Make Your Picks: Prep Football Week Four

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Lee Men, Women Beat North Alabama

Clicking on all cylinders, the Lee men's basketball team put 110 points on the board and held offensive-minded North Alabama to 97 in a fast-paced Gulf South Conference win on Saturday afternoon in Walker Arena. Keevin Tyus, who had been held in check over the past two to three games, exploded for 29 points and grabbed seven rebounds to pace the Flames to their fifth conference ... (click for more)

Cleveland State Wins Two Over Chattanooga State

The Cleveland State women pulled out a victory in a tight contest at Chattaooga State on Saturday. The Lady Cougars were down two at halftime before putting together enough at the end to pull out an 85-82 win. "We made a strong surge at the end of the third quarter to give us the lead," said head coach Dan Lumpkin.  "It was a great team effort with four players in ... (click for more)

Arrests Made In Connection With Fire At Brainerd Trophy Shop

Fire investigators Captain Moore and Captain McElvain made two arrests Friday night in connection with the fire at the Brainerd Trophy Shop that occurred  on Friday  morning. Gene Wegg and Pamela McNabb, have been arrested and charged with arson by the Chattanooga Fire Department. The two allegedly broke into the Brainerd Trophy Shop and set fire to the building, ... (click for more)

TBI Case Leads To Charges For Woman In Death Of Whitwell Boy

A joint investigation by special agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Whitwell Police Department has resulted in charges for a Whitwell woman in connection to the death of her boyfriend’s son. At the request of 12 th  District Attorney J. Michael Taylor, TBI apecial agents began investigating the death of six-year-old Lucas Michael Dillon on March 29, ... (click for more)

The City I Used To Know

“They Dead”, the innocent young voice said as tears began streaming from my eyes.  Foolishness that didn’t involve him snatched away his childhood in the blink of an eye.  Why?  Why has my city become known more for gangs and violence than the River Front, Lookout Mountain, and a fun little theme park?  What happened to hot summers at Lake Winnie, ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Our Stick Of Dynamite

You may have seen the Tennessee Legislature jumped on the bandwagon to send “an atomic bomb” to Washington this week. The “bomb” makes Tennessee the fifth state to adopt a Convention of the States Project that will hopefully limit the power and the jurisdiction of federal government. The official wording is “to impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, limit the power ... (click for more)