The Future of Butch Jones at Tennessee

By Alex Norman Well, we are smack dab in the dog days of summer.  The Vols first football game is still more than 7 weeks away.  It’s brutal.  We are all stuck watching tennis or golf.  There is some soccer, but it isn’t the really good soccer. We have to do something to fill the […]

Legal and Public Notices for the week of July 10, 2017

Foreclosure notices NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated March 30, 1999, executed by MITZI F. FIX, conveying certain real property therein described to TITLE SERVICES, INC., as Trustee, as same appears of record in the Register’s Office […]

Tennessee Aquarium Joins Forces with 18 Other Top U.S. Aquariums

Tackling Growing Plastic Pollution Threat Facing Ocean, Rivers, Great Lakes Nineteen aquariums across the United States, including the Tennessee Aquarium, have joined forces and created a new Aquarium Conservation Partnership (ACP) to address one of the gravest threats facing ocean and freshwater animals – plastic pollution. Today, the ACP announced the launch of a nationwide […]

RLS Relief

By Joe Rector For several years, I’ve been plagued by RLS—Restless Leg Syndrome. No, it’s not a disease, just like other conditions discussed in commercials aren’t diseases. Still, this thing is more than a bit troublesome. I constantly look for cures or aids for RLS but don’t discover many. For those who don’t know about […]

Back When, Part 8

By Ralphine Major His words have been like a walk through history back when life was simpler.  The late Woodrow Luttrell took time to document such a lifestyle.  “For school clothes, some of us children looked forward to the beginning of the fall school term as we boys would usually get two new pairs of […]

What is a Clerk and Master?

By Jedidiah McKeehan You may have heard of the legal title, “Clerk and Master,” at some point. What does that term mean? Who is that person? Is it the same person? Yes, it is a weird name for one person. The Clerk and Master performs some of the same duties as the Clerk of a […]

State wrestling champion Fortner starting over at UTC

State wrestling champion Fortner starting over at UTC

By Steve Williams Hunter “HT” Fortner says he likes hard work. So much, in fact, the Gibbs High graduate left behind a football scholarship offer from the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Ky., and became a preferred walk-on in the UT-Chattanooga wrestling program. While waiting a couple of weeks for official scholarship papers to […]

The last years of Gordon Browning, part two

The last years of Gordon Browning, part two

By Ray Hill For three decades Gordon Browning had been a force to be reckoned with in Tennessee politics. Following his disastrous attempt to return to the governorship in 1954, Browning was relegated to the status of senior statesman. First elected to Congress in 1922, Gordon Browning left office thirty years later. Browning belonged to […]

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