Richard Taylor, left. area coordinator for the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency, gives a presentation regarding Bradley County's first fire chief, Emary Bryant, during a dedication ceremony at the Hopewell fire station on Friday. Engine 13, which serves at the station, bears Bryant's name. Interim Fire Chief Troy Spence, on the right, said Bryant's efforts in the 1960s and 1970s provided the  foundation for today's Bradley County Fire & Rescue, which now has 13 stations.
Richard Taylor, left. area coordinator for the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency, gives a presentation regarding Bradley County's first fire chief, Emary Bryant, during a dedication ceremony at the Hopewell fire station on Friday. Engine 13, which serves at the station, bears Bryant's name. Interim Fire Chief Troy Spence, on the right, said Bryant's efforts in the 1960s and 1970s provided the foundation for today's Bradley County Fire & Rescue, which now has 13 stations.
Photo by Paul Leach .
published Friday, June 28th, 2013
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CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Three new Bradley County Fire & Rescue stations will go into service at 8 a.m. Monday, officials announced Friday at a grand opening ceremony at the Hopewell station.

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