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Local candidates supported I-75 widening

J. Adam Lowe doesn’t permit his teenage son to drive to Chattanooga on Interstate 75.Lowe, the Republican nominee for Tennessee state Senate District 1, said he thinks the stretch of interstate …
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Garcia goes low in golf tourney

Cleveland Middle School eighth grader Cameron Garcia recently placed second and won the silver medal in the Middle Tennessee Regional Golf Tournament, which was hosted by Special Olympics Tennessee …

Cherokee National Forest has new supervisor

A new forest supervisor now leads the Cleveland-based Cherokee National Forest, which runs through much of East Tennessee.Mike Wright began his official duties on Aug. 15 after serving in an acting …

Sen. Bell to join TWRA

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has named Tennessee state Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville) as the agency’s new senior adviser for legislative affairs and policy, TWRA said Aug. 17.A lifelong …

Jail inmates graduate from welding workshop

A special graduation was held Friday for six inmates from the Bradley County Jail who participated in a week-long welding bootcamp.City Fields partnered with the Bradley County Justice Center and …

JAIL DOCKETS

The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include …
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    • VB Bearettes fall in tiebreaker

      With only two returning starters available, Bradley Central's volleyball stumbled out of the gate in the season openers Monday and Tuesday.After …

    • Braves dominate 1st 2 games with Mets

      Editor's note: The Braves and New York Mets continued their key NL East series after presstime Wednesday. Check online at clevelandbanner.com …

    • Scoreboard 8-17

      Wednesday, Aug. 17 GOLF Bradley Central, Cleveland at Walker Valley (Flagstone), 4 Polk County at Copper Basin, …

    • Herd ready for Region 4-5A race

      For Walker Valley football, the goal for the 2022 season is growth and improvement from a year ago.The Mustangs went 5-5 in the regular season …

    • CHS, Bradley win soccer openers

      A pair of local prep girls' soccer teams opened the 2022 season with shutout road victories Tuesday evening.Traveling to Benton to take on Polk …

    • Howard named Rookie of the Year

      Becoming just the eighth first-year player in league history to average more than 16 points a game, Rhyne Howard was a shoo-in for the WNBA …

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Entertainment lined up for Cowpea Festival

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Headliner Suzy Boggess’ return to the International Cowpea Festival and Cook-off on Sept. 10 has led a musical group to cancel a date in Pigeon Forge so they can open for the award-winning …

Blood Assurance needs platelet donors

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Blood Assurance issued an urgent public plea Monday, Aug. 15, about the need for platelet donations.The nonprofit only had 32 platelet units available this morning and needs 75-100 platelet units on …

Students get backpacks, supplies as school starts

Wednesday, August 10
School begins in Cleveland and Bradley County this week, and many youngsters will be better prepared after three local events provided them with supplies, including backpacks.On Aug. 3, the Peerless …

Author delights in art sessions at museum

Monday, August 8
The Vincent in question at the Museum & Cultural Center at 5ive Points' weekly event "Art With Vincent" is not Van Gogh — though he might help you find your inner-impressionist — but rather …
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