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As directed by county leaders, the top budget priority for Bradley County Juvenile Court is salaries, along with infrastructure and equipment needs. more
A show of patriotism and musical talent graced Cleveland on Wednesday night as the U.S. Navy Band’s Sea Chanters Chorus performed at Lee University’s Conn Center as part of its 2019 National … more
Blythe-Bower Elementary School for the first time hosted a Community Services Fair to let parents know about resources available to local families. Parent Engagement Coordinator Linda Tyler said … more
Unlike the prophetic lyrics of that old Blood, Sweat and Tears tune from 1968 — “what goes up must come down” — Bradley County’s unemployment rate in January did just the opposite.What went … more
Lee University’s Jazz Ensemble will present its spring concert on Thursday at 7:30 p.m., in the Conn Center on the Lee campus.Under the direction of Alan Wyatt, associate professor of music, the … more
The Cowboy Gospel Jubilee invites folks of all ages to come hear The Neymans this Friday night. The Neymans are Josh Neyman, Destiny Starr, and LaCorey Will. Known for their compelling vocal … more
Kim Gunter, Bowater CU vice president marketing/HR; presents the $1,000 donation to Tammy Johnson, Habitat for Humanity executive director and Bowater CU member; and Jordan Haugen, Bowater CU branch manager. Bowater Credit Union Donates $1,000 to Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland more
Two Cleveland men have been arrested and charged with several construction site thefts across the region. more
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