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.


Author Karen Graham Book Signing Event

The event will take place on Saturday, Aug. 2 from 2 - 4 p.m. at Caffeine Addicts, 7819 Nashville St., Ringgold. Ms. Graham, a resident of Ringgold, Ga., will be available to sign copies of her book, Chloe's Pet. (click for more)

Vince Dean Proposes Updates To Criminal Court Clerk’s Office’s Online Records

Vince Dean, the Republican nominee for Hamilton County Criminal Court clerk, said he has "identified a key way to modernize operations in the Hamilton County Criminal Court clerk’s office." Saying he has heard from members of Hamilton County’s legal community, he has proposed updates to the clerk’s office’s online records system.  “After speaking with attorneys across ... (click for more)

EPB Files With FCC To Expand TV, Phone, Internet Offerings Outside Electric Service Area

 EPB announced Thursday that it has filed a petition to the FCC "in an effort to respond to neighboring communities’ requests for access to the company’s gigabit enabled high-speed Internet service." Officials said, "EPB offers high-speed Internet access, video programming and voice services using a fiber optic communications network that allows the company to deliver these ... (click for more)

Black Creek Developers Say They "Followed The Rules" On $9 Million TIF: To Continue Project

The developers of the Black Creek project at Aetna Mountain said Thursday they "complied precisely by the rules when we applied for and received approval of the TIF district." Doug Stein said the group plans to continue on with the project, which he said earlier would include the creation of a small town on a huge undeveloped tract on the mountain above Black Creek (formerly ... (click for more)

Pickle Ball? - And Response

Collegedale has done some wonderful things for its residents.  The Greenway is a perfect example of money well spent on helping to give her residents the opportunity to improve their lives, at least from a health standpoint. Having taught at Wolftever Creek for a decade plus, I was fortunate to have opportunity to take my classes on walks from time to time.  It provided ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Say It Ain't So, Larry Joe!

Larry Joe Wheelon, the tainted horse trainer who was charged with 18 counts of aggravated animal cruelty when his barn was raided in April of 2013 and some animals were sored so badly that they could barely walk, finally went to a court hearing in Blount County on Wednesday and his steps toward Judge Tammy Harrington’s bench were decidedly heavy. My goodness, yours would have been ... (click for more)