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Wendie Shields, 63, of Tunnel Hill, Ga., died early on Monday morning, Sept. 3, 2018, at her home.

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Khloe and Mikayla Aikens enjoying the beautiful sunflowers at the Conley farm. They are the daughters of Michael and Kristi Aikens and granddaughters of Bill and Jonny Headrick. more
Reba Elizabeth Caldwell Pendergrass, lovingly known as "Mamaw", 82, was born Feb. 9, 1936. She was a resident of Bradley County all her life, and left her loving family on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. … more
In what was his first major speech since he was sworn in one week ago, Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks said Whirlpool is ready to raze its former downtown plants to help make way for the city’s … more
THIS WEEK IN HISTORY 1968 more
ATHENS — Drama certainly has not fallen short the past few years in the soccer rivalry between McMinn County and Walker Valley.Heading into Tuesday's battle to decide the regular season District … more
The Tennessee Christian Preparatory School volleyball team closed their 2018 campaign in the TAPSA Conference Championship this week, dropping a hard-fought match with Apostolic Christian … more
The June meeting of Magnolia Garden Club took place at the home of Charles and Sharon Guy. The Guys graciously opened their beautiful garden to club members and shared the story of the spacious … more

Although Bradley County does not have a leash law on the books, a statewide leash law is in effect here. “According to Tennessee law, a dog may remain unleashed as long as it remains on the owner's property,” said Brian Graves, public information officer for the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.

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