Lee Named NAIA Phil Mickelson Outstanding Freshman Award Recipient

Friday, May 19, 2017
SM Lee of Dalton State has been named recipient of the NAIA Phil Mickelson Outstanding Freshman Award.

A native of Buford, Ga., Lee won four tournaments this season, including his first career event and the Southern States Athletic Conference. His worst finish in 10 events was tied for sixth. The Southern States Athletics Conference Player of the Year, Lee is also a finalist for the Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award presented by Barbasol.

South Carolina’s Newport Laparojkit, Rowan Lester of Texas Wesleyan, Oklahoma City’s David Meyers, andKeiser’s Cameron Moralee joined Lee on the All-Freshmen Team.

Lookouts Make It Three Straight With 5-2 Win Over Montgomery Thursday

Edgar Corcino singled three times, and Ryan Eades allowed just three hits over 5 2/3 innings as the Chattanooga Lookouts defeated the Montgomery Biscuits 5-2 on Thursday. The second place Lookouts are just 1 1/2 games behind the North Division Leading Smokies. Eades (2-1) picked up the win after he walked three while allowing one run. Eades did his best Kohl Stewart impression, ... (click for more)

Hodge Wins SunTrust Tennessee State Open

GALLATIN, Tenn. -- Former UT-Chattanoogan Jonathan Hodge  won the SunTrust Tennessee State Open here Thursday at the Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club . Hodge shot his second straight 6-under 66 and finished at 204.     69th Annual SunTrust Tennessee State Open Updated: 5/26/2017 9:24 AM EDT Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club ... (click for more)

Pool Chemical Leak Forces Evacuation Of Sports Barn North

Chattanooga firefighters responded to a reported haz-mat incident at the Sports Barn North on Hamil Road at  6:37  a.m. on Friday. Battalion Chief Carlos Hampton said an employee was working with some pool chemicals when some of the liquid leaked out of a container. The employee said he breathed in some of the vapors from the liquid and became ill. When the manager ... (click for more)

East Ridge Council Studying Restrictions On ATVs; City Forms Housing Re-Development Authority

The East Ridge City Council is studying an ordinance drafted by City Attorney Mark Litchford to address issues involving property in a residential neighborhood around John Ross Road, where an ATV track has been built. At the past two council meetings, people living in close proximity to the two-acre lot complained to the council that noise and dust created by almost non-stop use ... (click for more)

Scrutinizing Defense And Other Public Spending Is Right Thing To Do

I saw in the news today where U.S. senators were investigating and scrutinizing an Army "debacle," which has already spent $6 billion on a communications system developed by a defense contractor (WIN-T) that is virtually ineffective in use.   This is on top of a recent Navy scandal (Fat Leonard Scandal) where several current and former Navy admirals were sentenced to prison ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Suicide Letter

Two weeks ago there were five suicides and a fatal drug overdose in the same Chattanooga community. That absolutely tears me up inside because I am assured almost every day there is a better answer. I make no secret I struggle with depression and it is real. I want others to see if I can get through the valleys to climb the mountain, they can too. I take medicine every day that ... (click for more)