Rock Spring Elementary School principal Kandy Gilstrap donned a superhero outfit a month ago to reward students for good grades. As the school gears up for the county’s superhero-themed Relay for Life cancer benefit, she is again calling on her superhero powers.
A large black wrestling ring towers above the crowd of 450 cheering fans.
Walker County Schools is adding five new Blue Bird buses to its fleet soon.
Johnny Cash played in a benefit to help LaFayette High School in 1970.
When the property tax bill comes in October 2015, Walker County, Ga., residents are going to owe more than they do this year.
Click, shop, help. Every purchase made through Angie’s Gifts in Rossville helps local children.
LaFayette McDonald’s Relay for Life McNight of Hope brought out the superhero in local school administrators and teachers.
What does a $1,350 prize-winning essay look like? A local Chattanooga Valley Middle School student knows, because he wrote one.
Something old, something new. Something borrowed, something blue … and yellow, purple, lime green, orange and red.
When it comes to the city of LaFayette’s operations, leaders want to see it run more like a business than a typical municipality.
While sitting in the North LaFayette Elementary School cafeteria, 8-year-old Skye Smith began choking on nachos.
When Rossville Middle School students return from spring break, they will have access to three mobile computer labs of 30 iPad Minis each; one lab for each grade.
Three lives could’ve easily been lost. Instead, three are being honored.
Historic Southern cities like Savannah and Charleston greet entering motorists, cyclists and pedestrians with beautiful trees, flowers and plants. Chickamauga City Manager Micheal Haney plans to create a similar look for the approximate 100-yard entrance to historic Chickamauga.
Rossville Middle School is launching a TVA-sponsored Lego Robotics program this month. TVA officials visited RMS this week to donate money and supplies to help kickstart the program.