Good grief. It has been said, and bears repeating: Forget St. Elmo. Bring the new Publix to Lookout Valley.
We would love to have it.
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In 2013 the Chattanoogan posted an article about an illegal immigrant that had been arrested for his 3rd DUI offense. At the time, I though how could an illegal immigrant even be in this country ... (click for more)
Ever so often my dear friend Dale Brown, the former LSU basketball coach, will include me as he shares his wonderful thoughts, occasional devotions, and glittering ideas how we should be our ... (click for more)
During the UT Vols vs. Missouri game Saturday UT's quarterback was seriously injured by Missouri linebacker Tavon Ross. Football is a rough sport and injuries frequently occur.
Being unsportsmanlike ... (click for more)
In 2013 the Chattanoogan posted an article about an illegal immigrant that had been arrested for his 3rd DUI offense. At the time, I though how could an illegal immigrant even be in this country after a first DUI arrest, let alone a second, and then a third?
This disturbed me to the point that I wrote to Rep. Chuck Fleischmann and Senator Bob Corker to ask the question of how ... (click for more)
Ever so often my dear friend Dale Brown, the former LSU basketball coach, will include me as he shares his wonderful thoughts, occasional devotions, and glittering ideas how we should be our best every day. Dale is an expert at motivation yet he’s got a friend whose insight I’ve grown to adore. When Dale was at LSU, he signed a stunning basketball player named Johnny O’Bryant III ... (click for more)
Officials of the Humane Educational Society say County Commissioner Chip Baker is trying to derail a planned $10 million county gift 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 exploring ... (click for more)
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)
The 2018-19 high school basketball season is barely a week old and most teams are still trying to figure out roles for each player and how team chemistry might eventually work out.
That was certainly the case for teams from Soddy Daisy and Red Bank Tuesday night at Soddy Daisy. Based on the final score, the visiting Lions did a better job of filling in the blanks than the Trojans ... (click for more)
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's Mocs Club announced that Chattanooga Athletics is participating in Giving Tuesday for the first time on November 27. The Mocs Club is using the day to launch its "Drive for 25" campaign. The campaign aims to raise $25,000 in scholarship funds for UTC student-athletes to which an anonymous donor has generously agreed to match.
The ... (click for more)