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Investigating whether a utilities authority already exists for water and wastewater expansion, and the initial steps to develop a master plan for such expansion, were discussed Monday by the Bradley County Commission’s Ad Hoc Committee for Drinking Water and Waste Water Treatment Services. more
The Polk County Board of Education is seriously considering the establishment of a middle school football program, and joining the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association.Board members discussed … more
A Cleveland man who was shot outside his home Monday afternoon drove himself to a local hospital for treatment, according to Cleveland Police Department spokesperson Sgt. Evie West.The incident … more
Recording artist and six-time rodeo clown of the year Bob Corle, will headline the free Cowboy Gospel Jubilee Friday at 7 p.m. more
The Ocoee Region Beekeepers Association will have an open house on Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 7 p.m. Speaker Jeff Martin will discuss “Why Beekeeping?"; "Joys of Beekeeping"; and "Hive Location and Set-up.” The meetings are held at Benton Municipal Building, 6496 Highway 411 in Benton.  ——— more
Lee University saw its placement rise once again in the popular U.S. News & World Report “Best Online Bachelor's Programs” ranking.   This year Lee’s ranking rose 18 spots to … more
State Rep. Dan Howell (R-Georgetown), who is entering his third term as a Nashville lawmaker, has been selected to chair the House Transportation Committee, according to an announcement by Glen … more
Driving through the Blythe-Bower neighborhood, one will notice the area has become a hub of activity through the work of community development organization City Fields, which has remodeled several … more
Students in Amy McIlvain’s Entrepreneurship class at Bradley Central High School recently presented a $1,000 check to Denise O’Daniel and her son, Brandon, who is recovering from a serious … more
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