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The Cleveland Police Department will be “going for the gold” next week as they begin hosting a team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) on Tuesday, March 5 to examine all aspects of the CPD’s policy and procedures management, operations and support services. more
The Rev. Dr. Michael J. Laney, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at Savannah State University, has been named keynote speaker for the 24th annual Scholarship and Mentoring Banquet of … more
(Editor's Note: The following announcement of candidacy is being reprinted in full in today's edition of the Cleveland Daily Banner. In its original publication on Feb. 11, the headline included … more
Bradley County Trustee’s Office staff enrolled participant No. 1,500 half-an-hour before the registration deadline and then coasted the final 30 minutes to set a new record for partial payment … more
Two local legislators are celebrating the awarding of a $525,000 state grant that will be used to make infrastructure and public health improvements in Polk County, a community that lies in each of … more
Legislation advancing welfare reform, ending mandatory emissions testing and spearheading key initiatives in education highlighted the past week of work by lawmakers in the Tennessee General … more
Local children have been learning about Presidents Day at school. The Cleveland Daily Banner recently … more
Gayla Harris Miller will be a candidate for a fourth term as Bradley County Circuit and Criminal court Clerk. more
(AP) — These numbers were drawn: TENNESSEE Saturday Cash 3 Evening: 5-6-4, Lucky Sum: 15 Cash 3 Midday: 6-9-9, Lucky Sum: 24 Cash 3 Morning: 7-5-4, Lucky Sum: 16 Cash 4 Evening: … more
Morgan King – Upskirting more
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