Caribou Run Farm owners Rachel and Robert Stultz, of LaFayette, first traveled to Alaska seven years ago.
LaFayette residents in search of a good book now have one more place to look — and it’s free and sponsored by the city.
The new and improved Chickamauga Senior Center was supposed to be move-in ready by the first of the year. But discovering asbestos in the building, built in the 1940s and which formerly housed the American Legion, meant the city had to put the plans on hold as officials tried to find emergency funding for the construction.
Walker County Schools’ Ombudsman program is gaining momentum in graduation success rates.
Bids taken by Walker County to rebuild a fire station and community center at Cedar Grove were rejected last Thursday by Sole Commissioner Bebe Heiskell.
Creighton’s Flower Shop is celebrating 72 years of business in Rossville. The shop opened in 1942 under the ownership of Bill and Gladys Creighton.
Lying in a hospital bed at Memorial Hospital after a heart attack three years ago, Dale Forrester, of Chickamauga, reassessed his life.
William Venable’s mom has battled breast cancer three times. To help find a cure, the Ringgold resident, with Great South Wrestling Federation based out of Rockwood and Dunlap, Tenn., recently put on a Making Strides wrestling event for the American Cancer Society at the LaFayette Recreation Center.
Gordon Lee High School Marching Band drum line instructor J.P. Gill says his bass line this year is the best ever.
After finalizing Walker County’s 2015 budget, Sole Commissioner Bebe Heiskell said she is going to do what it takes to manage the county’s finances better.
Ringgold’s Georgia Winery is celebrating 31 years of Grape Stomping action Saturday, Oct. 4 from noon to 5:30 p.m.
Men wearing button-downs and top hats and women wearing hoop skirts will welcome people to Heritage Day at the Marsh House Saturday, Oct. 4.
LaFayette Elks Lodge No. 2018 is reopening the Rossville Bingo Hall Saturday, Oct. 4.
Thanks to Local Option Sales Tax the city of Chickamauga will continue its zero millage rate.
One public hearing remains
A Sept. 11 public hearing will be the last chance for Walker County citizens to have their voices heard on the county’s proposed property tax increase.