ACE Awards Banquet Set For Tuesday

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

The 2014 ACE Award Banquet will be Tuesday, from 6-8 p.m. at the UTC Student Center, Tennessee Room, 2nd Level. 

Only 15 percent of college freshmen plan to major in civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering, according to the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA. 

One ACE representative said, "Giving students the experience, confidence, and financial opportunities to pursue these careers (in architecture, construction, engineering, and related areas of design and construction) is what The ACE Mentor Program does.

ACE students meet after school with professional mentors from the building industry."


Chattanooga State Offers WITS Personal Training Certificate

Chattanooga State’s Economic and Community Education Department is offering a personal trainer certification class at the main campus on Saturdays beginning June 11 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. The class runs through Aug. 13.   Employers like 24-Hour Fitness, LA Fitness, and Gold’s Gym are just a few of the club groups that seek out graduates of this course, said officials.   ... (click for more)

Cleveland State Hosts Welding Boot Camp

Cleveland State Community College hosted a Welding Boot Camp with Walker Valley and Bradley Central High Schools. The boot camp was held in CSCC's new welding lab that was established in response to industry demand for qualified, educated and skilled welders. Upon completion of the camp, students will have the opportunity to test for their AWS (American Welding Society) Certification. (click for more)

Stone Domestic Assault Case Postponed Until Aug. 9

The case in which Bobby Stone is charged with domestic assault against his wife, advisor to Mayor Andy Berke Lacie Stone, has been postponed until Aug. 9. Officials said there will be no further action until the TBI completes its investigation.  The case had been set Tuesday morning before general sessions court Lila Statom. The TBI is believed to be looking into ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Honors Military Veterans

A Memorial Day service was held at the National Cemetery on Monday. (click for more)

Calling Out Bad Behavior In St. Elmo - And Response

I have lived in the St. Elmo community of Chattanooga for practicially all 52 years of my life. My grandmother moved to St. Elmo in 1919. My Dad was literally born in a home in St. Elmo and lived his entire 72 years in this community and my Mom has lived here 60 years of her life. I am very disappointed in what my neighborhood has become. I like people. ... (click for more)

Don't Squander The 2016 Election Opportunity

This is what I don't understand. Christians refusing to vote for anyone who is not squeaky clean and who doesn't live up to our standards. I'm not bashing Christians. I proudly proclaim Jesus as Lord and Savior.  But If we made our voice known more we could have a lot greater influence than we have. And I don't mean just boycotting. I specifically mean the last two ... (click for more)