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ERNIE HARRIS, Rhea County Herald-News

ERNIE HARRIS, Rhea County Herald-News

ERNIE HARRIS, Rhea County Herald-News

ERNIE HARRIS, Rhea County Herald-News

ERNIE HARRIS, Rhea County Herald-News

LADY RAIDER Lauren Hurst (13) looks to block a Rhea County shot during Tuesday's District 5-4A game in Evensville. Cleveland returned home with a 56-34 victory.

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MEMBERS of Ocoee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution welcomed home HonorAir Knoxville Flight 31 at McGhee Tyson Airport after its recent flight to Washington, D.C. The flight took more than 130 East Tennessee female veterans to visit the memorials built to honor their service and sacrifice. HonorAir Knoxville takes World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War veterans from East Tennessee to the nation's capital to visit the memorials at no charge to the veteran. Pictured are Maggie Evans, Joanne Swafford and Linda Foster.

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James Mullen

NAVAL AIR CREWMAN (helicopter) 2nd Class Jacob Johnson, from Cleveland, briefs medical responders from the Hospital General de la Plaza de la Salud, on helicopter safety measures during a Continuing Promise humanitarian assistance and disaster relief exercise in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, on Dec. 1. Continuing Promise 2022 is a humanitarian assistance and goodwill mission conducting direct medical care, expeditionary veterinary care, and subject matter expert exchanges with five partner nations in the Caribbean, Central and South America. Johnson is assigned to the “Chargers” of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 26.

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DUSTIN AND JENNIFER SAMPLES with their children: Rylan, Blakely and Hollyn. The photo was taken not long before Dustin died of suicide.

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

THE BATTLE OF THE BELLS, part of the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign, between the Cleveland Police Department and Bradley County Sheriff’s Department led to nearly $4,500 in cash being donated. The CPD won the friendly battle by raising $2,360.45 to the BCSD’s $2,099.39, for a grand total raised Saturday of $4,459.84. According to Sgt. Ruthie Forgey of the Salvation Army, donations are down a bit this year, so the Battle of the Bells helped raise their totals significantly. Above, at left, CPD officers participating included, from left, Detectives Bobby Ruth and Cory Cox. Above, at right, BCSD’s Geoff Smith, Sgt. Aubrey Rominger and Sgt. Andy Smith also manned the kettle at Walmart Saturday.

Banner photo, GRANT BROMLEY

ADAM LEWIS, executive assistant to County Mayor D. Gary Davis (in the background), informed the Bradley County Commission of the landfill's new cash policy.

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VOLUNTEERS SUCH AS the Bradley Central High School JROTC have helped in the tire abatement projects spearheaded by Keep Cleveland and Bradley County Beautiful. Board member Donna McDermott presented a check for $1,000 to the JROTC for their help this past weekend at the muddy site off APD-40, where 625 tires were prepared for transport. The JROTC team members pledged to return to remove another 625 in the near future.

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