Ringgold Councilmember Randall Franks Hosts Heritage FBLA At Ringgold City Hall

Thursday, January 10, 2019
Pictured, from left, back, are Zachary Scheeler, Steven Burchard, Aaron Brewer, Nate Jones, Randall Franks, Ryan Craft, Alex Evans, Kameron Lyman; front, Wilson Bowen and Cooper McKee
Pictured, from left, back, are Zachary Scheeler, Steven Burchard, Aaron Brewer, Nate Jones, Randall Franks, Ryan Craft, Alex Evans, Kameron Lyman; front, Wilson Bowen and Cooper McKee
- photo by Michael Craft

The Heritage High and Middle School FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) attended a Leadership Conference at Ringgold City Hall hosted by Ringgold Councilmember and DDA Chairman Randall Franks, focusing on leadership, government and how government impacts business.

The students also, toured historic sites and participated in team building and communications activities.


Westbound Bachman Tunnel To Be Closed Early Wednesday Morning For Maintenance

Gas Line Work To Begin On Ashland Terrace On Wednesday

HES Announces "Rescues On The Runway" Fundraiser Set For March 16


Starting at midnight and concluding at 5 a.m. on Wednesday, TDOT will be closing the westbound Bachman tunnel to perform needed maintenance prior to its routine cleaning of both east and westbound ... (click for more)

Beginning on Wednesday, gas line work will commence on Ashland Terrace between Crestview Drive and Thrushwood Drive This work will require the closure of the right eastbound lane until work is ... (click for more)

Tickets and tables are on sale for the Humane Educational Society's annual "Rescues on the Runway," set for Saturday, March 16 at 6 p.m. at the Chattanooga Convention Center. "Sip on complimentary ... (click for more)


Happenings

Westbound Bachman Tunnel To Be Closed Early Wednesday Morning For Maintenance

Starting at midnight and concluding at 5 a.m. on Wednesday, TDOT will be closing the westbound Bachman tunnel to perform needed maintenance prior to its routine cleaning of both east and westbound directions of the Bachman tunnels on Thursday . Please seek alternate routes if planning to travel west to Chattanooga. (click for more)

Gas Line Work To Begin On Ashland Terrace On Wednesday

Beginning on Wednesday, gas line work will commence on Ashland Terrace between Crestview Drive and Thrushwood Drive This work will require the closure of the right eastbound lane until work is completed. Additionally, the second eastbound lane will be closed from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Monday through Friday. Eastbound traffic will be shifted into the middle turn lane during this ... (click for more)

Breaking News

City Council Approves M-1 Zoning For Harriet Tubman Site

The City Council on Tuesday night approved M-1 zoning for the 44-acre site of the former Harriet Tubman public housing project in East Chattanooga. Conditions include a list of unwanted industrial users that would not be allowed and the requirement of a transportation study before closing with a jobs prospect. Dumpsters would be at least 200 feet from a nearby home. Council ... (click for more)

Driver Flees From Collegedale Police; Runs Over Passenger Near Volkswagen; Caught At Shepherd Road

A driver sped off from Collegedale Police on Tuesday afternoon, then ran over a passenger who tried to get out of the speeding car, and finally was captured near Shepherd Road. The car chase started out on Little Debbie Parkway as a traffic stop for multiple traffic offenses. As officers approached the vehicle, the car took off. The registration displayed on the vehicle came ... (click for more)

Opinion

The Culture Of Policing In Chattanooga - And Response (3)

I totally agree with the sentiments expressed by Brenda Washington. Over the years, I have noticed that people tend to ignore or dismiss what she says, or attack her. This is unfortunate, because she is alerting people of the problems within the culture of policing in Chattanooga, whether it is in Hamilton County or the city of Chattanooga. There are good, honest police officers ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Best Olympics Story Ever

When I was in elementary school, there was an article in “Boys Life” magazine that introduced me to Jesse Owens, the great Olympic athlete who was far-and-away my favorite of all my childhood heroes. You’ll remember Hitler said Jesse was a member of the “United States Negro Auxiliary” at the 1936 Olympic Games because blacks were too inferior to be on the real U.S. team. You’ll ... (click for more)