Public Invited To Apison Community Meeting On Saturday Honoring Tornado Victims

Thursday, April 21, 2016

The Public is invited to the Apison Community Meeting on Saturday at 1 p.m. at the corner of East Brainerd Road and London Lane.  

This will be a memorial Service remembering the 15 lives that were lost in the 2011 Apison – Cherokee Valley Tornadoes.  

The Program will include several elected officials including US Representative Chuck Fleischmann, State Representative Mike Carter and County Trustee Bill Hullander.  

The Apison Elementary students and other local talent will be providing the entertainment.


Weekly Road Construction Report

Upcoming Special Event Road Closures Announced

Food For The Body And Soul Is In-Town Gallery's June Theme


Here is the weekly road construction report for District 29: BRADLEY COUNTY SR-60 widening from the 4-lane north of I-75 (LM 17.2) to SR-306 (LM19.9): During this reporting period, the contractor ... (click for more)

The Chattanooga Division of Transportation announces the following upcoming special event road closures: Nightfall The following roads and intersections will be closed beginning Friday, ... (click for more)

Artists of In-Town Gallery were asked to submit for June’s theme pieces of art that reflect what feeds them - body or soul. This question evoked a myriad of responses. Robin Howe’s interpretation ... (click for more)



Happenings

Weekly Road Construction Report

Here is the weekly road construction report for District 29: BRADLEY COUNTY SR-60 widening from the 4-lane north of I-75 (LM 17.2) to SR-306 (LM19.9): During this reporting period, the contractor will be performing earthmoving operations and removal of structures. Crews will also be working on foundations for a new bridge over Candies Creek. Brief, intermittent lane closures ... (click for more)

Upcoming Special Event Road Closures Announced

The Chattanooga Division of Transportation announces the following upcoming special event road closures: Nightfall The following roads and intersections will be closed beginning Friday, May 27 from 5:30 p.m.-midnight: • Cherry Street at E. MLK Boulevard (begins at 3 p.m. for set-up); • Market Street between East 8th Street and East 10th Street; • Martin Luther King ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Many Citizens At Walker County Meeting Urge Commissioners To Work Out Differences With Chairman Shannon Whitfield

Many citizens attending a packed meeting of the Walker County Commission on Thursday night urged commissioners to work out their differences with Chairman Shannon Whitfield. A number of those who spoke at the lengthy session said they were concerned about the high cost of adding a county manager and the fact there might be expensive turnover in that position. The meeting did ... (click for more)

Tennessee Republican Party State Executive Committee To Hear Election Challenges, Including County Mayor, On Friday Night By Zoom

The Tennessee Republican Party State Executive Committee will hear two election challenges from Hamilton County, including one for the county mayor race, by Zoom on Friday night. Sabrena Smedley is challenging the county mayor contest on grounds of many cross-over votes by Democrats that she said helped Weston Wamp win. The Hamilton County Election Commission has certified ... (click for more)

Opinion

Howard Graduates Shined Despite Gang Interruption

I have had many career highlights, but none like the partnership that Lookout Mountain Conservancy has enjoyed with The Howard School for the past 10 years. I have gotten to know hundreds of the students, and I often walk away thinking how fantastic these students are, and yet, how misunderstood. May 20, 2022, is a great example. I attended The Howard School graduation at Finley ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Man And The Tree

During my Morning Readings one day last week I came across an essay that appeared in the Epoch Times on October 27, 2020 entitled ‘The Man’s Pledge.’ It is one of many stories from the newspaper’s readers to its “Dear Next Generation” where the idea is to plant … well, figuratively take a seed pod from an older tree and nurture a seedling that will grow into a new tree. The story ... (click for more)