Happenings

John Shearer: Random Thoughts About The Incline, Presidents, Tulsa, Neely, Tebow And Hornung

Seeing that the Incline Railway held its 125th anniversary on Monday brought a little sentimentality to me, not to mention the realization I am getting older. Whenever relatives or others would be in town when I was growing up in the late 1960s and early 1970s, or maybe just on occasion with my mother, we would visit such places as Rock City, Ruby Falls, the Incline and Chickamauga Battlefield. This, of course, was in the days ... (click for more)

Area around Wolftever Creek Greenway. See John Shearer's continuing series on Chattanooga's greenways.
Area around Wolftever Creek Greenway. See John Shearer's continuing series on Chattanooga's greenways.

Life With Ferris: The Holiday Spirit Is Alive At Courtney Christmas Trees

Jerry Summers: Jamestown And Benton, Tennessee's Astronaut


Ahhhhh, Thanksgiving is upon us. No matter how you plan to celebrate, either with hoards of folks you love or with a smaller crew this year, the holidays are officially here. And yes, they look a bit different this year, this crazy year of 2020 that brought, among many other things, lots of ... (click for more)

Fentress County is best known as the birthplace and residence of World War I Medal of Honor recipient, Alvin C. York but it also can proudly claim that an astronaut in the United States space program was born in Jamestown. Roger K. Crouch came into this world on September 12, 1940 and his ... (click for more)



Hunter Museum Of American Art Receives Southeastern Museums Conference Awards

3rd Annual Run With Reason To Raise Funds To Support The Angel Tree Program

The Salvation Army Chattanooga Has 1,500 Angels That Need To Be Adopted


The Hunter Museum of American Art announces it received a 2020 Southeastern Museums Conference Silver Award for Exhibitions for its fall 2019 exhibition Noel W. Anderson: Blak Origin Moment, ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Echelon's Run with Reason, presented by HHM CPAs, is an annual run and shopping event to raise money for less fortunate families who are designated recipients of the Chattanooga Salvation ... (click for more)

The Salvation Army Chattanooga Area Command says that as of today, 1,500 Angels in the Chattanooga region have not been adopted. The deadline to adopt an Angel is Dec. 5. Potential adopters ... (click for more)


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