Chattanooga Gas Predicts Higher Heating Bills For TN Valley Residents

With Inflation Hitting A 30-Year High, Chattanooga Gas Predicts That Customers Across The Tennessee Valley Can Expect To Pay $27 More Per Month On Heating Bills When Compared To A Year Ago.

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Tennessee Education Commissioner Visits Chattanooga

On Thursday, June 17, Tennessee Department Of Education Commissioner, Penny Schwinn, Paid A Visit To Chattanooga To Host A Roundtable With School Officials And Community Leaders. The Roundtable Was Held To Discuss Ways The Hamilton County School System Can Be Improved.

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Shuford’s Smokehouse Fights To Keep Dream Alive In Chattanooga

After Forced Evacuation Caused By Unsanctioned Landscaping By Chain Restaurant, Blocked Reopening By Assistant Director of Development Services, Moving to Another Location and Dropping Sales Due To Covid, The Owners of Shuford’s Still Continue To Work Daily To Keep Their Dream Alive.

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Getting Tennessee Kids Back In the Classroom with School Board Member, Rhonda Thurman

Since the school shutdowns began due to the pandemic, learning loss and literacy in children have become hot topics in Tennessee. Reaching for Academic Excellence and Accountability for Teachers has fallen to the wayside, leaving children’s education and futures in question. Many frustrated citizens feel the edicts issued from State and Local Levels are putting children in more danger than the virus ever could. In this interview with Hamilton County School Board District 1 Representative, Rhonda Thurman, we discuss these topics, along with the ineffectiveness of remote learning, actual educational costs, school budgets, school choice and more.

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