Lookout Valley Neighborhood Association Meets Thursday Evening

Thursday, November 7, 2019

The Lookout Valley Neighborhood Association (LVNA) will be meeting Thursday at 6:30 p.m. 

The keynote speaker will be Earl Freudenberg, radio and TV personality and Vietnam Era, U.S. Army veteran.

The meeting will be held at the John A. Patten Center, 3202 Kelly Ferry Road.


Jerry Summers - When Sgt. York Came To Chattanooga

Holiday Lights At The Chattanooga Zoo

Thanksgiving Volunteers Needed At Union Gospel Mission


The nation’s greatest World War I hero came to Chattanooga on May 28, 1919, as an honored guest for a two-day stay at the luxurious Patten Hotel. The reception that 31-year-old Sergeant Alvin ... (click for more)

The Chattanooga Zoo will present its annual holiday event, Holiday Lights on Dec. 13-14 and 20-21 from 5:30-8 p.m. Visitors will see the Zoo transformed into a winter wonderland while celebrating ... (click for more)

In 2020 the Union Gospel Mission will celebrate 70 years of ministering to and serving the homeless and needy in the Chattanooga area. For over 70 years it has provided over 2 million meals, ... (click for more)


Happenings

Jerry Summers - When Sgt. York Came To Chattanooga

The nation’s greatest World War I hero came to Chattanooga on May 28, 1919, as an honored guest for a two-day stay at the luxurious Patten Hotel. The reception that 31-year-old Sergeant Alvin York received when his train pulled into the Terminal Station was much more than he could have ever expected. Hundreds of well-wishers carrying flowers clogged the train station as the hero ... (click for more)

Holiday Lights At The Chattanooga Zoo

The Chattanooga Zoo will present its annual holiday event, Holiday Lights on Dec. 13-14 and 20-21 from 5:30-8 p.m. Visitors will see the Zoo transformed into a winter wonderland while celebrating the holidays with their families. Activities include the festive lights, decorate and enjoy cookies, visit and get a photo made with Santa, watch the animals open their gifts, and more. ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Governor Bill Lee Helps Celebrate Start Of $800 Million Volkswagen Electric Vehicle Plant

Governor Bill Lee was at Enterprise South Industrial Park on Wednesday to celebrate the start of an $800 million electric vehicle plant by Volkswagen designed to employ about 1,000 workers. The Chattanooga facility, with 700,000 square feet of space, will be the first to produce Volkswagen's modular electric toolkit chassis, also known as MEB. The new electric model may be out ... (click for more)

County Schools To Open Regular Time On Wednesday Despite Frigid Temps; It Will Be Half Day Of School

The Hamilton County Schools will open at the regular time on Wednesday despite frigid temperatures. School officials said, "We have been closely monitoring the weather for tomorrow morning and intend to open all schools on time tomorrow, Nov. 13. Temperatures will be low so please remember to dress students warmly for the school day. "As a reminder, tomorrow is a half-day ... (click for more)

Opinion

Thanks, Georgia Public TV

All of my grandchildren have enjoyed watching PBS morning shows like Curious George and Daniel Tiger. This morning, contrary to their stated schedule and without warning, our local Public TV station, WTCI, switched to a new clown show instead of their regular children’s programming. This clown is not really funny, however. His name is Adam Schiff. But kudos to Georgia Public ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Guns Ain’t The Problem

As one who doesn’t get all juiced over every political race in the country, I tend to believe the majority of folks in their home area, be it Kentucky or Virginia for example, know a lot more about not only what happens every day where they live but what they need to fix it than I do. When Barack Obama was elected he wasn’t my pick, but America elected him and therefore he was my ... (click for more)