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Margueritek Hauber, 92, of Cleveland, died on Saturday,  March 10, 2018.Survivors and arrangements will be announced later by Companion Funeral & Cremation Service. more
District 5-AAAas of March 23BaseballTeam;District;OverallSoddy-Daisy;2-0;5-2Walker Valley;3-1;7-1Ooltewah;2-2;6-3Cleveland;2-2;5-4Bradley Central;1-1;4-2McMinn County;1-3;5-4East … more
“The Great Smoky Mountains, a vast frontier that has been here even before the Cherokee migrated here, continues to be living proof that the frontier shall last. The Smoky Mountains provided … more
Olin Corporation donates $75,000 to the future of YMCA Camp Ocoee more
The public is being invited to take advantage of the free computer repair services available at Cleveland State Community College. Students learning how to work on computers for a living help … more
On a blistery and cold Saturday afternoon, the Lee lacrosse team heated things up on the field as it dominated Truett-McConnell, 26-2 at the Lee Soccer Field.Becca Broadwick led the scoring barrage … more
If they hear you, they hunt you. “A Quiet Place” manages to create a tense, nail-biting horror film with just a few lines of dialogue, but a plethora of story. I had heard reviews of … more
The cost of lawsuits against Bradley County may mean increased insurance rates in the next fiscal year. The Bradley County Finance Committee discussed the issue during a meeting Monday afternoon when County Commission Chairman Louie Alford asked for clarification on the payment of lawsuits. more
When I first campaigned to be the sheriff of Bradley County, I promised to take the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office in a new direction. more
Kevin Jones congratulating his boss ... Denzil Cooper Jr. giving instructions to Wears Valley ... Dwayne Adkins getting ready for a special day. more
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