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Kim Chapman, Bob Nolan & Judy Bellenfant, Miracle Field: An international rotary project in our own backyard, at Hamilton Place Rotary, Wednesday, Sept. 2, noon-1 p.m. at Grace Works Church, 6445 Lee Hwy.

Chancellor Steve Angle gives a UTC update at the Chattanooga Rotary Club.  Thursday, Sept. 3, noon at the Chattanooga Convention Center. 

Carolyn H. Sherman, at Elder Scholars Meeting, Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1 p.m. at  UTC University Center, Ocoee Room, 3rd floor. Parking is free only in Lot 7, which is at Douglas and East 5th St., near the Maclellan Gym; or the Fifth Street Parking Garage (the high rise parking garage). If you park in the 7th Street lot, you will need to get a copy of an announcement letter to put on your dash board, and you shouldn’t get a ticket. If you have any trouble with ticketing, or to get a copy of the announcement letter, call Diane Reed, UTC at 423-425-4303.

Matt McCall, new UTC men's basketball coach, at Hamilton Place Rotary, Wednesday, Sept. 9, noon-1 p.m. at Grace Works Church, 6445 Lee Hwy.

Tracey Carish at the Chattanooga Rotary Club.  Thursday, Sept. 10, noon at the Chattanooga Convention Center. 

Shawn Kurrelmeier-Lee, READ program , at The Chattanooga Civitan Club, Friday, Sept. 11, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Bessie Smith Hall, 200 E Martin L King Blvd.

Patrick Hampton, Girls State Report, at Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County, Monday, Sept. 14, noon at Republican Headquarters, 1428 Chestnut St., Ste. E. Lunch buffet is $12.

Clay Bennett, Times Free Press cartoonist, at Hamilton Place Rotary, Wednesday, Sept. 16, noon-1 p.m. at Grace Works Church, 6445 Lee Hwy.

Jim Wade, National Medal of Honor Museum, at The Chattanooga Civitan Club, Friday, Sept. 18, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Bessie Smith Hall, 200 E Martin L King Blvd.

Hamilton County Assessor of Property Debate, at Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County, Monday, Sept. 21, noon at Republican Headquarters, 1428 Chestnut St., Ste. E. Lunch buffet is $12.

Shelley McGraw with Children's Advocacy Center of Hamilton County at the Chattanooga Kiwanis Club.  Tuesday, Sept. 22, noon at the Mountain City Club. 

Robert Denn at the Chattanooga Rotary Club.  Thursday, Sept. 24, noon at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

Dr. Robert Culp, professor of economics, Dalton State, at Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County, Monday, Sept. 28, noon at Republican Headquarters, 1428 Chestnut St., Ste. E. Lunch buffet is $12.

Rich Mozingo, Lookouts president and general manager, at Hamilton Place Rotary, Wednesday, Sept. 30, noon-1 p.m. at Grace Works Church, 6445 Lee Hwy.

Hunter Heishauser speaks on the SMILE program at the Chattanooga Rotary Club.  Thursday, Oct. 1, noon at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

Pam Hurst, registrar, Hamilton County, at Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County, Monday, Oct. 5, noon at Republican Headquarters, 1428 Chestnut St., Ste. E. Lunch buffet is $12.

Dana Perry, elder issues and sandwich generation, at Hamilton Place Rotary, Wednesday, Oct. 7, noon-1 p.m. at Grace Works Church, 6445 Lee Hwy.

Kevin Spiegel, Erlanger president and CEO, at the Chattanooga Kiwanis Club.  Tuesday, Oct. 13, noon at the Mountain City Club.

Amy Katcher, News Channel 12 anchor, at the Chattanooga Kiwanis Club.  Tuesday, Oct. 20, noon at the Mountain City Club.

Judge Christie Sell at the Chattanooga Kiwanis Club.  Tuesday, Oct. 27, noon at the Mountain City Club.

Chris Thomas from Chattanooga Market at the Chattanooga Kiwanis Club.  Tuesday, Nov. 3, noon at the Mountain City Club.


Woman Injured In Accident In The Pocket Wilderness

A woman was injured an ATV accident in the Pocket Wilderness on Wednesday morning. A 911 call was made reporting a woman injured about a half mile up the trail.  Fire officials reported she rolled her ATV on top of herself and sustained a knee injury. The Mowbray Volunteer Fire Department responded and requested a Mutual Aid response for additional units. Walden's ... (click for more)

EPB Payments To Local Governments Increase By 49% Since Smart Grid Deployment

EPB has made this year's in lieu of tax payments totaling $19,175,457 to the City of Chattanooga, Hamilton County, and 15 other local governments. This year's payments represent an increase of 49% since construction of the community’s fiber optic smart grid began in 2008.  Unlike other parts of city government, EPB receives no local tax money. EPB is the largest single ... (click for more)

Sheriff Hammond Is Right On The Muslim Threat - And Response (4)

Sheriff Hammond is exactly correct on the Muslims in Tennessee.  He sees with clear eyes the problem with the Muslims in our state and country.  They do want to take over Tennessee.  Our politicians are selling us down the river and allowing the trouble makers to dig in like tics and suck out the life's blood of our Constitution and take us over.  They ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Barners Trounce Who?

There is a website known as Grammarly that just completed a profound study. An automated proof-reading company (who I hope never finds out about me) collected 100 comments that each included over 50 words from the comment blogs of the nation’s preseason Top 25 college football teams. Then they fed them into the company’s huge algorithm computer and checked each fan base for punctuation, ... (click for more)

Pugh, Smith Lead Sale Creek Past East Ridge, 3-0

If Sale Creek’s Bailey Pugh and Ariana Smith were a comedy act, Pugh would be Ed McMahan and Smith would play Johnny Carson. On the court, Pugh sets up Smith, who finishes things with killer punch lines. That was certainly the case Tuesday at East Ridge High School where the visiting Lady Panthers rolled over the Lady Pioneers, 3-0, with game scores of 25-16, 25-8 and ... (click for more)

Luthringer, Boyd Earn First Wins In Prep Cross Country Tuesday

There were a couple of first-time winners on Tuesday afternoon at Camp Jordan as the Chattanooga Cross Country League had its first official meet of the season. It was plenty hot and the humidity was relentless, so race officials decided to shorten the first race from the customary 5K distance to a two-mile test. The heat didn’t seem to bother the overall winners as Signal ... (click for more)