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Bradley County government officials have been helping move employees whose offices were in the Bradley County Courthouse into new office spaces. Sarah Coleman, clerk and master of Bradley County … more
Catsy Cline and many others are ready and just waiting for their "FURever" homes! During the month of October, there will be feline specials at the SPCA of Bradley County. Adult cats will be $35, kittens $50, or two kittens for $60. Adoptions will include spay/neuter, up-to-date vaccines including rabies, general dewormings, up to date on flea/tick prevention, a microchip with a lifetime registration, and 30 days of Pet Insurance. Every October cat adoption will also include a goody back and a bag of cat food to get you started. more
Lee University’s fall U-Church series will welcome KB and Trip Lee on Sunday, Oct. 22, at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center. KB, also known as Kevin Burgess, has released a mixtape and three … more
Dustin Tommey has been chosen "Citizen of the Year" by the Harry S. Truman Club of Bradley County.The award, made annually by the club, recognizes an individual in Bradley County who has made a … more
 From Oct. 9 to Oct. 12, the Tennessee Highway Safety Office  and the Tennessee Highway Patrol partnered with local law enforcement for Tennessee’s second statewide bus tour to crack down … more
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Bradley and Polk counties recently gained eight new volunteer advocates to their agency. After completing an intensive 30-hour training process and … more
The first event in the City of Cleveland's 175th anniversary celebration is just days away.Several local, state and national dignitaries will be in Cleveland over the next three weeks for … more
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