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The Bradley County Misdemeanor Probation Office will continue to provide misdemeanor probation services for Polk County, for the next four years. more
A body discovered by a Bradley County homeowner whose home was burgled Friday was the apparent result of a suicide, according to statement released by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. more
The $6,490 cost of additional software licenses — to allow the Bradley County Commission to look in on the county’s financial processes — is too high to support moving forward at this time. more
A settlement agreement between Bradley County and Wacker Polysilicon North America LLC will add more than $266,000 to the county’s current budget. more
Monday saw another record-breaking kickoff for the Empty Stocking Fund’s "10 Days of Giving" fundraising campaign, proving once again residents in "The City With Spirit" can always be relied on to … more
The recent grand reopening of Cleveland’s Deer Park is just one of several completed projects aimed at improving the quality of life for city residents.And for many residents — whether they live … more
The agenda for tonight’s Bradley County Commission voting session meeting is light, with only two consent agenda items and no regular agenda items currently slated for discussion. more
Griffith Receives Math Department Alum of the Year Award By Cana Cooper   Lee University’s Department of Mathematical Sciences recently presented Robert Griffith, retired Lee mathematics professor, the Department of Mathematical Sciences Alumnus of the Year Award at the university’s Homecoming celebrations.   “Griffith did more than any other person to grow the mathematics program from what it was when he started into the thriving program it is today,” said Dr. Blayne Carroll, chair of the Department of Mathematical Sciences. “We are all grateful for his commitment.” Griffith joined Lee’s Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics in 1970 and spent more than 46 years teaching at Lee. He taught calculus, statistics, and trigonometry and has been listed in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers six times.  Griffith earned a two-year degree from Lee College in 1965 and finished his Bachelor of Arts from Tennessee Wesleyan College. He earned a Master of Mathematics from the University of Tennessee.  With a graduate degree in mathematics education, Griffith considers his specialty to be preparing teachers for today's schools. Prior to joining Lee's faculty, he spent three years teaching at Cleveland High School and served as an adjunct faculty member at Cleveland State Community College for 19 years.   PHOTO: more
Come join us for an evening filled with the Christmas spirit at the annual Candlelight Walk in Historic Downtown Tellico Plains on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 4 to 9 p.m. Stroll through streets … more
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