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Monday, April 14, 2014



Dalton State Lady Roadrunners Win SSAC Golf Championship

Montgomery, Ala. - Conference Freshman of the Year Caroline Griffin (75-69 = 144) finished as medalist as the Lady Roadrunners (297-302 = 599) defeated second place Mobile (316-304 = 620) by 21-strokes in the Southern States Athletic Conference Championship at Montgomery Country Club. The win marked the fifth championship for a Dalton State team this, our first year of ... (click for more)

Lookouts Sunday Afternoon Game Is Cancelled

Sunday afternoon's game between the Birmingham Barons and the Chattanooga Lookouts has been postponed due to unplayable and dangerous field conditions as a result of significant rain accumulation. The game will be made up at a to be determined time and date in Birmingham. The Lookouts now head to Mississippi to play the Braves for five games.  The first game is set for  ... (click for more)

Prominent Business, Civic Leader, And Philanthropist Scotty Probasco Dies At 86

Prominent Chattanooga business, civic leader and philanthropist Scotty Probasco has died at the age of 86. Scotty, as he was affectionately greeted by most of Chattanooga, was known for his modesty, generosity, dependability, and unswerving loyalty. “Great work” was always on the tip of his tongue – a manifestation of his joyous humility. He was a man of high ideals, of kind ... (click for more)

River Flood Warning Issued For Lookout Creek

There has been a river flood warning issued for Lookout Creek. Here is the warning from the National Weather Service: THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN PEACHTREE CITY HAS ISSUED A FLOOD WARNING FOR THE LOOKOUT CREEK NEAR NEW ENGLAND. FROM THIS MORNING UNTIL THIS AFTERNOON. AT 11AM SUNDAY THE STAGE WAS 11.7 FEET...AND RISING. FLOOD STAGE IS 12 FEET. THE CREEK WILL ... (click for more)

Proud Of Hometown Boy Turned Global Leader, Bob Corker

Time Magazine has it right.  Not only is Chattanooga’s own U.S. Senator Bob Corker one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World,” but he is probably now the most prominent leader in the history of our city.   At a time of extreme frustration with Washington and Congress in general, Bob continues to rise above the division and rancor to build consensus and solve ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Great Work, Ol’ Pro!

Years ago I was lucky enough to be the seatmate of Scotty Probasco on an airplane bound for somewhere and he taught me a word that has helped me be a much better person than I ever thought I could. We were already swell friends, since he’d watched me grow up at First Presbyterian Church every Sunday with his kids, and he liked some of the stuff I tried to write back then. So ... (click for more)