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Mercy Tabernacle, 433 Clemmer Ferry Road, Benton, will have its Feast of the Pentecost, Thursday through Sunday. Thursday prayer starts a 1 p.m., with trumpet sounding at 1:30; service at 7:30 p.m.; … more
Betty Morton Betty Morton, 63, of Chattanooga, died Wednesday night, Oct. 11, 2017. Survivors and arrangements will be announced later by Companion Funeral and Cremation Service. more
“Joint Operation,” a free event to provide veterans and their families with one-stop access to local resources and services, is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 20, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the … more
Mel Obadiah’s legs and sharp mind continue to carry him well. After an impressive finish to his track and field career at Cleveland High School, the lanky, smooth runner earned attention from … more
  String Theory, in partnership with Lee University and the Hunter Museum of American Art, will welcome the Danish String Quartet, making its Chattanooga debut, for the next installment of … more
ON?TAPThursday, Oct. 12FOOTBALLMaryville at Ooltewah, 7SOCCERDistrict 5-AAA TournamentChampionship matchBradley Central at Walker Valley, 5VOLLEYBALLTSSAA Class AAA SectionalsBlackman at Cleveland, … more
In this line of business there is hardly a dull moment, especially since covering sports on a regular basis is a dream come true. more
As early as 80 A.D., the phrase "throw dust in the eyes of ... " was used by the Roman orator Cicero, who said, "He threw dust in the eyes of the jury," describing antics by an opponent. … more
CUTLINELEE'S Samaan Williams, shown here against Shorter University,  scored his second goal of the season in the Flames' loss to Spring Hill College … more
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Lee University volleyball player Catherine Conley has been named one of two nominees from the Gulf South Conference for the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year honor. Conley … more
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