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County schools focusing on personnel in 2022 budget

Bradley County Schools is prioritizing finances for personnel, as laid out in its Fiscal Year 2022 budget proposal, but the expected funding from the state is still unknown as are possible cuts to …

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Bears take wind out of Tornado

After an off night ended its 12-game winning streak last Friday, Bradley Central looked strong Monday evening, stopping a strong McCallie squad for the second time in 11 days.

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Treating the chronic wounds

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Eight from Ocoee DAR chapter attend state event

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ATTENDING THE TSDAR event were local membrs Harriett Caldwell, Betsy Bassette, Joanne Swafford, Mary Charles Blair, Leigh Ann Boyd, Virginia Orr, Veronica Fox, and Linda Foster.

Miracle Game provides special education students softball experience

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It was called the “Miracle Game,” but to those participating, it was just another chance to enjoy a softball game with caring classmates and new friends.Students in the special education programs …

Ocoee Chapter DAR meets

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The Ocoee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution held its April meeting recently at the Elks Lodge. Regent Leigh Ann Boyd presided and led members in the Ritual. Chaplain Virginia Orr led the prayer, and Katy Tippens led the singing of the national anthem. Boyd gave birthday wishes to those born in April and welcomed guest Lucy Keller, niece of chapter member Ellen McReynolds.

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