Jaime Simonds’ never-ending day begins at 5:45 a.m., give or take a few minutes for one of the 11 alarms she has set to jostle her awake.
Chickamauga City Manager Micheal Haney met with Orange Grove Recycling Center recently to discuss a possible partnership with them to pick up city recycling.
The new Goodlet Farm wedding venue in Rock Spring gives new meaning to the term “something old.”
Chickamauga’s Catherine McNally has a new title under her belt. The “No. 1 Trojan Fan of All Time” and “Mobile County [Ala.] Coach of the Year” is now also “Woman of the Year.”
Walker County Fire Department firefighters partner with Rock Spring Elementary School often for fire prevention education. Aside from teaching them fire safety tips and fire statistics, Fire and Life Safety Educator Capt. Traci Reece gets the firemen more involved in the school by letting RSES students adopt them.
Walker County Stocking Full of Love is gearing up to help children this holiday season through two more fundraisers.
Outdoor work has resumed on the future site of the LaFayette-Walker County Library, but county crews are chancing good weather and the will of the people when it comes to completing the library.
Students at Gilbert Elementary School are finding out how fun learning can be through an assortment of new farming, engineering and technology advantages the school offers.
Oakwood Baptist Church is hosting the Chickamauga Harvest Festival Saturday, Nov. 2 to raise funds for the church’s Caring Missions Fund.
Walker County Sole Commissioner Bebe Heiskell is hoping for a merry Christmas – economic development wise.
The city of Chickamauga is recycling an old scenario — no recycling service.
Carnival food, candy and lots of people in costume — typically 2,000-3,000 people — set the scene for the annual Scare on the Square in downtown LaFayette.
On the heels of a Downtown Development Authority meeting to help spur a Rossville resurgence comes the revival of an event to bring the community together and draw them downtown.
The “Trojan Walk” — where the football team prepares to run through the archway onto Billy Neil Ellis Stadium — is looking better than ever.
Voters have just under six weeks to decide how they’ll vote on the next round of SPLOST.