Five times a day, my cellphone tells me something I'd rather it didn't.by David Cook
Despite having some of the best health care companies in world, the people who live and work in Tennessee are not healthy.by
When their British allies pulled out, the Chickamauga Indians allied themselves with the Spanish in Florida.by
During a recent meeting of the Tennessee Valley Veterans Benefit, Jim Bob Nation and Frank Fejeran presented Major Marty Nix of the Civil Air Patrol's Choo Choo Senior Squadron with a check in the amount of $240. The check represents a donation to Wreaths Across America, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to place a holiday wreath on the headstones of every veteran buried at all the national cemeteries every December.
There's a spotlight today on the women attempting to transform longtime invisibility into success, money and power.by
Maybe it's because my generation was raised with an actor in the White House.by Jay Greeson
At the corner of Vine Street and Central Avenue sits a splendid 104-year-old house — a mansion, really — with a panoramic view of Missionary Ridge.by Mark Kennedy
For more than two decades, Chattanooga's newspapers have recognized area valedictorians.by Alison Gerber
Not long after the news broke that City Hall hoped to spend $4 million — roughly half from taxpayers, half from private donors — on mood-lighting the Walnut Street Bridge, I spoke with Antoine Ward, who teaches and coaches middle school football at East Lake Academy.by David Cook
Chattanooga could just as well have been named "Chickamauga" for all the ways the name appears locally. The Chickamauga Military Park was named for the Civil War battle fought near West Chickamauga Creek. The Chickamauga Dam and Chickamauga Lake were both created by impounding the Tennessee River nearby. But memories of the fierce Chickamauga Indians, a branch of the Cherokee, were undoubtedly too fresh for the founders to consider naming the town after their traditional enemy.by
Wherein lies the tragedy in death? Is it that a life is taken too soon; or is the greater tragedy the manner in which the life was taken?
Our final numbers from Stamp Out Hunger are in, and because of the generous donations from the public, we finished at 56 percent more than last year, with a total of 118,786 pounds of food.
Gang, Arlene Hughes has left the building.by Jay Greeson
The pernicious Trump "collusion" probe is a stupid waste of money and an unnecessary national embarrassment that will backfire on Democrats.by
OK, parents. It's time for some straight talk.by Mark Kennedy
During the announcements at Wednesday's Hamilton County Commission meeting, Dr. Warren Mackey expressed his appreciation for all those who were willing to make the ultimate sacrifice that was D-Day.by Jay Greeson
If it had not been for a few storms, today should have been in the conversation to be a national holiday.by Jay Greeson
Roseanne Barr, the comedian whose show was canceled by ABC last week, made unacceptable, crude and indefensible statements about Valerie Jarrett, a senior adviser to former President Barack Obama.by
Single performance tickets go on sale soon for this season's Broadway at the Tivoli program, which includes eight performances of "The Book of Mormon" at the end of February 2019.by David Cook
The roots of the Riverbend Festival go back more than a century.by
The 6th Cavalry Museum had a delivery of five display cabinets from Huntsville, Alabama, and three students from the Performance Learning Center, the school next door to the museum, came to the rescue to unload and get them into the museum.
So many folks have asked or emailed me about comparisons between Samantha Bee and Roseanne Barr, and whether they should be viewed in the same way.by Jay Greeson