May 23, 2019
Some Hamilton County School officials and board members were instrumental in keeping Hamilton County out of the recent Education Savings Account (vouchers) legislation sought by new Governor ... (click for more)
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An investor in Chattanooga-based CBL & Associates has filed a class action lawsuit, alleging that the firm did not properly notify stockholders of a costly lawsuit.
The suit was filed ... (click for more)
Some Hamilton County School officials and board members were instrumental in keeping Hamilton County out of the recent Education Savings Account (vouchers) legislation sought by new Governor Bill Lee, central office emails show.
Supt. Bryan Johnson and board member Jenny Hill especially took a leading role, saying the vouchers would have cost the county schools millions of dollars. ... (click for more)
On Tuesday, May 21, Judge Paty and myself attended the City Council budget meeting. We did discuss our budget but there was never any mention of getting rid of the City Court until after we left. I really wish they would have ask for our input while we were there.
It appears to me that the first people you would want to ask about this issue would be the City Judges.
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A couple of weeks ago I wrote a story about the upcoming Hamilton Country budget and how the taxpayers are being asked for a $34 million increase for our public school system. “Why are we throwing more money at a dead horse?” was my question and, based on the weight of email that came in the story’s wake, there is a huge percentage of others who are past “sick and tired” in our ... (click for more)
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – There’s nothing quite like having senior leadership in critical situations with the game on the line in the state softball tournament.
Such was the case for the Baylor Lady Red Raiders, who came from ahead to score the winning run with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to nip GPS by a 4-3 final at McKnight Field No. Three Wednesday afternoon. ... (click for more)
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – Bradley Central’s baseball team could be excused if they start using the motto of Larry The Cable Guy.
At the TSSAA Class 3A state baseball tournament, the Bears “Git-R-Done.”
On Tuesday, the Bears scored two runs in the sixth inning and beat Riverdale, 2-1, in the first state tournament appearance since 2007.
Coach Travis Adams called on the same ... (click for more)