Community / Correspondents / Rossville

Former Rossville High football star and local businessman Jimmy Harold "Wink" Baker was recently honored by the Walker County Board of Education and Ridgeland High School.

  • Sept. 9th, 2010  |
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College basketball will return to the Rossville Athletic Center this season.

The City of Rossville and the Walker County Teen Center are partnering to offer a youth karate program for ages 8-18.

The Rossville Masonic Lodge No. 397 is continuing its support of Ridgeland High School.

A meeting for prospective coaches for Rossville Athletics football and cheerleading will be held at 7 p.m. on July 12 in the Rossville Athletic Center at 500 Williams St.

Rossville Athletics is preparing for another banner season of youth football and cheerleading in the Scenic City League.

As part of the Rossville Summer Lunch Program provided by the Chattanooga Area Food Bank, Walker County Teen Resource Center and the city of Rossville, children are being offered opportunities to learn about various health topics.

The City of Rossville celebrated the paving of McFarland Avenue with a ribbon cutting on Friday.

The hot Atlanta Braves will be host for the City of Rossville Day at Turner Field on June 27.

The Rossville Downtown Development Authority is forming committees that will help transform and revitalize the city.

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