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Saturday, June 8, 2019

Bryan Johnson needs to go back where he came from. I’m sick and tired of the school board begging for money and then when they get it nothing.

You see the school board employees are getting paid. Salaries were shown . People are missing it.

The goal is to get these kids off the failing list and have better opportunities when they graduate and to be able to go to college. School board nickels and dimes the citizens of Chattanooga. I’m tired of it.

The urban schools have yet to get a facelift in their buildings. You got kids zoned to these schools but yet the private schools are getting their attention because they have a great program and better equipment.

Each year y’all promise to give teachers raises in Chattanooga. The good teachers go unnoticed . The Hamilton County school board promotes certain ones and it’s been the good ones holding it down. Then you hire rookie principals who simply can’t run a school and teachers fear for their lives all because I wanna be friends with the students and wanna be in a limelight 

It’s time out for asking for money and failed promises and the people are getting tired of the baloney. Every one wants money. With the current state everyone wants money but the pay's not going up.

Bryan Johnson has an agenda and so does his wife. Go back to Clarksville and leave Chattanooga. It seems to be all about the money. Do the right thing. I work hard for my money and I don’t get any handouts.

Toy Jackson



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Opinion

Vols Plan For Defeating Chattanooga

The Infrastructure Rebuild Budget Is Akin To A Band Aid

I read in present tense on the Chattanoogan.com this morning and I see two stories about water issues in Chattanooga. My wife and I, amongst many others, are constrained in work. My two daughters are out of work today because of the absence of this utility. The water company budget on infrastructure rebuild and repair is akin to a band aid brought to a bike crash on a gravel road. ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Tennessee American Water Begins To Restore Water Service

Tennessee American Water successfully completed repairs to the impacted water main around 4 a.m. and has begun the process of restoring the system. Officials said, "The return to normal operating conditions will occur slowly and return last to customers at the highest elevations within the system, such as Lookout Mountain and Elder Mountain. We anticipate that most of the system ... (click for more)

Darrell Hill, 20, Shot And Killed On Dahlia Street; 3 Teenagers Arrested

Darrell Hill, 20, was shot and killed on Dahlia Street Thursday afternoon. Three teenagers have been arrested for the homicide. At approximately 12:14 p.m., Chattanooga Police responded to a p erson shot call in the 3900 block of Dahlia Street. Upon arrival, police located the victim lying on the ground with an apparent gunshot wound. Hamilton County EMS pronounced him ... (click for more)

Sports

UT Manhandles Mocs 45-0

The Chattanooga Mocs made the short trip up I-75 falling 45-0 at Tennessee. The Vols took advantage of early struggles to put the game away early. A big return on the opening kickoff set Tennessee up with a short field. It took six plays to go 41 yards with the initial tally coming on a 13-yard Ty Chandler run. The next score came less than two minutes later with Brandon Johnson ... (click for more)

UTC's Gerdes Leads Mocs In Chattanooga Collegiate Clay Court Championships

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga junior Niklas Gerdes led the Mocs men’s tennis team on the second day of the Chattanooga Collegiate Clay Court Championships at Manker Patten. The Geestland, Germany, native advanced to the finals of the doubles draw and the singles semifinals with wins today. Gerdes started the morning session with a 6-0 doubles win with sophomore Tomas ... (click for more)