Local Democratic Party & Social Justice Group Offer Hotdogs As Reward For Voting, Raising Concerns Of Violations Of TN Election Codes

According to sources, Chattanooga Moms for Social Justice in partnership with the Hamilton County Democratic Party advertised an event called Cookout the Vote which raised concerns that the organizations may be violating a 2020 Tennessee code that prohibits bribing voters.

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Hamilton County School Board Member Says Teachers Are Smart Enough To See Through Mainstream Media Narrative About Hillsdale (Update 8.1.22)

A Hamilton County School Board Member Told Us That The Majority Of Teachers That He Knows Were Not Upset By Arnn’s Comments And That They Are Smart Enough To Read Between The Lines Of The Liberal Press’ Narrative.

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Hamilton County Commission Appropriates $70K For “Restorative Justice” In Hamilton County Schools

Last Week, Hamilton County Commissioners Voted To Appropriate $70 Thousand To “Address Discipline Disparities And Aid Implementation Of Restorative Practices In Local Schools.”

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Tickets Now On Sale For 2022 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival

The Third Annual Chattanooga Motorcar Festival Will Take Place On October 14-16, 2022. The Three-Day Festival Returns For 2022 And Will Include A Concours D’elegance, The Canossa Fall Rally Chattanooga, The Pace Grand Prix At The Bend, A Mecum Auctions Event, And Many More Family-Friendly Activities.

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Tennessee Valley Authority Reimplements Mask Mandate For Employees – Update 7.14.22

Officials From The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Are Once Again Requiring Masks For Employees. According To TVA Officials, The Mask Requirement Applies To Employees Regardless Of Vaccination Status.

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Meet The Candidates Who Want To Represent Students, Families, And YOU In Districts Across Hamilton County

In The Well-Established Spirit Of Having These Forums At The Schools In Hamilton County, Local Parents And Community Members Asked Moms For Liberty To Invite All Candidates To Participate Regardless Of Their Political Affiliation. This Nonpartisan Event Is An Effort To Ensure That Everyone Can Be A Well-Informed Voter.

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Experts Cast Doubt On Economic Claims Related To New Publicly Funded Chattanooga Baseball Stadium

Sports Economists And A Tennessee Think Tank Say That A New $79.5 Million Stadium Funded Mainly Through Tax Money Is Another Example Of A Publicly Funded Sports Stadium That Will Fall Short Of Its Economic Promises.

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Solemn Prayer Assembly As SCOTUS Deliberates Roe V Wade

On June 30, 2022, At 6:30 Pm Eastern Time At Calvary Chapel Chattanooga, The Community Will Join Thousands Of Others Across The Nation To Show Solidarity Through Prayer For Our Country To Take A Stand For Life And Our Unborn.

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