CFC Men Host Nashville FC Saturday

Friday, June 16, 2017
 Chattanooga FC will be back to work this evening after Thursday night's thrilling 1-1 draw against the NPSL Southeast Division leading New Orleans Jesters in front of several thousand screaming Chattahooligans. CFC gets back at it ]Saturday night for their second match in a two-week timespan as the boys in blue welcome the newly formed Inter Nashville FC to Finley Stadium at 7:30pm. 
 
"Each game is a must win for us at this point" said Sean McDaniel, GM, Chattanooga FC.
"This is a very competitive league this year, and there are no easy matches. That's evident from  teams from Nashville always play us tough and I expect tomorrow night to be no different."
 


Baylor, Signal Mountain Girls Win State Tennis Championships

Two Chattanooga girls tennis teams won state championships on Wednesday in Murfreesboro.   Baylor beat rival GPS 4-3 in the Division II-AA state title match and Signal Mountain beat L&N Stem 4-2 to win the Division I-A title.    Baylor's Lauren Carelli, Landie McBrayer, Anna Hawkings and Lily Mooney won singles matches  McBrayer and Presle Thomas ... (click for more)

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Refuting Racism

In an opinion piece, 5/18/18, Rev. Josh Woodrow referred to me and my fellow School Board member, Joe Smith, as racists and white supremacists because we spoke out against busing. I have never met or spoken with Rev. Woodrow so he knows nothing about me. The reverend obviously knows nothing about Joe Smith either. Seems one of the reverend’s hobbies is “brewing beer”. Maybe, ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Please Don’t Get Numb

Several weeks ago we woke up to learn there had been another shooting in Chattanooga and the next day there were two paragraphs on the fourth page of the newspaper.  It has become so common we as a society have grown numb to it and, when a teen-aged girl in Texas said she wasn’t surprised last week when eight students and two teachers were massacred in her school some 30 miles ... (click for more)