6th Annual Hullco Heritage Announced

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

The 2017 Hullco Heritage Event benefiting local charities The Pat Summitt Foundation, Hunter Worley Foundation, Restore Place, The Believe Campaign for a new Children's Hospital and The Jason Foundation is less than a week away.

Events include a concert, dinner and silent auction on Monday, Oct. 16 at 6:30 p.m. at Coker Tire Classic Auto Museum. Guests can RSVP here.



The night will start with local favorites Bill McCallie and In Cahoots followed by Walt Wilkins & The Mystiquero.

Food will be provided by The Feed Co. Table and Tavern.
  
Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct 17 for The Annual Golf Tournament at Council Fire in Memory of Donald Fontana. Shot gun start will be at 10 a.m.



Area 4 Special Olympics Basketball Tournament Will Be Feb. 23

Area Special Olympics athletes will be competing in a basketball tournament on Friday, Feb. 23, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the UTC Roundhouse. Area 4 Special Olympic athletes includes those in Bledsoe, Bradley, Grundy, Hamilton, Marion, McMinn, Marion, McMinn, Polk, Rhea and Sequatchie counties.  Special Olympics Tennessee has helped thousands of children and ... (click for more)

Let's Not Make Chattanooga Dirty Again Rally Was Friday

The Clean Tennessee Campaign hosted a rally on Friday on the Walnut Street Bridge. The “Let’s Not Make Chattanooga Dirty” again rally called on the community and senators for clean air for the city. Organizers said this can be done by protecting vehicle emission standards and the Environmental Protection Agency.   (click for more)

1 Person Killed In Accident Involving 18-Wheeler On Ochs Highway

A person was killed Saturday morning on Ochs Highway. An 18-wheeler was coming down the mountain, and hit three cars traveling up the mountain. It was reported the over-turned truck contained 35,000 gallons of chemicals, and evacuations of homes nearby were happening. Ochs Highway was closed in both directions, and HAZMAT crews were at the scene. More information will follow. (click for more)

Erlanger, UT Medical Say Working To Resolve Issues

Erlanger Health System and University of Tennessee College of Medicine officials said they are working through some issues, but expect to maintain their long-standing relationship. The entities said they "are facing a number of historic matters that are being addressed in a proactive manner. Our intentions are to transition to a more contemporary model, thereby enhancing ... (click for more)

The Right To Bear Arms, But Not Assault Rifles - And Response (2)

I am not a bleeding heart, liberal, left leaning, anti-second amendment person. I am a politically moderate conservative who believes in the right to bear arms, but not assault rifles. I am also a retired school principal who is tired of seeing innocent children slaughtered in our schools. I am also tired of nothing being done. Yes, mental health should be considered when ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Saturday Funnies

It wasn’t lost on me that during Valentine Week, when we most remember those we love, this first story was included in my weekly email. As has become my habit, every Saturday I try to come up with a new edition of The Saturday Funnies because I get some delightful ones that are shared by my friends during the week. We must never waste a giggle. So in keeping with my ... (click for more)