Public Reading Of The Declaration Of Independence Scheduled For July 3

Friday, June 27, 2014

The Third Annual Reading of The Declaration will be held at the Catoosa County Courthouse in Ringgold on Thursday, July 3 at 11:30 a.m. This is a non-partisan, non--political event to commemorate our shared American heritage by a public group reading of the Declaration of Independence.  All are invited to attend and participate.  

This event is sponsored by the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys and our nation's criminal defense bar. Questions may be directed to David Dunn, at daviddunn@catt.com.



Partnership To Honor Retired And Senior Volunteers At Appreciation Luncheon

Partnership for Families, Children and Adults will honor over 100 retired and senior volunteers at an RSVP Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon on  Friday, April 27, at 12 p.m.  at the Chattanooga Marriott. One volunteer alone, Faye Blevins, served 823 hours at the Ladies of Charity Greater Good Thrift Store. In total for 2017, the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program had ... (click for more)

Contra Dance For All This Saturday

There will be a Contra Dance at Spring Creek Road Baptist Church, 1312 Spring Creek Road in Chattanooga this Saturday.  Contra Basics instruction begins at 7:30 p.m. and the dance will be from 8-11 p.m.   Calling is by Donna Calhoun and music is by Ed & Elsie. (click for more)

Chattanooga Police Arrest Robbery Suspects Within Hours Of Holdup; Citizen Takes Quick Photo Of Suspect Vehicle

Chattanooga Police officers arrested two suspects involved in an armed robbery within hours of the incident. Officers responded to an armed robbery call at 5966 Brainerd Road  at 1 p.m. on Wednesday. The victim told police she was exiting her vehicle when she was approached by a white male pointing a handgun at her demanding her purse and cell phone. The victim ... (click for more)

WACKER-Charleston Taking Initial Steps To Restart Polysilicon Production After Explosion Shut Facility Last September

WACKER-Charleston announced Thursday it has resumed operations for the production of polysilicon. Using a phase-in approach, WACKER has begun the initial start-up of the site, beginning with distillation. The initial production of polysilicon is targeted to begin in the next few weeks. WACKER anticipates the Charleston site will reach full capacity in the fourth quarter ... (click for more)

Keep The Gifted Program In The Hamilton County Schools - And Response (2)

I currently have a daughter in fourth grade at Lookout Valley Elementary and a daughter in the eighth grade at Lookout Valley Middle High School. Both of my daughters are very good students, as well as being very good people. I am writing today with a concern. I was made aware that the Hamilton County Department of Education is considering cutting the gifted program ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: A True Tennessean

“Last week I told some Republican friends who have held high office, traditional and true Republicans, who like you are both conservative and compassionate, Christians in their personal faith and public service,” the email began. “These are Tennessee Republicans that I have known for decades, and whom I'd trust with my life and my wife … I told them that my views and values make ... (click for more)