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Environmental Summit welcomes two Heritage students

Heritage High School junior Dinah Carlton and sophomore Jared Burns are two of 12 students selected to attend the third annual Environmental Summit April 28-29 being hosted by Rock City, Ruby Falls and Chattanooga Coca-Cola.

Ridgeland High JROTC starts rifle team

Ready. Aim. Fire.

LHS’ Henry lands a spot at Environmental Summit

LaFayette High School senior Caleb Henry may have a solution to the continuing struggle over the Tennessee River’s water.

Down Home Days comes back to Chickamauga

The Chickamauga Lions Club is bringing back Down Home Days May 3.

LMS and Rosewood play Easter Bunny

The Easter Bunny found his way to children at Children’s Hospital at Erlanger and Children’s Home/Chambliss Shelter thanks to the help of Lakeview Middle School students and residents of Rosewood Assisted Living in Fort Oglethorpe.

3rd annual Whitfield Oil Trojan Run recruits runners

More than 170 runners are expected to enter the third annual Whitfield Oil Trojan Run Saturday, April 26.

Spring in bloom at the Flower Cart in Fort Oglethorpe

Working as a floral designer for the past 25 years, the Flower Cart manager Charlotte Hickman has seen her share of happiness. And sadness.

Catoosa County hosts rabies clinics April 26, May 3

Catoosa County residents can bring their pets for cheap rabies shots Saturday, April 26 and May 3.

Kids 4 Christ is looking for a new home

Kids 4 Christ leaders and children feel like they are wandering through the desert looking for an oasis to call home, similar to Abraham’s call to pack up and move, as told in Genesis 13, said K4C founder/Director Gail Marks.

Survivors ask others to join fight against cancer

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.

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