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Deputy Travis Smith and officers from the Varnell Police Department collaborated in the apprehension of Bryan Hale, who was sought in a car theft case. On Thursday, Smith responded to Keith Valley Road, where Wes Powell had reported his car stolen.
Backed by the teeth of expanded state legislation, Cleveland Utilities is joining the growing fleet of electric co-ops and public utilities across Tennessee that are working to protect their workers by urging motorists to abide by the new guidelines of the so-called "Move Over" law. Tennessee Code Annotated 55-8-132, which originally required drivers in Tennessee to change lanes upon approaching police, emergency or highway maintenance vehicles that are stationary and displaying proper signals or flashing lights, now applies as well to utility services.
Last week we looked at the new spirit for the BCSO. This was important because it is necessary in order for us to successfully lead the office in a new direction.
THE HARRY S. TRUMAN club of Bradley County donated $1,000 to The Caring Place to support its "Sac Pac" Program and to honor Charles S. Mayfield Jr., a Bradley County native and graduate of Harvard Law School. Mayfield was an agent in the FBI before returning to Cleveland where he engaged in the practice of law.
Cleveland and the world just got a lot closer. In a moment of historic significance for the Bradley County area, a Falcon 900B jet taxied down the runway of the Cleveland Jetport at 11 p.m. Thursday, on a direct route to Dublin, Ireland.
Schematic designs have begun on the Cleveland/Bradley County State Veterans Home. The Southeast Tennessee Veterans Home Council received updates on the progress of the project during a meeting Thursday.
Nicky Norwood and Stan Clark with Bradley County EMS visit with Mrs. Hanah Burger's Kindergarten class at Blythe Bower Elementary School in Cleveland to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner.
During a Bradley County Board of Education meeting, Nick Lillios was elected as the new chairman and Charlie Rose was elected vice chairman for the upcoming year.
Pictured from left to right are: Dr. Jim Catanzaro - President, Chattanooga State; Rebecca Balch - Department Head of Engineering Systems Technology and Director of the Wacker Institute; Dr. George Smith - Chief of Staff, Office of Vocational and Adult Education, United States Department of Education; Dr. Johan Uvin - Acting Assistant Secretary, ... (more)
A group of Charleston Elementary first-graders got the experience of a lifetime as they were VIPs at the Amazon Distribution Center in Charleston for a very special event. The yellow school buses that brought the students to the center was followed by a big blue bus that is currently touring the state to celebrate the Governor's Books from Birth Foundation's 10th anniversary.
Bradley County Commissioner Terry Caywood expressed his concerns about enforcing environmental codes in the county during Monday's Commission work session. The commissioner praised the county's environmental officer, Tim Mason, for "hitting the ground running," but expressed frustration there are not enough teeth in the county's regulations to allow adequate enforcement.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 07:05 pm
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