Micha Mullenix Lane, from Signal Mountain, has graduated from UNC Asheville.
Ms. Lane has graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness Promotion.
January 27, 2015
January 26, 2015
Christina Rogers of Whitwell Elementary is among six Tennessee social studies teachers the Tennessee State Library and Archives named to its TSLA Educator Working Group. This group ... (click for more)
Here are upcoming visits at Southern Adventist University: Southern Adventist University will host speaker Shaunti Feldhahn on Thursday at 11 a.m. in the Iles PE Center and 7:30 p.m. in Thatcher ... (click for more)
Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) is offering free practice tests from January 26 to February 28, t o all current or potential adult students at one of the local Adult Education ... (click for more)
Christina Rogers of Whitwell Elementary is among six Tennessee social studies teachers the Tennessee State Library and Archives named to its TSLA Educator Working Group. This group will assist and advise the Library and Archives staff about ways to make its Tennessee history collections available to teachers and students. The group will develop lesson plans based ... (click for more)
Here are upcoming visits at Southern Adventist University: Southern Adventist University will host speaker Shaunti Feldhahn on Thursday at 11 a.m. in the Iles PE Center and 7:30 p.m. in Thatcher Chapel. Ms. Feldhahn, a social researcher and best-selling author, will speak on “Being Life-Ready” and share her knowledge about relationships, both at home and in the workplace. ... (click for more)
The Chattanooga Housing Authority closed its Housing Choice Voucher Program application process Monday at 11:59 p.m. There were 6,533 applicants. CHA will randomly select 1,000 of those names on Monday, for the voucher program waiting list. Anyone who is not selected will need to apply again in the future. The Housing Choice Voucher program is a federal government program ... (click for more)
The Bradley County Commission agreed during a Monday evening work session that it will have to look into the issue of many county firefighters leaving for better-paying jobs elsewhere. The discussion came after the city's announced plan to possibly create its own separate ambulance service. In surrounding areas, firefighters can double their salary in the county, commissioners ... (click for more)
Having been on several of Dr. Daryl Black's walking tours, I can say that they weren't just informative, but a treat. The downtown, Fort Wood and Ninth Street of yesteryear were brought dramatically to life. We stood on the ground where Sherman had his headquarters (near the Ice Cream Show) and the corner where Bessie Smith sang as a young girl. And we also stood beneath the ... (click for more)
Not since Hurricane Katrina has New Orleans had a bigger problem. When over a million visitors flood the city for the annual Mardi Gras bash over the next three weeks, there will be signs all around town and into the French Quarter that blare, “CAUTION: Walk In Large Groups. We (heart symbol) love NOPD. We Just Need More Of Them.” In other words, it appears things are quite unsettled ... (click for more)