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David Purkey, commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security, will attend the 2018 Cleveland 100 Annual Meeting and Awards tonight on the campus of Cleveland State Community … more
            The SPCA of Bradley County board of directors has announced the appointment of Kelly Alexander as the organization's new … more
A request to allow the city of Cleveland to annex the Bradley County Senior Activity Center property will be discussed further at next week’s Bradley County Commission work session. The annexation discussion stems from a Commission meeting last month where a Cleveland Utilities billing error was revealed. more
The Rotary Club of Cleveland held an assembly meeting Tuesday at the Museum Center to discuss fundraising, service programs and efforts to increase its online presence on social media … more
The Cleveland Municipal Planning Commission met in its regularly scheduled meeting at the Municipal Building Tuesday to consider a variety of items.Action by planners included:• Approved a request … more
Last week was a big week for the Bradley Central Bears, who ran their winning streak to four in a row over longtime archrival Cleveland. The Bears have had little time to relish the win as another … more
BENTON — The Polk County offense had a very good week against Tellico Plains last week, right out of the gate. The defense? Not so much.The Bears pushed the Wildcats around for two quarters … more
Cleveland State Community College's women's volleyball hosted a home match against Chattanooga State on Wednesday evening. Chatt State defeated the Lady Cougars 3 sets to 1.The first set  went … more
Last weekend’s tournament in Georgia may have just been what the doctor ordered for the Lady Raiders as the District 5-3A tournament draws near.Cleveland returned to district volleyball Wednesday … more
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