Hamilton County School Board Approves Teacher Stipends In Response To Staffing Shortages

As The Hamilton County School District Reports Rising Numbers Of Covid Cases In Schools, The School Board Is Attempting To Compensate Teachers For Extra Duties Incurred As A Result Of Staffing Shortages.

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Chattanooga March For Life Coming Up January 22nd

Organizers State, “With Planned Parenthood Knocking On Our Door And The Mississippi Abortion Case Before The U.S. Supreme Court, It Is More Important Than Ever That We Expose The Sanctity Of Human Life! Do Not Miss This Epic Event!”

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Moms For Liberty Uncovers Source Of Offensive Books In HCS Libraries

The Hamilton County Chapter Of Moms For Liberty Has Recently Discovered That A Local Citizen’s Group In Chattanooga Has Been Allowed To “Go Wild” Stocking The Shelves Of Elementary, Middle And High Schools Over The Past Few Years.

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Hamilton County Commission To Vote On Elected Officials’ Hiring Family Members With County Funding

The Intention Of The Proposed Resolution Is Not To Keep Elected Officials From Being Able To Hire Family Members. However, It Does Prohibit Those Officials From Being Able To Use County Funds To Pay For Those Individuals. Any Family Member Hired Would Have To…

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HCS School Board Forms Committee To Address Divisive Literature In Schools

The Hamilton County School Board Chair And District 8 Representative, Tucker McClendon, Has Asked The HCS School District To Create A Committee To Review HCS Reading Material Concerns And Look Into Options On How To Address Them.

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Chattanooga Immigrant Shelter Employee To Face Grand Jury For Sexual Contact With Minor

A Grand Jury Will Now Hear The Criminal Case Against A Former Employee Of A Chattanooga Shelter For Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs). The Employee Is Accused Of Sexual Contact With A Minor.

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Chattanooga City Council Confirms Mayor’s Appointments For City Administrators

Last Night, January 11th, The Chattanooga City Council Confirmed Mayor Tim Kelly’s Appointment Of Dan Reuter As Incoming Administrator For The Department Of City Planning, As Well As Scott Martin As Incoming Administrator For The Department Of Parks And Outdoors.

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