Prep Football: Week Six Scores

Friday, October 4, 2013
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FINALS
Hixson 19 East Ridge 14
Polk County 21 Sequoyah 14
Signal Mountain 20 Notre Dame 13
Knoxville Grace 63 Meigs County 7
McMinn County 42 Soddy-Daisy 7
Ooltewah 28 Bradley 26
Whitwell 47 Lookout Valley 8
Tyner 35 Central 10
Towns County 17 Copper Basin 8
Rhea County 27 Cookeville 3
Baylor 38 McCallie 14
Marion County 69 Sale Creek 0
Boyd-Buchanan 49 Grace 20
East Hamilton 21 Cleveland 20
Brainerd 26 Howard 19
Grundy County 35 Chattanooga Christian 0
McMinn Central 40 Sweetwater 17

Highway 58 Man Charged In Fatal Hit And Run In Dayton, Tn.

A Highway 58 man has been arrested in connection with a fatal hit and run of a Rhea County man.   Walter Hale was badly injured and later died after he was struck in Dayton.   Authorities were led to Douglas Edward Alvey, 52, through video from the We Care business in Dayton, where the 60-year-old victim worked.   After officers with the Dayton ... (click for more)

Man, 78, Found Dead With Gunshot Wound To The Chest At Residence On Central Avenue

A 78-year-old man has been found dead with a gunshot wound to the chest at a residence on Central Avenue. Chattanooga Police were called to the 1900 block of Central Avenue on Thursday at 10:08 a.m. Upon arrival, Chattanooga Police officers located George Garth deceased. At this time there is no suspect information available. Chattanooga Violent Crimes Bureau investigators ... (click for more)

Patrol Cars Donation To Kevin Muhammad's Nation Of Islam Sets A Dangerous Precedent

Re: City Police donating two patrol cars to Kevin Muhammad's Nation of Islam: While I know it's unpopular to mention the wisdom of separation of church and state, this sets a dangerous precedent and should meet with concern from everyone who values religious and secular freedom. What's next? Southern Baptists getting old city parking scooters to patrol church parking lots ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Thanks A Lot For Nothing

Somebody should have gotten an award last Tuesday when a 90-minute “education summit” involving our school leaders, politicians and media produced absolutely nothing. Zilch. Zero. Oh, there are a number of candidates we could give an award for “nothing,” both in our school district and on its fringes. Yet to find Tennessee Commissioner of Education Candice McQueen brought her high-and-mighty ... (click for more)