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God’s Work Rally will be having a car wash Saturdayat O’Reilly Auto Parts on Keith Street, beginning at 9 a.m. All proceeds will go to the organization, which focuses on helping the homeless. … more
In Sunday’s edition of Banner Sports, it was reported “Conference Pride” author Jimm Gumm writes for The Kickoff. Gumm owns and publishes The Blitz; www.theblitzsnews.com and may be contacted … more
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — There were big plays all over the field. The Chiefs, not the Patriots, were making them. Alex Smith threw two long touchdown passes and rookie Kareem Hunt, after … more
Thursday, Sept. 21 SOCCER Cleveland at Bradley Central, 6 McMinn County at Walker Valley, 6 Polk County at Signal Mountain, 6:30 VOLLEYBALL Maryville Christian at TCPS, 5 CGLA at … more
Bradley County Court Clerk Gayla Miller announced Tuesday where the county courts will hold session while the Bradley County Courthouse is under repair. “We moved today and we will be up and … more
For the second time in the District 5-AAA soccer tournament, an upset was landed.Behind a hat trick from sophomore standout Cambree Mayo, the No. 3 Bradley Central Bearettes landed a spot in the … more
While Walker Valley out-gained Knox Catholic 501-481 in total yards and nearly posted its second straight second half shutout on defense, the opening 12 minutes decided the final outcome in a Region … more
LOCAL NOTESBASEBALLLEE PROSPECT CAMPThe Lee baseball team will host its 2017 Fall Prospect Camp Oct. 28 at Olympic Field. The camp is open to all 2018 through 2021 high school prospects. The camp … more
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