15 hrs ago
Tennessee's Indians in the Historical Era, Part 4 of 5
Certainly by the dawn of the 18th century, the Rechaherian/Richohokan/Cherokee, who had for some time occupied the mountains of the North Carolina-East Tennessee border and the headwaters of the Savannah River, had spread to the Little Tennessee Valley and Tellico River.
21 hrs ago
Chattanooga Salvation Army Loading Flood Relief Kits And Heading To Rhea County
The Salvation Army of Greater Chattanooga is loading flood relief kits to assist with clean-up for residents of Rhea County.
Sun May 19, 2013
Tue May 14, 2013
Suspect Sought in Sale Creek
Starting about 11:00 a.m. a manhunt unfolded in Sale Creek. The crime behind this manhunt wasn't extremely serious, it was a stolen truck.
Fri May 10, 2013
A Biography of Robert Cravens
One of the most famous names associated with the Civil War battle on Lookout Mountain 150 years ago this fall was Robert Cravens.
Former Deputy Cleared in Assault Case
A former Meigs County sheriff's deputy has been cleared of any wrongdoing after he was indicted by the Rhea County grand jury in February.
PHOTOS: Notre Dame Takes 2-1 District Soccer Victory Over CCS
Thursday's Scores Regular season Baylor 12, Brentwood Academy 0 District 5-AAA at Rhea County Losers Bracket Final Rhea County 1, Ooltewah 0 District 5-AA at Polk County Losers Bracket Final Polk County 8, Sequoyah 2 District 6-AA at Warner Park Championship East Hamilton 3, Hixson 0 District 5-A at Grace Academy Losers Bracket Final ... Notre Dame ... (more)
Wed May 08, 2013
Rhea County Road a Safety Hazard
This past year has been the perfect storm for potholes, and there's a big one in Rhea County causing plenty of headaches.
Residents don't want Mentally Disabled people living in their neighborhood
According to several Dayton residents, renovations have already begun on the historical Magnolia House located on Market Street in Dayton and area neighbors aren't happy about the mentally disabled people who are supposed to move in. Click title to watch entire video.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Goodman Manufacturing To Expand Dayton Facility Creating 200 New Jobs
Governor Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty, along with Goodman Manufacturing officials on Tuesday announced the air conditioning and heating equipment manufacturer will expand its plant in Dayton, Tn.
Heat, air conditioning maker expanding Dayton
State and company officials announced Tuesday that Goodman is investing $2 million in the plant in Rhea County, which makes commercial and light commercial heating and air conditioning equipment.
So Far this Year: 245 Deaths on TN Roads
According to the latest figures from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, 245 drivers and passengers have died from car crashes so far this year.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
The Daily News Journal
Our View: Sheriff wraps himself in biblical flag
He received a framed copy of the biblical laws, Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights last year from Rhea County activist June Griffin and put it up in the lobby, saying, "Those are documents this country was founded on." Based on statements that he is using them as historical documents, the sheriff could probably withstand legal ... (more)
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Democratic Underground Latest Breakin...
TVA mum on Watts Bar Nuclear Plant shooting details
Source: Chattanooga Times Free Press Mystery still surrounds a TVA security officer's report of a gunfight with an intruder in the middle of the night near Watts Bar Nuclear Plant.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
American Red Cross Honors 2 Volunteers During Volunteer Week
The American Red Cross of Southeast Tennessee honored two local individuals at its Volunteer Leadership Luncheon and Awards ceremony on Monday in Chattanooga as part of National Volunteer Week.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Shots fired at Tennessee nuclear plant, mainstream media silent
NBC News affiliate WRCB in Chattanooga, Tennessee is reporting today that law enforcement is still looking for the man who allegedly fired shots two days ago at a security officer near the Watts Bar nuclear plant in Tennessee .
Marsha Rogers Named Above And Beyond Award Winner For Southeast Region
Marsha Rogers, RN, was honored during National Public Health Week as the Above and Beyond Award recipient.
Ten Commandments posted in Rutherford County jail
Sheriff Robert Arnold decided to hang the Ten Commandments in the jail lobby despite a court order banning the Rutherford County Commission from doing the same at the County Courthouse.
Sun Apr 21, 2013
Firefighters battle blaze at Tenn. prison
A police presence at a Memphis park didn't deter marijuana smokers from gathering to celebrate an annual counterculture event known as 4/20. A police presence at a Memphis park didn't deter marijuana smokers from gathering to celebrate an annual counterculture event known as 4/20. Officials say a fire broke out in the administration building of a ... (more)