CCA’s Choo Choo Kids Present Raise You Up

Monday, September 16, 2019

Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts presents the Choo Choo Kids’ fall showcase, Raise You Up, directed by Cody Murphy, with choreography by Lindsay Fussell. This musical revue features high school performers presenting an eclectic mix of songs by Adele, Queen and others, in addition to Broadway favorites. 

Sixteen of CCA’s multi-talented high school music majors comprise this year’s Choo Choo Kids ensemble, a group that originated under the direction of Mr. Allan Ledford. In addition to their CCA shows, the Choo Choo Kids perform at various local events throughout the school year.

The evening of song and dance will be Thursday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. in the CCA auditorium, with a dessert reception to follow. 

Tickets are $5 for just the show, or $10 for the show and reception. Dessert tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets for the show and dessert reception may be purchased online by visiting cca.hcde.org and selecting Online School Payments. Show-only tickets may be purchased online or at the door.


Freedom Rings Commemorates D-Day And WWII Veterans

Weekly Road Construction Report

Girl Scouts Holds Drive-Through Cookie Booth Saturday At 24Hour Self Storage


Hamilton County Government will join Freedom Rings Global’s commemoration on the 76th Anniversary of the D-Day Landing at Normandy. Residents of Hamilton County and the region are encouraged ... (click for more)

Here is the weekly road construction report for Hamilton County: I-24 Replacement of Belvoir Avenue bridge over I-24 and I-24 bridges over Germantown Road near MM 183: Lane shifts are in place ... (click for more)

Girl Scouts of the Southern Appalachians will be selling Girl Scout Cookies by way of a drive-through cookie booth on Saturday at 24Hour Self Storage, 2620 Guthrie St. NW, Cleveland, TN, from ... (click for more)



Happenings

Freedom Rings Commemorates D-Day And WWII Veterans

Hamilton County Government will join Freedom Rings Global’s commemoration on the 76th Anniversary of the D-Day Landing at Normandy. Residents of Hamilton County and the region are encouraged to ring their bells at 6:44 p.m. this Saturday. The bells will begin ringing in Western Europe and will continue across the continent and the Atlantic Ocean to the United States and Canada. ... (click for more)

Weekly Road Construction Report

Here is the weekly road construction report for Hamilton County: I-24 Replacement of Belvoir Avenue bridge over I-24 and I-24 bridges over Germantown Road near MM 183: Lane shifts are in place on I-24 EB and WB under the Belvoir Avenue Bridge, at North and South Terrace approaching the Belvoir Avenue Bridge, and on Germantown Road under the I-24 Bridge. Single interior lane closures ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Hamilton County Has 4th Coronavirus Death In 3 Days; State Records 13 New Deaths

There has been another coronavirus death in Hamilton County - the fourth in three days. The new total is 19. There were 56 new coronavirus cases in Hamilton County, bringing the total to 1,275. There are 15 patients in Intensive Care. The state reported 13 new deaths from the virus, bringing the total to 401. There were 298 new cases. That brings the total to 25,120. ... (click for more)

Man Arrested On Top Of Building Near Choo Choo With AR-15, AK-47 3 Loaded Handguns

A man was arrested Wednesday night on top of a downtown building armed with rifles and handguns. Police Chief David Roddy said Kevin Leiko was at 1417 Market St. across from the Chattanooga Choo Choo. He was found with an AR-15, and AK-47 and three loaded handguns. Leko, 35, resides at that address. Police acted on a tip that a man with a rifle was on a building along ... (click for more)

Opinion

It's About Time Riverbend Was Cancelled - And Response

Since its inception, Friends of the Festival seemed bound and determined to make Riverbend a national event, ignoring the opinions of many Chattanoogans. Riverbend started as a local event drawing on the tastes and desires of local citizens yet has devolved into an outrageously expensive, super-crowded two-week-long free-for-all. Riverbend has drastically deviated from its original ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Two Inches From Hell

By ordinary standards it might be best described as one of life’s worst 1-2 punches, a pair of hard, personal blows that drop you to your knees. True, each devastating blow was uncommonly back to back. But, no, when I learned Wednesday morning that college football icon Johnny Majors had died just some 48 hours after another legend, Auburn’s Pat Dye, it was as though I’d been hit ... (click for more)