The Soddy Daisy High School Class of 1973 40th year reunion is Saturday, Sept. 7. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Springhill Suites, Downtown/Cameron Harbor.
For more information, call 423 718-0573 or 423 902-2457.
February 21, 2017
Morgan Smith, a 2011 Chattanooga State graduate, is taking her passion for writing and turning it into a career. She has published four mystery novels and is currently working on her fifth book. ... (click for more)
James “Mickey” Kelly has been named the 2016 Outstanding Student of the Year by the Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Chattanooga State Community College. Mr. Kelly graduated in December ... (click for more)
Internationally known American artist, Mitchell Tolle, hosted a Watercolor Portrait workshop for 15 Lee University art students. “Tolle inspires our student artists to take their art ... (click for more)
Morgan Smith, a 2011 Chattanooga State graduate, is taking her passion for writing and turning it into a career. She has published four mystery novels and is currently working on her fifth book. She began her writing career at Chattanooga State, where she wrote her first screenplay, Shades of Amber. She later used that script as the basis for her first novel. Ms. Smith ... (click for more)
James “Mickey” Kelly has been named the 2016 Outstanding Student of the Year by the Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Chattanooga State Community College. Mr. Kelly graduated in December with his Computer Support Technology technical diploma. Mr. Kelly had always been good with electronics and thought he would be good at computers too. “I took to it like a fish to water ... (click for more)
Chattanooga Police responded on Tuesday to the 2100 block of Windsor Street, on a report that two people had been shot. Upon arrival, officers located two victims suffering from gunshot wounds. Their injuries are non-life threatening at this time. Both victims were transported to a local hospital by Hamilton County EMS. Two suspects were reported to police. ... (click for more)
The number of influenza-like illnesses treated at Erlanger Health System shows a dramatic increase compared to this time last year. Erlanger reported treating 156 patients with flu like illnesses between Feb. 12 and 18 of this year. This represents a significant increase from the seven cases reported during the same week last year and 15 cases reported approximately a month ... (click for more)
Our school age youth have inspired me with their responses during “Q and A” sessions after my readings as a volunteer during African American History Celebrations and Read across America Celebration, too. Before this school year, I read to classes at Orchard Knob Elementary School and at Rivermont Elementary School, here in Hamilton County. Their answers to factual ... (click for more)
The National Health Interview Survey is believed to be the best gauge of health and behaviors in the United States. It is under the umbrella of the nation’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, so first let me share that the figures I am going to present are directly attributed to what is the best source believed to be out there. I didn’t make these numbers up and I had nothing ... (click for more)