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In news today…
Mix 104.1 will mark the 10th anniversary of the devastating tornadoes of 2011 with a special broadcast, on the 10th anniversary of the tornadoes, Tuesday morning, from seven until nine. We will be joined by survivors of the storm, people who were personally impacted, as well as officials who were involved in the aftermath. A portion of the program will focus on the future, and storm preparedness. Mix mornings, 10 years after the storms, Tuesday morning seven until nine on Mix 104.1 and mix TV at mymix1041.com
Also in news today…
Cleveland High School principal Autumn O’Bryan won the east region level of the state Principal of the Year from the Tennessee Association of Secondary School Principal Association. O’Bryan continues to advance to the state level.
In news today…
Cleveland Utilities received special recognition from the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) for helping the agency exceed energy efficiency, renewable and demand response goals for the 13th straight year through the EnergyRight program.
Cleveland Utilities and TVA will continue to work together to meet the challenges that lie ahead and promote the right energy choices to make our Valley a better place to live, work, play and raise happy families.
Cleveland Utilities was a top performer in TVA’s first Communicator of the Year Award. This award honors the Local Power Company who has shown great success and enthusiasm in communicating the value of TVA EnergyRight programs and services to the Valley through one or more communication channels. These could include advertising, social media, public relations, community awareness and/or public events.
One man was killed in an overnight shooting outside of a bar in Dalton, Georgia on Sunday.
According to a City of Dalton spokesperson, the shooting happened in the parking lot of the Oyster Pub bar at 933 Market Street around 2:30 a.m.
Preliminary information indicates that there was a dispute or fight inside of the bar that led to an argument and disturbance outside in the parking lot.
During the disturbance, shots were fired and the victim, identified as 28-year-old Rashad Goldston of Cleveland, Tennessee, was hit in the back, apparently while in his vehicle.
Goldston tried to flee, but his car crashed a short distance away, near a Dollar Tree, flipping onto its side.
When officers arrived at the scene, the shooter was already gone and officers found a nurse who was on scene attending to Goldston.
Goldston was taken to a hospital where he died a few hours later.
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office reported approximately 214 pounds of expired or unused prescription drugs were collected at Drug Take Back Day, which was held Saturday at the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. The BCSO would like to thank everyone who participated and took advantage of this opportunity to dispose of those drugs responsibly. If you missed Drug Take Back Day, you may utilize the prescription drug disposal drop box at the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Monday through Friday during regular business hours. The drop box is located near the waiting area inside the Criminal Investigations Division entrance at the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.