Seminar On Quality Control In The Nuclear Industry Set For Monday

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Chattanooga State Engineering Technology Division in cooperation with the Regional Center for Nuclear Education and Training will be hosting a professional development seminar, Quality Control in the Nuclear Industry: Radiographic Testing, on Monday. 

The seminar will be from 9:30-11 a.m. at Chattanooga State. Room information will be sent with confirmation. 

Space is limited to 30.  Pre-registration is required.  Make a reservation by Thursday to Robert Pace at 697-5767 or Robert.Pace@chattanoogastate.edu.


Habitat ReStore Opens At New Location In Dalton

Tennessee Revenues Rise In October

Tennessee American Water Submits 2019 Infrastructure Projects For Approval To TPUC


Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dalton’s ReStore is now officially open at 111 North Glenwood Ave. Habitat officials thanked the sponsors that helped fund the move, all staff members that ... (click for more)

Tennessee revenues grew from the same month a year ago and were slightly more than the budgeted estimate for October. Finance and Administration Commissioner Larry Martin reported that October ... (click for more)

Tennessee American Water announced Monday that it has submitted its 2019 list of capital infrastructure projects and associated costs to the Tennessee Public Utility Commission. The capital plan ... (click for more)


Business

Habitat ReStore Opens At New Location In Dalton

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dalton’s ReStore is now officially open at 111 North Glenwood Ave. Habitat officials thanked the sponsors that helped fund the move, all staff members that put in countless hours beautifying the space, and all board members and volunteers that made the relocation event run smoothly. The ReStore is one of Habitat’s resource development engines. ... (click for more)

Tennessee Revenues Rise In October

Tennessee revenues grew from the same month a year ago and were slightly more than the budgeted estimate for October. Finance and Administration Commissioner Larry Martin reported that October revenues were $1.0 billion, which is $29.5 million more than October of last year and $3.2 million more than the budgeted estimate. The growth rate for October was 2.91%. “October sales ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Humane Educational Society Officials Say Chip Baker Trying To Derail $10 Million County Appropriation For New Shelter

Officials of the Humane Educational Society say County Commissioner Chip Baker is trying to derail a planned $10 million county appropriation to the HES for a new shelter. On the eve of a schedule vote by the County Commission, HES sent out an email titled "Don't Let Commissioner Baker Delay The Vote!" Commissioner Baker is among some members on the commission interested in ... (click for more)

Eddie Pierce Chosen New Red Bank Mayor; Ruth Jeno Returns To Commission

Three newly elected commissioners were sworn in by Judge Gary Starnes at the Red Bank Commission meeting on Tuesday night. Two are returning, Commissioners Ed LeCompte and Terry Pope, and the third, Ruth Jeno, is returning, after a lapse, for a third term on the commission. The commissioners elected Eddie Pierce to serve as the new mayor and Terry Pope to be vice mayor. ... (click for more)

Opinion

Discrimination And Double Taxation For Animal Shelters - And Response

Some Commissioners want Hamilton County to donate $10 million in tax dollars to help the Humane Education Society (HES) build a new facility. The majority of Hamilton County residents (specifically those residing in Chattanooga, East Ridge, Lakesite, Walden, Signal Mountain, Lookout Mountain, Soddy Daisy, and Collegedale) will be prohibited from using HES animal services unless ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Thanksgiving Eve

At some point this spring, as I impatiently awaited the song birds as I do every year, I took a less-traveled path during My Morning Readings and came across a Thanksgiving story that I loved. Trust me, I have been waiting for about six months … yes, impatiently … to share a story that was written seven years ago by J. Allen Wilson. I searched for him yesterday but the closest ... (click for more)