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Two Bradley County lawmakers have lauded separate pieces of legislation — one targeting abortion providers, the other giving a boost to caregivers — that made their way through the state House of … more
Officials of the Tennessee Housing Development Agency are thrilled by the success of the state's incentive program for first-time homebuyers in targeted Zip Codes across the state.This incentive … more
Three local candidates with law enforcement, emergency communications and/or management experience are taking the next step in the process in the search for a new director of the Bradley County Emergency Communications District. more
It has been five years since state Sen. Todd Gardenhire began forming the idea that those students who were in Tennessee, brought here by undocumented parents, should be able to pay in-state tuition charges. more
The presentation of the U.S. flag, a 21-gun salute and Taps are earned rights of individuals who served our country in the military. However, too many eligible veterans are not receiving that respect, even though the Bradley County Veterans Honor Guard stands ready to provide it. more
Alice Imojean Clayton, Nicole Cartwright, Chris Aguilar, Brenda Rymer, Rick Mullins, Alvin Crumley, Jane Chavis, Ken Stephens and Diane Pickel, who are celebrating … more
CITY MANAGER Joe Fivas was the guest speaker for the Cleveland Lions’ meeting this week. He gave some highlights of plans to improve the downtown area, including updates on the Downtown Master … more
2nd District Commissioner Louie Alford more
Simpson Announces Candidacy for County Clerk more
Jerry Beavers has announced his candidacy for Meigs County mayor. “The office of mayor is a great responsibility that I take very serious,” noted Beavers. more
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