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Staff ReportsThe Walker Valley boys bowling team continued its strong start to the season with a 24-3 defeat of McCallie earlier this week.The Mustangs were red hot in the lanes as they led the total … more
ON?TAPThursday, Oct. 12FOOTBALLMaryville at Ooltewah, 7SOCCERDistrict 5-AAA TournamentChampionship matchBradley Central at Walker Valley, 5VOLLEYBALLTSSAA Class AAA SectionalsBlackman at Cleveland, … more
When the TSSAA reconfigured the football regions last fall, Bradley Central welcomed back some old familiar foes, plus a couple of others they have played the last few years, but there was a new … more
With three games left to play and the last home game of the season coming up Friday night, the Polk County Wildcats are in pretty close to a do-or-die situation when it comes to the postseason.The … more
A little bit of a shake up defensively went a long way for Walker Valley, who will look to use last week’s 45-42 last second victory over Red Bank as a stepping stone to more success.However, after … more
Some sixth-graders from Ocoee Middle School took a walking tour last week of historic downtown Cleveland. They started at the Monument Building at Broad and Ocoee streets and stopped at various … more
Lee Young, Wayne “Papaw” Mull, Jimmy Tatum,  Rosalind Tilton, Sally Hawkins and Cindy Pace, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Ruth Clabough, who celebrated a birthday … more
Daniel John Bowers Daniel John Bowers, 55, of Cleveland, died today, Oct. 12, 2017, at a Cleveland healthcare facility. There will be no formal services at this time. Companion … more
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