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The Bradley County Schools Board of Education recently approved improvements for the Bradley Central High School Softball field, at its November board meeting.  more
Two “new” ambulances — units 507 and 510 — are in service for Bradley County Emergency Medical Services. more
A Walker Valley High School student has been detained at the Bradley County Juvenile Detention Center until next week following a Thursday court appearance in connection to an altercation with a … more
Jim Callis, the Interim President at Tennessee Christian Academy, not only helps grow young minds, he also knows how to grow a school. more
A Cookeville woman, who was involved in an alcohol-related, head-on collision that resulted in the death of a Cleveland man last year, was sentenced Monday to eight years in prison by the Bradley County Criminal Court. more
A local man died early Friday morning after losing control of his vehicle on Blythe Ferry Road, near Stephens Road. more
Lee University's Dr. Jerome Hammond has joined Tennessee Christian Preparatory School's Board of Trustees.Hammond, who is also Lee University's vice president for university relations, was appointed … more
More than 100 people attended Saturday morning's Pearl Harbor Remembrance program at the Cleveland Elks Lodge, one of only a handful of programs which continue to be held nationwide.The local … more
The William Hall Rodgers Christmas Basket Fund has now reached $2,750 with the donations this last week. The goal is to raise $23,000 to fill 648 boxes with staples to ensure some of the communities neediest families will have food on the table this Christmas season. Donations to the Basket Fund have allowed neighbors to help those in need for almost 100 years. more
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