Jetport soars into next decade

When then-Tennessee Gov. Don Sundquist flew into Hardwick Field in 2000,  he said Cleveland and Bradley County had a "greater need" for an airport "than anyplace else in the state.""The airport …
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VEC Customers Share awards $4,000 in local grants

At the January 2023 VEC Customers Share Board meeting, local organizations in Bradley and Polk counties were awarded $4,000 in grants.

Raper leading effort to reduce student truancy in schools

State Rep. Kevin Raper (R-Cleveland) has partnered with local education and juvenile court officials in an effort to help reduce student truancy in Cleveland City and Bradley County …

OURS offers research opportunities to Lee upperclassmen

Lee University opened the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (OURS) in 2021 to provide research experience to undergraduate students through faculty mentorship. The OURS-sponsored …

Cherokee District Ruritan Convention

Woodmen Life Lodge 16 presents gifts, names officers

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Library Corner 1-28-23

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For more information on the library, its resources and events, visit, search Cleveland Bradley County Public Library on social media or call 423-472-2163.

Grammy nominee Cory Asbury coming to Southern Adventist University

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The School of Journalism and Communication at Southern Adventist University is inviting the community to IGNITE Live with Christian recording artist Cory Asbury on Saturday, Feb. 4, at 8 p.m. in Iles …

CHS Tango Flight program welcomes BCPEF

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Hints from Heloise: Keep a phone outside the shower

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Dear Heloise: After reading a horrible slip-and-fall story, my husband and I (both seniors) agreed to take a phone and place it just outside the shower when showering at home alone. I actually think everyone should do this! "When alone, take your phone!"— Nancy, The Villages, Florida
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