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December 17, 2013
Senators Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker on Tuesday welcomed a performance by the Voices of Lee, the travelling choir of Lee University in Cleveland, during Tennessee Tuesday, the weekly breakfast ... (click for more)
In summer of 2014 you may just get to see 13-year-old Melysa Sparks make her singing debut on NBC’s "America’s Got Talent." The Dalton Middle School eighth-grader advanced to the second ... (click for more)
PEF and HCDE’s teacher residency program, Project Inspire, is looking for people interested in teaching math and science in high needs schools in Hamilton County. Officials said, ... (click for more)
Senators Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker on Tuesday welcomed a performance by the Voices of Lee, the travelling choir of Lee University in Cleveland, during Tennessee Tuesday, the weekly breakfast the senators hold for Tennesseans visiting the Capitol. The choir performing at Tuesday’s event is part of the Lee University Festival Choir that Senator Alexander, as a member ... (click for more)
In summer of 2014 you may just get to see 13-year-old Melysa Sparks make her singing debut on NBC’s "America’s Got Talent." The Dalton Middle School eighth-grader advanced to the second round of the competition and will hear in January if she has been selected to perform in front of the judges on the show. Melysa, the daughter of Robert Sparks and Leticia Adame, said ... (click for more)
Police said the driver of an 18 wheeler crossed the median on Interstate 75 north of Ooltewah and crashed into a pickup truck. The driver of the pickup, 72-year-old Betty Petty, was killed. The driver of the tractor-trailer in the Wednesday afternoon incident was identified as Jesus Medina, 40. At approximately 3:20 p.m., Chattanooga Police responded to a traffic ... (click for more)
Supreme Court Justice William C. Koch, Jr. informed Governor Bill Haslam Thursday that he intends to retire from the Court in July 2014 to become the dean of the Nashville School of Law. At the time of his retirement, Justice Koch will have served on the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court for 30 years. “I am grateful for the opportunity to serve Tennessee as a judge,” Justice ... (click for more)
If I were a betting man, I would place $20 on the mayor bringing in someone from the outside, someone who he feels that he can control and get what he wants...that being that the men and women of the police department lay down and take what he is feeding. With that bet placed, I want to take a minute to pen a letter to the new chief and hope that he or she reads these words. ... (click for more)
John C. Haffner is a highly-respected veterinarian who has loved and worked with horses since he was 15 years old. Now, as there are bills pending in both Congress and the Senate to help eradicate horse abuse centered in Tennessee, he has written a terrible but heart-felt letter to the bill’s sponsor, Kentucky Congressman Ed Whitfield. It is his eyewitness account of sheer madness ... (click for more)