Latest Hamilton County Marriages

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Lawrence Hawkins Jr. and Shannon Bledsoe, both of Soddy-Daisy

Patrick Durham of Chattanooga and Christina Wright of Rossville

Sloan White Jr. and Tonya Scott, both of Rossville

Tyrone Lamb Jr. and Tanza Jackson, both of Chattanooga

Brown Bradford and Rhonda Garrison, both of Ringgold

Brian Rogers and Christina Meyer, both of Signal Mountain

Jermaine Cosby and Trevis Gullatt, both of Chattanooga

George Coffelt Jr. and Faith Loveless, both of Chattanooga

Keith Powell and Heather Bridgeman, both of Hixson

David Frye of Rossville and Ella Smith of Signal Mountain

Lucas Lewis and Christine Pratt, both of Chattanooga

Patrick Douglass and Heather Page, both of Rossville

David Watkins and Tara Hickman, both of Ooltewah

Jason Key and Yasmine Kangles, both of Chattanooga

Otis Coles III and Shevon Dandy, both of Chattanooga

Benjamin Crawley and Stacey Stewart, both of Soddy-Daisy

Jamon Bass and Anneka Hill, both of Chattanooga

Dustin Adkison of Chattanooga and Amanda Jones of Cleveland, Tn.

Kyle Murphy and Alisha Reed, both of Soddy-Daisy

Frank Morrissey Jr. of Auburn, Ala., and Molly Colvin of Lookout Mountain, Ga.

Marcus Martin and Crystal Neal, both of Chattanooga

Jeremy Combs and Misty Stewart, both of Chattanooga

Eugene Dupas Jr. of Talbott, Tn., and Renita Clark of Rossville

Dennis Lewis and Ellen Padilla, both of Ooltewah

William Bratcher Jr. and Meredith Grace, both of Chattanooga

Joshua Branam of Soddy-Daisy and Laura Phillips of Hixson

Kendon Massengale of Hixson and Kelli Sims of Ringgold

James Higgins of Hixson and Staci Fish of Louisville, Tn.

Christopher Brooks and Barbara Brooks, both of Soddy-Daisy

Daniel Green and Celeste Robinson, both of Chattanooga

Jonas Luttrell and Sarah Moneyheffer, both of Chattanooga

Cameron Smith and Julia Morrow, both of Chattanooga

Brian Allen Sr. and Brandi Elder, both of Chattanooga

Edward Hartline and Karen Hinton, both of Rossville

Edward Crumley III of Ringgold and Michelle Rich of Chattanooga

Joshua Simulis and Janelle Vandenbroek, both of Collegedale

Ikey Charles Jr. and Lanisha Storey, both of Chattanooga


Major General Leslie Carroll Speaks At The Armed Forces Day Luncheon May 2

Major General Leslie Carroll, chief of staff, U.S. Army Forces Command, will represent the Army as parade marshal in the 65th annual Chattanooga-Hamilton County Armed Forces Day Parade. He will then give the keynote address to several hundred civilian and military guests at the Armed Forces Day luncheon immediately following the parade.  His remarks will include information ... (click for more)

Ambi Artist Meeting Set For May 1

Ambi Artists is a “cross-pollinator” where creatives gather to reignite their creative spark. The meetings are held the first Thursday of every month at the Heritage House Arts and Civic Center, 1428 Jenkins Road, from 6-9 p.m. Typical get-togethers include writers and poets, fine artists and sculptors, photographers and filmmakers, just to name a few. Those attending are ... (click for more)

Berke Names Fred Fletcher, Of Austin, Tex., New Chattanooga Police Chief

Mayor Andy Berke announced on Thursday, Fred Fletcher of Austin, Tex., as his pick for Chattanooga Chief of Police. With 20 years of experience in law enforcement, Mr. Fletcher has served in an executive, command, or supervisory role for 12 years.  As commander in Region III of the Austin Police Department, Mr. Fletcher spearheaded community initiatives including a drug market ... (click for more)

Child, 23 Months, Found Dead In Crib With Fentanyl Patch On Back; Death Ruled Homicide

A 23-month-old Chattanooga boy has been found dead in his crib with a Fentanyl patch on his back. The death of Demarcus Bryant at 7655 Borris Dr. last month was ruled a homicide. An autopsy report says he died from "Fentanyl patch placed by someone else." Chattanooga Police are investigating. No one has yet been charged. The child was found face down in his crib. ... (click for more)

Use The Current Rail System Already In Place - And Response (2)

Why spend $20 million or more on an unproven system to run from the Southside of Chattanooga when we already have the beginnings of a system?  The question apparently has surfaced of why the Choo Choo City doesn't have a rail line. We do have a rail line with the Tennessee Valley RR Museum and their hardware. And they already make runs from the Southside to close to Enterprise ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: UAW Voices In Detroit

Today we are going to eavesdrop on somewhat of an open conversation that was held far to the north after the United Auto Workers surprisingly dropped a legal challenge with the National Labor Relations Board in Chattanooga the first thing on Monday morning. The NLRB judge certified the VW workers’ February vote to turn away the UAW at Chattanooga’s Volkswagen manufacturing plant ... (click for more)