Public Invited To Annual Christmas Tree Lighting At SAU

Friday, November 10, 2017

The public is invited to join Southern Adventist University for a festive evening of food, fellowshipand music to kick off the Christmas season. Southern’s annual Christmas Tree Lighting will be on Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 6:30 p.m. in front of Wright Hall, 4881 Taylor Circle in Collegedale.

The evening will begin with a welcome from President David Smith, followed by refreshments and performances be various music groups, including Southern’s Jazz Ensemble, Collegedale Academy Band, the Southern Ringtones and more.

In case of inclement weather, the rain date will be Thursday, Nov. 30. For more information, call 423-236-2814.


Houston Museum Hosts Holiday Tea On High Street Dec. 2

CDOT Announces Closures On Williams Street And Sandswitch Road

The Salvation Army To Deliver Thanksgiving Meals To Chattanooga Shut-Ins And Neighbors In Cleveland


The Houston Museum of Decorative Arts hosts a to the holiday season in its annual Holiday Tea on High Street, Sunday, Dec. 2 ,at the museum. Served in both parlors of the Victorian home that ... (click for more)

Williams Street will be closed between W. 31st Street and W. 33rd Street from Monday, Nov. 26 until Friday, Dec. 28 for work on the waterlines. Detours will be posted. Sandswitch Road will ... (click for more)

The Salvation Army has identified more than 500 low-income seniors who would not otherwise have a Thanksgiving meal and are homebound. "As a result of our generous community, these seniors ... (click for more)


Happenings

Houston Museum Hosts Holiday Tea On High Street Dec. 2

The Houston Museum of Decorative Arts hosts a to the holiday season in its annual Holiday Tea on High Street, Sunday, Dec. 2 ,at the museum. Served in both parlors of the Victorian home that houses the Houston Museum, this traditional English tea features authentic English treats such as scones with lemon curd or clotted cream, finger sandwiches, trifle, savories and sweets. ... (click for more)

CDOT Announces Closures On Williams Street And Sandswitch Road

Williams Street will be closed between W. 31st Street and W. 33rd Street from Monday, Nov. 26 until Friday, Dec. 28 for work on the waterlines. Detours will be posted. Sandswitch Road will be closed to through traffic from Boy Scout Road to Lower Mill Road and will be completely closed between the addresses of 6735 to 6751 Sandswitch Road from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Humane Educational Society Officials Say Chip Baker Trying To Derail $10 Million County Gift 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)

Man Empties Gun On Walker County Deputies After Traffic Stop, But They Are Not Hit; 1st Suspects Cleared

The Walker County Sheriff's Office said a man emptied his gun at two deputies after a traffic stop off Wilson Road in Rossville on Tuesday, but they were not hurt. The deputies returned fire, and it is believed that the shooter was hit twice. The Sheriff's Office first said the shooter was Robert Dean Root, and a passenger who got out prior to the shooting was John Ambers ... (click for more)

Opinion

HES Can't Be Matched, Replicated Or Cheaply Duplicated

As a volunteer at the Humane Educational Society for four years, I have first-hand knowledge of the work this organization does and the conditions it has to overcome to do it. The 118-year-old facility in which the administration, staff and volunteers work every day is at the end of its road. A new shelter space is more than warranted. The good news is that there are county funds ... (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)