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Roadside motels run by Mom and Pop had their heyday in the early days of motor travel up until the 1950s and 1960s. Then the freeways came along and suddenly their traffic was virtually gone. ... (click for more)
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Roadside motels run by Mom and Pop had their heyday in the early days of motor travel up until the 1950s and 1960s. Then the freeways came along and suddenly their traffic was virtually gone.
A long list of the roadside motels that once thrived in and around Chattanooga are featured in the new book Chattanooga in Old Photos, sponsored by Chattanoogan.com.
Some of those pictured ... (click for more)
Thank you to the Highway 58 branch of First Volunteer Bank.
On behalf of the Ernie Pyle Chapter of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, I would like to express our appreciation to the manager and staff of the HIghway 58 Branch of First Volunteer Bank for putting on a Veterans Day lunch in the lobby of your bank on Friday, Nov. 9. It was a cold and rainy day and Army, Marines ... (click for more)
Being a child of the South, I’ve marveled at our funny sayings for all of my life. I’ve been at a football game and heard a disgruntled fan in the stands say of his team’s quarterback, “That boy couldn’t play dead in a cowboy movie.” I’ve been at the Sunday supper table and heard, “I’m of a mind each one of his sermons is better than the next.”
And I’ve sat in a Saturday morning ... (click for more)
McCallie graduated a bunch of outstanding players from last year’s basketball team and coach John Shulman resigned shortly after the season ended.
So first-year Blue Tornado coach David Conrady was curious to see just how far his team had come thus far and he got his answer Tuesday night in a Hall of Fame game with the Ooltewah Owls at the McCallie Sports & Activities Center. ... (click for more)
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Frank Jones was back where he belongs on Tuesday night: coaching basketball.
Jones, the former Riverside High School standout, hadn’t coached a game since the 1999-2000 season when he was at Howard.
“It felt good,” said Jones, minutes after guiding Hurricanes to an impressive 86-75 season-opening victory over visiting Hardin Valley. “It’s something ... (click for more)