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HUNTSVILLE — After scoring more than 70 points one time last season, the Cleveland Lady Raiders have done it twice in their first three outings  to begin a 2017-18 season.Tony Williams’ … more
Recently the Cleveland FC U9 Boys Soccer Team competed in the CLAS Jamboree in Knoxville, Tennessee.  The Flames were put into a group of four teams that included Blount United, Knoxville FC and … more
Tuesday, Nov. 21BOWLINGBradley Central at Walker Valley (Leisure Time), 3:30Wednesday, Nov. 22WRESTLINGat CHS Wrestling BuildingWalker Valley vs. Wm. Blount, 2Cleveland vs. Jefferson County, 2Walker … more
The Bridge, an organization dedicated to communicating the dangers of drugs, is making some of its first visits to local schools this year. Scott Elam, board president, and Reba Terry, executive … more
It is not too late to join the more than 225 people who have already decided to lace up their shoes and overcome their “SantaClaustrophobia” this holiday season. That is “the fear of … more
Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis wants county employees to be clear — they are not having to pay for their insurance coverage “for as long as I hold the office.”Davis contacted the Cleveland … more
So many  people attended the church security and safety training presentation last Thursday that an additional training session has been scheduled for Tuesday at 6:30 p.m at the Bradley County … more
To The Editor: I’d like to thank those at the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office for their efforts to raise money by participating in the “No-Shave November” challenge. (Cleveland Daily … more
To The Editor:Leonard Pitts, a syndicated newspaper columnist, is doing his culture no favors by keeping them anchored to the past.He writes about the past in anger toward it. He does not research … more
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