The 10th annual Luau at First Lutheran Church, 2800 McCallie Ave., will be Saturday, July 27, at the church camp, 1621 Lee Pike, Soddy-Daisy.
A signup sheet will be available Sunday at the church.
October 10, 2015
October 9, 2015
Thousands of years ago in the Garden of Eden, sin and death entered the world. Our ancestors from whom all of us descended, Adam and Eve disobeyed a direct command from God. Their ... (click for more)
Washington Hills UMC will be having a Bazaar/Barbecue/Fish Fry this Saturday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. The Barbecue/Fish Fry is sponsored by the Methodist Men and all profits go towards replacing ... (click for more)
Sheriff Eric Watson announces a public Community Devotion on Thursday at 8:30 a.m. in the Community Room of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. Pastor Charlie Campbell of Shiloh ... (click for more)
Thousands of years ago in the Garden of Eden, sin and death entered the world. Our ancestors from whom all of us descended, Adam and Eve disobeyed a direct command from God. Their rebellion brought a curse upon the world that will not be lifted until the end times. Suffering became a part of every person’s life. Death became our ultimate enemy and each of ... (click for more)
Washington Hills UMC will be having a Bazaar/Barbecue/Fish Fry this Saturday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. The Barbecue/Fish Fry is sponsored by the Methodist Men and all profits go towards replacing a heat pump in the sanctuary. The church is located just off Bonny Oaks Drive at LaGuana Drive. (click for more)
A day after the Planning Commission rejected a seven-story apartment building on the 1200 block of Cowart Street, the City Council approved a building that could rise to eight stories behind the Chattanooga Choo Choo. After the meeting, Jon Kinsey, former mayor and Choo Choo managing partner, said, "We are not planning an eight-story building. We just went through the ... (click for more)
Lee University student Olayinka Opaso, from Nigeria, 18, confessed on Tuesday to a senior Lee University official about his involvement in the Yik Yak post describing potential threats to Lee University students. Opaso was immediately placed into custody by the campus security director, Matt Brinkman. Mr. Brinkman transported Opaso to the Cleveland Police Department where ... (click for more)
A speaker at the Signal Mountain Town Council meeting last night presented some very interesting information about the council’s new bigger and brighter vision of our commercial area. Councilman Spalding presented a list of sign changes to the Design Review Commission that the council wants and several of those items were approved last night. Still to come on the list are ... (click for more)
On Tuesday I spied a picture that proclaimed “The Mayors Say…It is time for a Smoke-Free Community.” Apparently the newest clown on our horizon has led a group of very knowledgeable and learned people into an ambush because even country music’s Travis Tritt can tell you this means T-R-O-U-B-L-E. You are about to mess with the wrong group of people. The mayor of Lookout Mountain, ... (click for more)