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The 20 young women competing in the Tennessee Distinguished Young Women event in Cleveland met with a panel of judges for interviews, and participated in stage rehearsals Thursday at Lee … more
There are numerous projects in the works to improve downtown Cleveland and deal with citywide problems like traffic congestion, says Cleveland City Manager Joe Fivas. He shared an overview of … more
Vice President Mike Pence will be accompanied by several Tennessee lawmakers during his visit to Lee University in Cleveland Saturday, the Cleveland Daily Banner has learned.According to a press … more
We’re all in denial about something; some of us more than others.The well-worn pun “Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt” has never been more appropriate than it is today.I tried to find who … more
Scott Rymer running into an old friend while out running some errands ... Connie Isbill excited about a football poster ... Robert Cannon getting his niece Nova to fall asleep in her tree swing. more
Successful passing attacks have been on center stage the past several seasons in Bradley County.After all, just within the past two seasons a pair of signal callers who combined for 223 career … more
For the first time in eight years, a name other than Maggie Scott's will be etched into the Ladies City Championship trophy.For the third year in a row Rheagan Hall outscored the local links legend, … more
CHATTANOOGA — University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Mark Wharton announced the resignation of wrestling head coach Heath Eslinger Thursday.  … more
Saturday, July 21FOOTBALL7-on-7Bradley Central, Cleveland at UTC, TBA more
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