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“As long as no one is standing in its way, a wildfire is a natural event. Put people in front of it, and it becomes the stuff of tragedy.”— John MacleanAuthorFrom, “Fire and Ashes: On … more
CROSSVILLE — It may sound like a broken record, but Cleveland High’s Rheagan Hall and the Walker Valley boys team are returning to the TSSAA State Golf Championships. “I’m excited … more
School begins for the fall semester at Lee University next week, and students who have not located residences may be in a quandary about where to live during their time at the school. New … more
The Bradley County Board of Education has approved the first lease agreement for Partnerships in Industry and Education Innovation Center, or PIE Center. Bradley County Schools is turning the … more
The Bradley County Schools system is looking at moving its alternative school, GOAL Academy, into a church later this year. The Bradley County Board of Education on Thursday gave Director of … more
Memories of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, are seared into the minds of many adults. However, today’s kids and teens are growing up learning about that day in history class. With … more
Vanessa Hammond will be the speaker for the His Hands Extended Devotional, Wednesdsay at Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St., at 7 a.m. ——— Mercy Tabernacle, 433 Clemmer Ferry Road, Benton, … more
The real estate motto of “location, location, location” is one of the most important aspects in buying, or selling, a house rings true in many cases. It also helps if the house is … more
In the wake of three incidents since Aug. 30, all of which involved a chemical leak and one of which involved an explosion that shook surrounding homes, WACKER on Wednesday announced its polysilicon … more
Friday, Sept. 29 FOOTBALL Region 2-6A  Bradley Central at McMinn County, 7:30 Heritage at Cleveland, 7:30 Maryville at William Blount, 7:30 Ooltewah has a bye Region … more
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