’t open a Sears and Roebuck Company safe solved that problem by carting the safe off with them in a break-in over the weekend, city police … more
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