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The woman whose body was found washed up along Candies Creek has been identified as 59-year-old Julie Ann Headrick of Bradley County.Sgt. Evie West, public information officer for the Cleveland … more
Board members said they feel Junior Achievement of the Ocoee Region is in good hands with its new president, Jennifer Pennell-Aslinger, on board.A reception was held for her at the home of David and … more
Bradley County got good news as it received a “clean opinion” for its Fiscal Year 2017 audit.County Mayor D. Gary Davis took particular pride in noting the county’s net position — the amount … more
With only 10 days to get a jump-start on his first recruiting class at Tennessee, Jeremy Pruitt and a revamped staff are off a a strong start.The Volunteers received 11 official signatures on the … more
PREP STANDINGSHigh School Basketballas of Dec. 21BoysDistrict 5-AAATeam;District;OverallCleveland;3-0;7-2McMinn County;3-0;4-7East Hamilton;3-1;11-2Bradley Central;1-2;5-5Soddy-Daisy;1-3;4-7Walker … more
Tonight’s Bradley Central home basketball games have been moved up an hour.In the final hoops contests before Christmas, the Black-and-Gold will host Farragut at Jim Smiddy Arena, with the varsity … more
Thursday, Dec. 21BASKETBALLFarragut at Bradley Central, 5 (BJV, 3:30)WRESTLINGCleveland at Pigeon Forge Invitational, 9 a.m.  more
(Mayor's Note: In December 2011, I ran a column that I have been asked to run again, simply because it is a reminder that the giving spirit is alive and well in Cleveland. We are indeed The … more
The subject who died after being shot by a Bradley County Sheriff's Office deputy has been identified as Johnathan Melton, 27, of Charleston. Due to an officer being involved in the incident, 10th … more
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