Crime Is The Real Problem

Friday, July 1, 2022

It doesn't matter how much the city of Chattanooga decides to spend on new stadiums and tourist attractions. As long as people don't feel safe downtown, they will stay away.

Chattanooga has been taken over by thugs and criminals. I will continue to stay away and encourage others to do the same. 

Deborah W. Lovin


Those That Made Tyner High School Great

Faye Robinson Thanks The Voters

Joe Biden Or Joe Stalin? - And Response (6)


I would like to thank John Shearer for the article on Tyner High history. I want to list a few names of teachers that made it great. I know I will probably leave out a name and I am sorry. The ... (click for more)

I want to thank the voters for electing me to be the first Hamilton County School Board member for the newly created District 10. Thank you to my family, friends, neighbors and my campaign team. ... (click for more)

August 8, 2022, the United States became a Third World country thanks to AG Merrick Garland and FBI Director Chris Wray, sinister henchmen of Joe Biden. From reports, FBI agents executed an unprecedented ... (click for more)



Opinion

Those That Made Tyner High School Great

I would like to thank John Shearer for the article on Tyner High history. I want to list a few names of teachers that made it great. I know I will probably leave out a name and I am sorry. The names that follow made Tyner High School great. Kent Hampton, Andy Anderson, Bill Kennedy, Terry Parks, Diane Whittaker, Monte Howard, Eva Pennington, Raymond Adams, Marvin Cousins, Patsy ... (click for more)

Faye Robinson Thanks The Voters

I want to thank the voters for electing me to be the first Hamilton County School Board member for the newly created District 10. Thank you to my family, friends, neighbors and my campaign team. For the last six months, I have been on a listening tour. I asked a lot of questions. I wanted to see and hear from students, teachers, parents, support staff, administration and taxpayers, ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Heavy Rain Closes Many Chattanooga Streets; Some Vehicles Were Entrapped On Moore Road; Surrounding Areas Get Up To 4 Inches

Heavy rain through the Chattanooga area on Wednesday caused a number of flooding problems. Rhea County was also under a flash flood warning after a line of heavy thunderstorms came through the county dumping rain. Brad Harrison, Emergency Management director for Rhea County, said he and his staff were continuously checking problem prone creeks in the area to make sure of any ... (click for more)

City Council Gives Final Approval For Stadium Deal; Council Adds Provisions For "Transparency" On $80 Million Project

The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the $80 million Southside Stadium project. The action puts in motion the ability for a new city/county Sports Authority to convene and issue $80 million in bonds for the "community" facility on nine acres at the U.S. Pipe/Wheland Foundry site. Councilman Chip Henderson added several provisions that he said would add "transparency" ... (click for more)

Sports

Hash Leads UTC Soccer To Win Over MTSU

Chattanooga’s Shelby Hash battled through the Middle Tennessee defense Tuesday night twice to give the Mocs a 2-1 win over the Blue Raiders in preseason women’s soccer action. The two teams battled to a draw in the first of three 30-minute periods at the Dean A. Hayes Track and Soccer Stadium. In the 43 rd minute of the match, Hash fought off the defense, pushing the ball through ... (click for more)

Randy Smith: Rusty's Ready To Go

As the Chattanooga Mocs open their fourth season under head coach Rusty Wright, there is an air of excitement and high expectations. The Mocs are the pre-season favorites to win the Southern Conference Championship as well as being ranked 12th in the polls before the season gets underway. That's pretty good for a guy who has more than paid his dues since he graduated from UTC in ... (click for more)