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U.S. Representative Marsha Blackburn, at Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County, Monday, Feb. 26, noon at The International Towing and Recovery Museum, 3315 Broad St. Lunch buffet is $13. RSVP to rsvppachy@gmail.com whether eating or not.

Julie Baumgardner, First Things First, at East Brainerd Chamber Council Meeting, Tuesday, Feb. 27, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at Car Barn, 6721 Heritage Business Court. Cost is $12.

Christy Gillenwater, CEO, Chattanooga Chamber, at Downtown Chamber Council Meeting, Thursday, March 1, 7:30-9 a.m. at Bessie Smith Cultural Center, 200 E. M L King Blvd. Cost is $15.

Dr. Donna Van Natten, Body Language Dr., at East Ridge Chamber Council Meeting, Thursday, March 1, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. at East Ridge Community Center, 1517 Tombras Ave. Cost is $10.

Dr. Bryan Johnson, HCDE Superintendent, at Chattanooga Rotary Club, Thursday, March 1, noon at the Convention Center.

Dr. Ashford, Chattanooga State president, at Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County, Monday, March 5, noon at The International Towing and Recovery Museum, 3315 Broad St. Lunch buffet is $13. RSVP to rsvppachy@gmail.com whether eating or not.

Tracy Knauss, the “Photo Doctor,” on Making Your Family History, at The Signal Mountain Genealogical Society, Tuesday March 6, 1 p.m. at Walden Town Hall, 1836 Taft Hwy. Refreshments will be served, followed with a brief business meeting and program. Visitors are welcome.

Mickey Cloud, senior vice president, VaynerMedia, at Public Relations Society of America Lookout Chapter’s professional development luncheon, Wednesday, March 7, 11:30 a.m. at the Mountain City Club. Membership in PRSA Lookout Chapter is not required to attend, but tickets are limited. Reserve online here.

Luke Marklin, CEO, Bellhops, at Chattanooga Rotary Club, Thursday, March 8, noon at the Convention Center.

Jon Nessle, the ornamentor, on trees and spring storms , at The Chattanooga Civitan Club, Friday, March 9, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Bessie Smith Hall, 200 E Martin L King Blvd.

U.S. Representative Diane Black, at Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County, Monday, March 12, noon at The International Towing and Recovery Museum, 3315 Broad St. Lunch buffet is $13. RSVP to rsvppachy@gmail.com whether eating or not.

Bill Johnson, CEO, TVA, at Chattanooga Rotary Club, Thursday, March 15, noon at the Convention Center.

Michelle Brickey, Challenge Air, at The Chattanooga Civitan Club, Friday, March 16, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Bessie Smith Hall, 200 E Martin L King Blvd.

Hamilton County Commissioner Sabrena Smedley, at Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County, Monday, March 19, noon at The International Towing and Recovery Museum, 3315 Broad St. Lunch buffet is $13. RSVP to rsvppachy@gmail.com whether eating or not.

Jeff Deloach, president, Times Free Press, at Downtown Kiwanis Club, Tuesday, March 20, noon at Mountain City Club, 729 Chestnut St.

Jeff DeLoach, president/CEO, Chattanooga Times Free Press, at Chattanooga Rotary Club, Thursday, March 22, noon at the Convention Center.

Randy Boyd, Republican candidate for governor of Tennessee, at Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County, Monday, March 26, noon at The International Towing and Recovery Museum, 3315 Broad St. Lunch buffet is $13. RSVP to rsvppachy@gmail.com whether eating or not.


Latest Hamilton County Jail Booking Report

Here is the latest jail booking report from Hamilton County: ANDERSON, CEAUNA JASHAE  2501 OAK ST CHATTANOOGA, 37404  Age at Arrest: 19 years old Arresting Agency: Chattanooga DOMESTIC ASSAULT --- BLEVINS, JAMES BRAYDEN  683 BANDY RD RINGGOLD, 30736  Age at Arrest: 27 years old Arresting Agency: Chattanooga THEFT OF PROPERTY DRUGS GENERAL ... (click for more)

Report Of Shots Fired At Hamilton Place Mall Sends Crowd Scrambling; No Victims Found

A report of shots fired at Hamilton Place Mall shortly after 6 p.m. on Saturday sent customers at the mall racing out in a panic. Police later said no shooting victims had been found. A call to 911 at 6:07 p.m. said there was an "active shooter." There was a call for EMS to the mall, then another call at 6:10 p.m. of an "active shooter." Those in the vicinity of the mall said ... (click for more)

The Logic of Hysteria: A Hometown Look from A Thousand Miles Away

There was a shooting recently in my hometown, in the parking lot of the mall. It made the national news and I was reading the user comments on the story. Someone was giving their experience about how they heard some rounds fired near the Sears. The next comment was, “They still have a Sears?”   So what the heck happened? The police say there was never an active shooter, ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Why CNN Is Gonna Croak

I believe CNN (Cable News Network) has become one of the most disappointing news sources America has ever known in the last five years. The bastions of sound journalism no longer exist as the once-great organization has gone the way of liberal loathing. Its new basis-of-fact cannot be trusted and the overwhelming bias against conservatives in our nation is as morbid as it is frightening. ... (click for more)

Baylor Boys Advance To D-II Final Four

Baylor and Ensworth split their two regular-season basketball games with the Red Raiders prevailing by 15 at home while the Tigers won by a dozen in Nashville. They played the rubber game in the series Saturday at Baylor’s Jimmy Duke Arena. The game was much closer than either of the first two, but the home team won again as Baylor improved to 18-6 with the closer-than-it-sounds ... (click for more)

Cookeville Shocks Cleveland, 70-68, In Region 3-3A Tournament

CLEVELAND, Tenn. – As a No. 1 seed, Cleveland had reason to feel comfortable going into Saturday’s Region 3-3A boys’ basketball tournament against No. 4 Cookeville. However, the Cavaliers figured they were the Blue Raiders’ equal. And they were. Cookeville overcame a sluggish start and then took the battle to Cleveland over the final three quarters, Noah Hilliker ... (click for more)