U.S. Army And Covenant Transport Join Forces

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

The U.S. Army and Covenant Transport are scheduled to sign a partnership agreement on May 11 as part of the U.S. Army Partnership for Youth Success program at 11:30 a.m. at 400 Birmingham Hwy.

The PaYS Program is a strategic partnership between the Army and a cross section of private industry, academia and state and local public institutes.  The U.S. Army PaYS Program guarantees soldiers five job interviews and possible employment after their service in the Army.  The PaYS Program provides America’s youth with the unique opportunity to simultaneously serve their country and prepare for their future.   

The PaYS program is designed to help soldiers prepare for a career after the Army by connecting them with employers who understand the skills, discipline and work ethic that military service members bring to a business.  This program is part of a long-term U.S. Army effort to help soldiers forge professional relationships with businesses and encourage business owners to look to the Army as a plentiful and reliable recruiting source.  Since PaYS began in 2000, more than 993 employers have partnered with the program. 



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The Tennessee Valley Authority on Tuesday submitted notice of its intent to file an Environmental Impact Statement for the retirement of the Cumberland Fossil Plant in Cumberland City, Tn. Through ... (click for more)

ProNvest, a retirement planning and investment management service headquartered in Chattanooga, announced on Tuesday that it has launched Future Capital, a fintech platform designed to help Americans ... (click for more)

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Business

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The Tennessee Valley Authority on Tuesday submitted notice of its intent to file an Environmental Impact Statement for the retirement of the Cumberland Fossil Plant in Cumberland City, Tn. Through the upcoming EIS process, TVA will identify the timeline to retire the plant’s two coal units and if any replacement generation is needed. “This is an opportunity for TVA to show that ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Firm ProNvest Launches Retirement Fintech Platform, Future Capital

ProNvest, a retirement planning and investment management service headquartered in Chattanooga, announced on Tuesday that it has launched Future Capital, a fintech platform designed to help Americans plan for and meet their retirement goals. Future Capital is a natural evolution of ProNvest’s offering, which has been available to employees exclusively through their company-sponsored ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Eight Candidates In Running For Appointment To County Commission District 9 Seat

Eight candidates are in the running for the District 9 vacancy on the County Commission. The deadline to file was Monday at 4 p.m. Those seeking the post vacated by Chester Bankston are: Shannon Stephenson Jeff Eversole Stephen Highlander Dean Moorhouse Tunyekia Adamson Andrew Mullins Rob Healy Charles Lowery Jr. The appointment will ... (click for more)

Police Release Video Of Man They Say Shot And Killed Ralph Smith, 47, Monday Afternoon At Highway 58 Circle K

Chattanooga Police have released a video of a man they believe shot and killed Ralph Smith, 47, on Monday afternoon at the Circle K on Highway 58. The video shows a young black male with dreads coming in the front door of the convenience store. Click here for the video. At approximately 4:28 p.m., Chattanooga Police were dispatched to the location on a report of a person shot. ... (click for more)

Opinion

Please Stop Calling Us “Latinx”

We’re asking nicely, because we think the use of the term has been mostly well-intentioned. But let’s start with some numbers: a mere 3 percent of Americans of Latin-American descent use “Latinx” to describe themselves. This is based on a 2020 Pew Research poll of about 3,000 American Latinos. Those who want for “Latinx” to become the default say it’s preferable because it’s ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: "Use It, Or Lose It”

Just one month ago, the America people were clamoring for the COVID vaccine. In mid-April, the United States was inoculating quite nearly 3 million doses a day, yet today our heroic health department heroes can’t give enough of the life-saving serum away. I am just like the health officials who have helpless watched as 582,081 Americans have died (as of 6 p.m. yesterday) and, closer ... (click for more)