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Cleveland State baseball (24-14, 6-9) hosted a doubleheader against West Georgia Tech  Tuesday and earned a sweep of the Golden Knights with final scores of 7-4 in game one and 6-5 in game … more
Cleveland's Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution was well represented at the recent SAR State Convention in Knoxville.On March 23, the Cleveland Chapter's Color … more
Walker Valley High School senior Gable Willis received a taste of public speaking in his elementary grades, competing in the annual Bradley County 4-H Club Public Speaking competition.That experience … more
To The Editor:I find the [columns] by Dr. Luis Almeida concerning technology to be very informative.Just recently, I read an excellent magazine article titled, "Taming the Social Media Monster," that … more
We can learn a lot about people based on their social media behaviors. In 2018, there are power games being played on Facebook by power-starved people all over the place. Frequency of postings, over- … more
In advance of the May 1 election, the two candidates for District 2 Bradley County Commission seats answered a Cleveland Daily Banner questionnaire which touched on topics of interest to … more
CHATTANOOGA — U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tennessee) made a stop atop Lookout Mountain on Tuesday morning to publicize legislation designed to reduce a substantial maintenance backlog in America’s national parks. more
Costly new tariffs on newsprint imported from Canada have worsened a nationwide shortage in supply and now threaten the short- and long-term operations of most American print-edition newspapers.The … more
Milteen Cartwright excited about the arrival of spring ... Joanne Maskew of KAB enjoying retirement after 17 years of dedicated service ... Chase Ogles getting promoted.  more
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