Bernie Miller's Radio Show Earns High Sunday Morning Ratings On Power 94

Saturday, January 21, 2017
Jim Brewer, president of Brewer Broadcasting, congratulated Dr. Bernie Miller, on Facebook for his Sunday morning 6-10 ratings on Power 94 with a question, "Pop Quiz...who is celebrating a birthday and just finished first AGAIN on Sunday morning ratings?  That would be my friend, Bernie...appreciate you...have a terrific day!" 
 
Dr.
Miller, who joined Brewer Broadcasting in 2005, 
had a 13.7 share of the 18-54 adults. Mr. Brewer added, "Better yet...13.1% of all persons 18+ that are listening to radio on Sunday morning are feeling the Praise!" 

Dr. Miller's listeners who know him as 'the Praise Pastor', tune in anticipating his closing phrase, "I gotta get outta here, I got to go preach." He pastors New Covenant Fellowship Church in Chattanooga which he founded in 1996 as "A place for every race."


Keith Baptist Church Homecoming Is June 9

Sound Of Tennessee Barbershop Choir Sings At Red Back Hymnal Singing

Bob Tamasy: Out Of The Dark And Into The Light


Keith Baptist Church invites the community to its Homecoming Service on Sunday, June 9 at 11 a.m. Featured musical guests are Children of the Promise, a family group from Cedartown, Ga. After ... (click for more)

The “Sound of Tennessee” barbershop choir sang to a packed house on Sunday night at the Hullander Farm in Apison. The choir is one of 30 that will compete in international completion this ... (click for more)

The TV mystery begins, and it’s dark. Dark city street, dark house, dark alley. You think, “Uh-oh, here comes trouble.” Don’t people know bad stuff happens when it’s dark? Especially if they’re ... (click for more)


Church

Keith Baptist Church Homecoming Is June 9

Keith Baptist Church invites the community to its Homecoming Service on Sunday, June 9 at 11 a.m. Featured musical guests are Children of the Promise, a family group from Cedartown, Ga. After the service, a covered dish dinner will be provided. The church is located at 1573 Keith Road in the Ringgold/Tunnel Hill area. For more information, call 706-450-0963 or visit the ... (click for more)

Sound Of Tennessee Barbershop Choir Sings At Red Back Hymnal Singing

The “Sound of Tennessee” barbershop choir sang to a packed house on Sunday night at the Hullander Farm in Apison. The choir is one of 30 that will compete in international completion this summer. The group is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The choir is directed by Chad and Brandon Guyton from Cleveland. The group has several men from Knoxville, North Georgia and Chattanooga. ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Statewide Amber Alert Issued After Man Takes 23-Month-Old Girl At Traffic Stop On Boy Scout Road In Hixson

A statewide AMBER Alert was issued by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation on behalf of the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office for Octavia Shaw. The TBI said Octavia is a 23-month-old black female with black hair and brown eyes. She is two feet tall and weighs 30 pounds. Octavia was last seen wearing a blue dress. The TBI said Octavia was taken by Matias Martinez, a 37-year-old ... (click for more)

One Of Athens Park Bloods RICO Defendants Gets 27 Months In Federal Prison On Gun Charge

Che'Anthony Cannon has been sentenced to serve 27 months in federal prison after being convicted of being a felon with a gun. Cannon, who is one of the Athens Park Bloods members charged in a RICO conspiracy in state court, appeared before Judge Curtis Collier. On Feb. 18, 2018, Chattanooga Police Department detectives encountered defendant Cannon stepping out of a vehicle ... (click for more)

Opinion

Judge Bean: City Council Should Have Asked The Judges About Doing Away With City Court

On Tuesday, May 21, Judge Paty and myself attended the City Council budget meeting. We did discuss our budget but there was never any mention of getting rid of the City Court until after we left. I really wish they would have ask for our input while we were there. It appears to me that the first people you would want to ask about this issue would be the City Judges. ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: What All Have In Common

A couple of weeks ago I was in the midst of a wonderful crowd and, as we took our places for dinner, there was a bright-eyed fifth-grader seated on my right. Like most his age, he didn’t say much at first but with a nudge or two, he really got it going. He told me how excited he was about going to McCallie this fall and I promised, “Get ready – you are going to have more fun that ... (click for more)