Entry Forms Available For Cleveland Christmas Parade Dec. 1

Monday, October 22, 2018
Entries are now being accepted for the MainStreet Cleveland annual Christmas parade set for Saturday, December 1 beginning at 6 p.m.  "The annual Christmas parade is one of Cleveland’s longest running and most anticipated holiday traditions, with many beautiful floats and thousands of twinkling lights," officials said.

The deadline for parade entries to be turned in to the MainStreet office is Friday, Nov. 16 at 4 p.m.  After this date, a late fee will be applied.  The final date to turn in applications is by noon on Tuesday, Nov.
27.

Departing from Bradley Central High School, the parade will travel north on Highway 11, east on 3rd Street, north on Ocoee Street, around the monument, south on Broad Street, west on Inman Street, south on Highway 11 and then back to the high school.  

Entry forms and details are available at the MainStreet office, 160 Second St., or online at www.mainstreetcleveland.com.  For more information call 479-1000.

Prudhomme Fort Chapter CDXVIIC Honors Historian Tyler Boyd

Tennessee American Water Hosted Pool Party To Kick Off Summer At Chambliss Center For Children

PHOTOS: World War II Era Planes At Chattanooga Airport


Tyler Boyd, author of Tennessee Statesman Harry T. Burn: Woman Suffrage, Free Elections, and Life of Service, was the featured speaker at the May meeting of the Prudhomme Fort Chapter, of Colonial ... (click for more)

In what has become a tradition, Tennessee American Water hosted a pool party today at Chambliss Center for Children, welcoming summer with a sparkling pool and treats for the children participating ... (click for more)

Several World War II-era planes — including a B-29 like the one that dropped the atomic bombs on Japan and a B-24 — are on display at the Chattanooga Airport through Sunday as part of the Commemorative ... (click for more)


Happenings

Prudhomme Fort Chapter CDXVIIC Honors Historian Tyler Boyd

Tyler Boyd, author of Tennessee Statesman Harry T. Burn: Woman Suffrage, Free Elections, and Life of Service, was the featured speaker at the May meeting of the Prudhomme Fort Chapter, of Colonial Dames Seventeenth Century. Mr. Boyd is the great-grandnephew of Harry T. Burn, whose vote in the Tennessee Legislature gave a majority vote for women to have voting privileges. ... (click for more)

Tennessee American Water Hosted Pool Party To Kick Off Summer At Chambliss Center For Children

In what has become a tradition, Tennessee American Water hosted a pool party today at Chambliss Center for Children, welcoming summer with a sparkling pool and treats for the children participating in the summer program. Tennessee American Water filled up the more than 35,000-gallon pool at no cost to Chambliss Center for Children. “For generations, our service has been witness ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Person Pulled From Burning Home On Airport Road Saturday Morning

A person was pulled from a burning home on Airport Road on Saturday morning. Chattanooga firefighters were dispatched to 900 Airport Road Lot #92 on a residential structure fire with entrapment at approximately 9 a.m. Incident Commander Lieutenant Jack Babb reported fire and smoke showing upon arrival. Two residents had exited the structure prior to firefighters arrival, but ... (click for more)

Dallas Bay Volunteer Fire Department Saves Boat From Fire Saturday Afternoon

The Dallas Bay Volunteer Fire Department saved a million-dollar boat Saturday afternoon. A boat owner called 911 reporting a boat fire located at the Chattanooga Yacht Club at 9400 North Hickory Valley Road. The Dallas Bay VFD responded by boat and arrived on the scene reporting smoke and flames in the engine area. Firefighters quickly extinguished the fire due to 900 gallons ... (click for more)

Opinion

It Is Outrageous That County School Administration Used Our Tax Dollars For Political Lobbying

Dear Dr. Johnson, The campaign central at HCDE headquarters needs a Tennessee Little Hatch Act study time and education. The heart of the issue is that HCDE utilized our tax dollars to lobby against vouchers with employee time, equipment, and lobby payments. Here is my point, I supported ESA vouchers for Hamilton County, and so did a lot of families that desired parental ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Saturday Funnies

With all due reverence and respect for Memorial Day this Monday, The Saturday Funnies knows that those who gave their lives to preserve our freedom deserve not our laughter, but our warm memories of their devotion to our country and our fellow troops. But if you were to venture into a VFW this weekend, or come across two or more of our heroes sharing a toast, it is a safe bet ... (click for more)