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It's a nightmare scenario, but the reality of school shootings necessitates training. Convening at the Partnerships in Industry and Education (PIE) Innovation Center on Wednesday, June 7, … more
Cleveland Utilities has reported its crews are working to repair a water main break on Michigan Avenue Road NE at Royal Oaks Drive, which may cause customers to experience no water or low water … more
A 1-year-old child is undergoing treatment in a Chattanooga hospital after nearly drowning at a South Bradley County residence on Thursday, June 8, according to a statement released by the Bradley … more
Three Bradley County Jail inmates of the  were indicted for second-degree murder on May 24, in connection to the overdose death of Dustin Cox, according to a statement from the Bradley County … more
The first addition to the buildings at Red Clay State Historic Park in nearly two decades was dedicated during a special ceremony this week at the park. A blacksmith shop building will not only be a … more
Discussion on renaming a street in Charleston has been a controversial topic in the city recently, and apparently will not occur as the city’s planning commission will not recommend that change. At … more
L. Quentin Lane, 88, president emeritus at Cleveland State Community College, passed away June 5 at his home in Florida. He served as the college’s second president, succeeding David Adkisson, and serving from 1978 to 1985. more
More than 60 Cleveland City Schools third-grade students, who did not demonstrate proficiency in the English Language Arts portion of the 2023 Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program, may be … more
The Bradley County Septic System Cost Sharing program is back in action, and it has a new administrator: Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis' office. As of May 26, the $750,000 which had been … more
I reckon I ain't nothin' special, just a simple country boy with a heart full of tales to tell. Out here in the wide open fields, where the sun shines brighter than anywhere else, and the corn grows taller than the tallest oak tree, I've learned a thing or two about life. We folk from the countryside have our own way of speakin', and we got sayings for every occasion. It's like a language of its own, handed down from generation to generation, just like the Good Book. more
I’ve often heard that knowledge and wisdom are not the same. I believe it’s true, for knowledge is possessing information (being smart) while wisdom is knowing how to apply the knowledge that you have (being wise). more
Today is Thursday, June 8, the 159th day of 2023. There are 206 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On June 8, 1864, Abraham Lincoln was nominated for another term as … more
The National Transportation Safety Board has released an aviation investigation preliminary report regarding a storm-related, single-engine plane crash that took place last month near Reliance in … more
2 dead in shooting after high school graduation ceremony in Virginia capital RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Police say two people have been killed and five more wounded in a shooting after a high school … more
EastView Baptist Church (2083 No Pone Road, Georgetown) will have Homecoming on Sunday,  June 11.  Special singers will be The Neeley Family at 11 a.m.  Everyone is welcome. ——— … more
The main attraction at the Bradley County Commission's voting session on Monday, June 5, was County Mayor D. Gary Davis' budget proposal for fiscal 2023-24, but the commission still had several items … more
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 arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. more
Tickets are now on sale for the Missoula Children's Theatre's production of "Cinderella" at the Museum & Cultural Center at 5ive Points. Campers, ages 6 to 17, have been hard at work producing … more
It was ironic, but also appropriate, that many who met with cyclists from the Cherokee Nation, retracing the historic Trail of Tears, shed their own tears as the group departed from their stop in … more
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