Red Bank UMC Hosts Trunk Or Treat

Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Trunk Or Treat at Red Bank United Methodist Church will be Sunday, Oct. 27, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. The program will include treats, inflatables, snow cones cotton candy and face painting.

Ridgeview Baptist Celebrates 70th Anniversary On Sept. 13

Ridgeview Baptist Church, 6 North Moore Road in Chattanooga, will be observing their 70th Anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 13.  Guest speaker will be former pastor and director of Strategic Planning for the Tennessee Baptist Convention, Dr. Gary Rickman. Other events will include a theatrical production of The Brainerd Mission Project, and a dedication honoring the late Rev. ... (click for more)

All Sons And Daughters To Open Lee’s Fall U-Church Series

Lee University’s fall U-Church series will offer another diverse line-up for this fall, providing students with the opportunity to worship together in an atypical chapel format. The line-up includes All Sons and Daughters this month, Unity Dance Troupe in October, and the student-led “An Evening of Worship” in November.  Opening the season on Sept. 13 will be All Sons and ... (click for more)

Grill Fire Causes Damage To Signal Mountain Home

A grill fire caused damage to a Signal Mountain home on Friday evening. At  7:23 pm , a 911 call was made reporting a house fire at 306 Dawn Street on Signal Mountain. The Signal Mountain Fire Department responded reported heavy fire coming from the back porch and eaves of the home. Signal Mountain FD requested a mutual aid response for additional manpower. The ... (click for more)

Civic, Political Leader Mai Bell Hurley Dies At 87

Civic and political leader Mai Bell Hurley has died at age 87. She was the first woman to serve on the Chattanooga City Council. Ms. Hurley was also a longtime advocate for the arts and a leader in United Way. She was a leader in Chattanooga Venture that led to the redevelopment of downtown and the riverfront.  She most recently served on the Library Board. ... (click for more)

Senator Corker: Americans Deserve To Know Where Their Elected Leaders Stand On The Iran Deal

As I traveled across the Volunteer State during August, I spoke with many Tennesseans about the nuclear agreement between Iran, the United States, and other world powers. While opinions of the agreement vary, there is perhaps no greater geopolitical issue facing the world today than preventing a nuclear-armed Iran.  A strong agreement that would stop Iran from obtaining ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: We Ain’t A Whirlygust

I have lived in and around the State of Tennessee my entire life and I have spent that last 50 years writing words in stories every day. I love clever words, words that fit perfectly in a sentence. I also like funny words, clever phrases and all sorts of “slang” words. This week the Slate website came out with “The United Slang of America” and, naturally, I was eager to see what ... (click for more)