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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19Tommy Anderson, Tonya Akins, Cole Hyde, Logan Carmichael, Tony Mccall and Gena Faulk, who are celebrating birthdays today ...  Mike and Sendy … more
There’s no getting around the fact many Bradley Central football fans, and some players, have their sights set on an Oct. 27 showdown with second-ranked Maryville, for a Region 2-6A championship … more
BENTON — For the next two weeks, the Polk County Big Red Train will be on the road to close out the 2017 regular season.The Wildcats have a chance next week to improve their standing in Region … more
MURFREESBORO — Two trips to the TSSAA State Volleyball Championships.Two Top 6 finishes.“I’m proud of our girls to have made it this far again, but I felt like we didn’t go out with our best … more
When Kolten Gibson returned for his senior season at Walker Valley High School, he knew the circumstances.After a memorable junior year and the best season in program history for Mustang football, … more
The battle for third-place in the region standings will feature two very similar opponents Friday, when Cleveland hosts Ooltewah for Senior Night.With both possessing dual-threat quarterbacks and … more
Thursday, Oct. 19BOWLINGWalker Valley at Bradley Central (Leisure Time), 3:30CROSS?COUNTRYBradley Central, Cleveland, Walker Valley, Polk County at Front Runner Athletics Area XC?Championship (site … more
Prospect Church of God seniors will have a fundraiser dinner ($8) on Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. Delivery will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, call 716-2000. more
Birthdays are always a special time. When the birthday being celebrated belongs to "The City With Spirit," it’s an extra special time for all of us. It’s a moment in history to be observed by … more
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