Bell Picks Up For Walden Mayor

Monday, July 21, 2014

Kenneth Bell has picked up papers to run for mayor of Walden. Incumbent Peter Hetzler picked up earlier.

Ken Wilkerson has picked up papers to run for the Lakesite Commission.

Walter Cothran has picked up for the Soddy Daisy Commission

Kurt Faires Sr. and Beth Rousch picked up for the Ridgeside Commission.

Red Bank Commission

Commission at large

John Roberts

District 1

Eric Fairchild

David R. Smith

Terry Pope

District 3

Dalton Alexander Templeton

Edward Lecompte Qualified

East Ridge Council

Robert Stahl Qualified

Jacky Cagle Qalified

Doris Rogers Qualified

Brian White Qualified

John Clemmer

Robert Bedwell Qualified

Larry Sewell Qualified


Jim Bethune Qualified

Frances Pope Qualified

Brent Lambert

Lakesite Commission

William Neighbors

Valerie Boddy

Curtis L. Jones

Kenneth Wilkerson

Signal Mountain Council

Chris Howley Qualified

Susan Robertson Qualified

Robert Spalding Qualified

Annette Allen Qualified

Soddy Daisy Commission

Chuck Moore

Rick Nunley

Walter Cothran

Collegedale Commission

Phil Garver Qualified

Ridgeside Commission

Janet Jobe

Kurt Faires Sr.

Beth Rousch



Kenneth Bell

Peter Hetzler


Bill Trohanis

Latest Hamilton County Jail Booking Report

Here is the latest jail booking report from Hamilton County: AUTRY, JERMEKA RENEE  5141 WOODLIN VIEW CIR CHATTANOOGA, 37410  Age at Arrest: 24 years old Arresting Agency: East Ridge Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s) --- BATY, JASON BRENT  1071 RAVEN CLIFF RD GRAYSVILLE, 37338  Age at Arrest: 41 years old Arresting Agency: Chattanooga ... (click for more)

Consumer Protection Bill Sponsored By Rep. Travis Passes House Unanimously

Legislation sponsored by Rep. Ron Travis (R-Dayton) that strengthens Tennessee’s consumer protection laws was approved.   House Bill 1879,  which passed by a 91-0 vote tally, prohibits members of the health care industry from soliciting business from victims of accidents or natural disasters for a period of 30 days following an incident. The measure exempts ... (click for more)

Why Are Pictures Of Our President And Vice President Not Hanging At Our Federal Courthouse?

I would like to know why the pictures of our President and Vice President have not been hung in our Federal Courthouse. They have been approved by the White House. Every time I call they tell me they are on order. Tommy Fryar (click for more)

Roy Exum: Battling The Beggars

The revelation that Chattanooga Police Chief David Roddy wants to crack down on the city’s panhandlers is every bit as refreshing as the beautiful jonquils now bursting forth across our city. In a recent poll on, over 80 percent of those who live here indicated they are scared to go downtown and that is inexcusable. This is no way for anyone to live. But I can ... (click for more)

Vols Suffer Heartbreaking Loss To Loyola, 63-62

No. 3 seed Tennessee's season came to an end on Saturday night as the Vols suffered a heartbreaking loss to 11th-seeded Loyola-Chicago, 63-62, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.   The Vols (26-9) made one last push at the end of the game, using an 8-0 run to take a 62-61 lead with 20 seconds remaining in the game, capped off by a three-point play from SEC Player ... (click for more)

UTC's Carr Run at NCAAs Ends in the Blood Round

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga senior Bryce Carr's run at the NCAA Championships ended tonight in the blood round at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.  Carr fell to Cornell's Max Dean in the final match of his career. Carr was the aggressor early, with two takedowns in the first period.  He opened up a 4-2 lead after the first period, but could not put ... (click for more)