Largest Saddlebred Show In Tennessee Is Coming To Tri-State Exhibition Center

Friday, June 6, 2014

Reigning World Champions from Texas, Kentucky, Louisiana and beyond are meeting for the largest Saddlebred show in the state, June 18-21 at Cleveland's Tri-State Exhibition Center for the 37th Annual Chattanooga-Cleveland Charity Horse Show.

Main events start at 7 p.m. each night.  Admission is $5; kids 10 and under are free. Proceeds benefit the Tri-State Therapeutic Riding Center. Call 476-9310 for more information.


Event To Support Troops Is Thursday

Friends of East Brainerd and the D.A.R. will be hosting an event to support troops on Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Heritage House Arts and Civic Center, 1428 Jenkins Road.  This is a free event with special guest Lt. Radzyminski, who has just returned from a 10-month tour in Iraq.  Attendees are asked to please drop off items to be shipped overseas to our troops. Items ... (click for more)

Day On Capitol Hill With Rep. Favors Is March 14

The Annual Day on Capitol Hill in Nashville with Rep. JoAnne Favors will be held on Tuesday, March 14.  The price to attend is $20 and includes transportation and lunch.  Guests will begin boarding bus at 7 a.m. at the Kingdom Center parking lot across from Olivet Baptist Church (740 East M.L. King Blvd.).  The bus will depart at 7:30 a..m. and return ... (click for more)

Inmate Dies At County Workhouse On Wednesday Night; Investigation Underway

An inmate died at the county workhouse at Silverdale on Wednesday night, and an investigation is underway.   Hamilton County Sheriff's deputies/CID were called to investigate the death of an inmate at CoreCivic (formerly CCA).  The inmate was transported to a local hospital and was pronounced deceased at that time.     The identity of the ... (click for more)

Walker County Will Not Seek Land For Durham Railroad Trail From Couple Who Sought To Block It

Walker County, Ga., under a new administration, will not seek to condemn land from a couple along a proposed public trail on the old Chickamauga to Durham Railroad. Former County Attorney Don Oliver, who supported the trail idea, in the waning days of the Bebe Heiskell administration went to court to condemn property in the name of Stanley Lowe and Jill Wyse at the community ... (click for more)

Getting The Message

Our school age youth have inspired me with their responses during “Q and A” sessions after my readings as a volunteer during African American History Celebrations and Read across America Celebration, too.  Before this school year, I read to classes at Orchard Knob Elementary School and at Rivermont Elementary School, here in Hamilton County.   Their answers to factual ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Ed Chief ‘Embarrassed’

At the start of the school year in September, Tennessee’s Commissioner of Education Dr. Candice McQueen held an “educational summit” with state legislators from embattled Hamilton County. The entire “summit” took a prescribed 90 minutes and was such a dog-and-pony show her strongest statement was, "Create your plan around the right vision, have some metrics and align to the right ... (click for more)