New Racing Baby Born; Powells Welcome Jaxon Dean Into The World

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Former Cleveland Speedway Track Champion and current LLM Steelhead racer Dewayne Powell (# 79) and his wife Stephanie Yancy Powell (# Y7) of Chattanooga, welcomed their first child into the world on Wednesday. 

Jaxon Dean Powell (7 pounds, 14.5 ounces, 20.5") will likely follow in "both" his parents footsteps with a passion for dirt track racing as not only his dad, but mom, pilots her own Late Model dirt race car in and around the Chattanooga area.


Complete Results From 2017 Chattanooga Chase 8K & One Mile

**** OVERALL 8K FEMALE ****   Place Name                  Ag Div   Hometown          Guntime Pace      ===== ===================== == ===== ================= ======= =====    1 Jessica ... (click for more)

Lookouts Clobber Biscuits Sunday, 9-2, To Complete Series

The Chattanooga Lookouts bats exploded for nine runs in a 9-2 victory over the Montgomery Biscuits in front of a crowd of 4,527 at AT&T Field. The second place Lookouts trail the Tennessee Smokies by 1 1/2 games. After a scoreless first inning, the Lookouts offense kicked into gear. Outfielder Travis Harrison led off the innings with a double and scored on a double ... (click for more)

Special Equipment Used To Pinpoint Fire Inside WRCB TV Transmitter On Walden's Ridge

Special equipment was used to locate a fire inside a WRCB TV transmitter on Walden's Ridge on Tuesday morning. At 6 a.m ,, an automatic fire alarm notified the 911 Center of a possible fire at 2306 Fairmount Pike. Walden's Ridge Emergency Services responded and arrived on the scene reporting no visible signs of smoke or fire showing at this address. WRES Fire Chief ... (click for more)

Fire Destroys Commercial Building On Dodson Avenue

Chattanooga firefighters responded to a commercial fire shortly after 1 a.m. Monday.   Captain Wadie Suttles with Engine 4 said heavy smoke and flames were visible when the first of four fire companies arrived on the scene at 3019 Dodson Ave. As firefighters forced their way inside to began an interior attack, Captain Suttles called for a second alarm response to bring ... (click for more)

What We Owe Our Veterans

As our church, Warren Chapel AME Church  paid honors to the veterans and my viewing of the PBS feature,  Sunday , evening, I began to feel and think differently than before. Each year to sort of "go all out" celebrating Veteran's Day.  WE provide flags, certificates, notes of appreciation and acknowledgements.  My  brother, father and grandfather were ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Good, Bad & Ugly

Last week I came across a wonderful story about one of my favorite personal causes – preventing suicide – and the response to the article (“A Suicide Letter”) was heavy. Many people appreciated what I had gleaned from the “I Am Second” website and, among the emails was a plea for help from a single mother, desperate to help her son. I immediately passed her email “up the ladder” ... (click for more)