Sunday , 15 July 2018

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Tuesday, September 29th

The Times Free Press Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam urged Volkswagen to quickly address consumers’ worries about the company’s vehicle emissions-testing scandal because of the potential impact on sales and jobs at VW’s Chattanooga plant. “My primary concern is getting Volkswagen back to where they’re in a mode to sell cars,” Haslam told reporters in Nashville on Monday. Haslam’s concerns come ... Read More »

Monday, December 28th

The Cleveland Daily Banner- Some roads were closed for a short amount of time, a rock slide occurred on a heavily traveled highway, and river levels rose dramatically. But, all in all, the local area survived the rains over the Christmas holiday rather well. Emergency Management Agency directors Troy Spence and Steve Lofty said it could have been much worse. ... Read More »

Friday, June 26th

NEWS 6/26/15 Top Story WRCB REPORTS- A multi-vehicle crash Thursday evening has left six people dead. Chattanooga police say a total of 9 vehicles and more than 15 people were involved in the wreck on Interstate 75 near Ooltewah. The exact number of people involved is still being determined because victims were taken to different hospitals.  The accident happened after ... Read More »

Thursday, June 25th

NEWS 6/25/15 In a press release- The Cleveland Police Department is asking the public’s help in identifying two males wanted in connection with a stolen debit card.  The duo used the card that was taken from a recent car burglary early Tuesday morning at the south Cleveland Walmart. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Matt Jenkins at 423-303-3134. ... Read More »

Wednesday, June 24th

NEWS 6/24/15 Times Free Press- CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office will present plans today for providing animal control services to county residents living outside of Cleveland. Residents have not had animal control services since March 2014, but they do have animal sheltering services through the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Bradley County. The ... Read More »

Monday, November 23rd

The Cleveland Daily Banner reports- Three accidents on a Bradley?County stretch of Interstate 75 Saturday left two people dead and traffic confusion for several hours. A single-vehicle crash killed one person and injured two others early Saturday morning. Billy McBee, a 26-year-old man from Sevierville, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to a preliminary report by Trooper Philip Reagan ... Read More »

Tuesday, June 23rd

Larry Wallace, a former director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, presented a report to the members of Cleveland City Council Monday on his investigation into the organizational structure of the city’s police department. Mix1041.1 and Steve Hartline was there after the presentation for an exclusive interview. Mr. Wallace’s primary recommendations were related to hiring policies, the development of a ... Read More »

Wednesday, September 23rd

The Cleveland Daily Banner- Commissioner Thomas Crye began his term of office last year thrashing what he saw as excessive spending by the Bradley County Schools on travel, and bemoaning the need for middle school students to buy their own calculators. Things have changed. Crye invited Director of Schools Dr. Linda Cash to come before the County Commission and give ... Read More »

Tuesday, September 22nd

Press Release- Students at Walker Valley School have been offered counseling after an 11th grader took his own life on Sunday morning. Dr. Linda Cash, Bradley County school director, said a number of counselors were sent to the school and were dispersed throughout the building on Monday. She said the student had been described as “an intelligent, kind and creative ... Read More »

Monday, June 22nd

From The Cleveland Daily Banner- It will be a busy week for Bradley County commissioners, as several meetings dot their landscape for the next week. The work session, scheduled for 7 p.m. tonight, has no announced items for the agenda. However, it is almost certain the area of budgets and animal control will be subjects of discussion. One of the ... Read More »