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Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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First Tee Of Chattanooga Golf Program For Youth Loses Its Charter; UTC To Continue Using Hickory Valley Site

Officials said First Tee of Chattanooga golf program for youth has lost its charter and a program in conjuction with the UTC golf team at the city-owned former Hickory Valley Golf Course on Hickory Valley Road will be disbanded. The First Tee program lost its charter effective last Dec. 31, officials said. The remaining parties - the city and UTC golf - are terminating the ... (click for more)

Toni Danille Watson Facing Federal Charges After Stop Turns Up Large Cache Of Meth

 An I-75 traffic stop by Bradley County Sheriff Office’s Drug Enforcement Unit has led to an indictment by a Federal Grand Jury in Chattanooga. Toni Danille Watson, 48, of Cleveland, Tn., who was a passenger in the vehicle that was stopped near the 22 mile marker in August, was indicted by the grand jury for possession with Intent to distribute over 500 grams of methamphetamine. ... (click for more)

September Is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

The calendar fills up quickly in September as families return to a packed routine after quieter summer days. Unfortunately, your health might take a backseat to your busy schedule. So make a note on your calendar that September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and remind yourself—or the men in your life—about the importance of a healthy prostate.   Prostate cancer is ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: I Am Very Privileged

A California professor who teaches sociology at San Diego State told her students she would give each extra credit if they would participate in a “White Privilege Checklist” the other day. Understand, there is no pass or fail but, the more of the 20 statements you agree with, reveals you are “more guilty” of being white and therefore more “privileged” than those who are not. ... (click for more)

Unbeaten Baylor Rolls Past Cleveland For 30th win

The Baylor Lady Red Raiders have produced more than their share of outstanding volleyball teams in head coach Sarah Lail’s tenure, but this year’s team may be the best ever. There are no real superstars like in years past, but they have a talented group of young ladies who can beat you from any number of spots on the court. Facing one of its biggest tests of the season on ... (click for more)

Vols, UMass Matchup Pits 1998 National Champions

Tennessee takes on UMass on Saturday at Neyland Stadium. The game will feature a noon ET kickoff on SEC Network.     Tennessee (2-1) is coming off a 26-20 road loss to Florida on Sept. 16. Junior running back John Kelly set career highs with 141 rushing yards and 96 receiving yards and played a major role in the Vols' second half rally before the Gators ... (click for more)