A sign pickup party for the re-election of Judge Christie Mahn Sell will be held on Wednesday, May 28, from 5-7:30 p.m. at Speak, Turner, and Webb, 631 Cherry St.
To pickup a sign at another time email Janie Varnell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 6, 2015
July 4, 2015
Here are the new marriage licenses from the County Clerk's office: PATRICK ELLIS TROTTER, SR JANELL ANDRA ... (click for more)
The city of Soddy-Daisy and the Soddy Daisy Vietnam Veterans VVA Chapter 942 presented their annual 4th of July Festival and Celebration on Saturday at Soddy Lake. The ... (click for more)
The Chattanooga Parking Authority has announced downtown parking meters will not be enforced (and need not be paid) on Saturday in honor of the Independence Day holiday. Paid parking for ... (click for more)
Here are the new marriage licenses from the County Clerk's office: PATRICK ELLIS TROTTER, SR JANELL ANDRA WISE 222 SWEETWATER CIR #R4 128 SOUTH LINER ST #B MABLETON, GA 30126 ... (click for more)
The city of Soddy-Daisy and the Soddy Daisy Vietnam Veterans VVA Chapter 942 presented their annual 4th of July Festival and Celebration on Saturday at Soddy Lake. The family-themed event included local musicians playing a wide variety of rock, country, Christian contemporary, gospel and blue grass music and a car show/swap meet. A fireworks ... (click for more)
Eleven attorneys have applied in the second round of applications to replace Rebecca Stern as judge of Criminal Court's Division II. The applicants are: Christian J. Coder Chattanooga Tracy Cox Signal Mountain Amanda B. Dunn Chattanooga Ardena Juanita Garth Chattanooga Thomas Clifton Greenholtz Ooltewah Andrea DeFay Hayduk ... (click for more)
Rep. Gerald McCormick, commenting on a bust of Nathan Bedford Forrest that stands in the Tennessee statehouse in an address to the Pachyderm club on Monday, said that Forrest was a violent, vicious man who made his wealth as a slave trader. The copper bust of Forrest, who was a lieutenant general in the Confederate Army, stands between the Tennessee House and ... (click for more)
I confess that this year I am having a hard time with the idea of celebrating the 4th of July Independence Day. It is not because I am not thankful to God for what was done on that day, what it represents, and the blessings I’ve experienced that flow from it. On the other hand, I want to think that maybe this year’s celebration will mark a period in our history in which a new movement ... (click for more)
Oh my goodness, July has just arrived and during my formative years, it was the most hated month of the year. When I was 12 years old, my wonderful grandfather decreed the days of begging for money to go to the picture show and burgers at the Krystal were over, that I was on the payroll for a dollar an hour and, in our family, folks worked for what they spent. Now my grandfather, ... (click for more)