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Being a part of Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute has given Suzanne Burrell, wealth advisor for HHM Wealth Advisors LLC, a peer group of other professional women she wasn’t able to find in her industry and a dose of self-confidence, she said.

  • July 13th, 2011  |
  • By Rachel Sauls
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East Brainerd resident Greg Wilkey is writing an eBook series that he hopes will entice teens, especially young males, to read by using creative and action-filled plots.

  • June 29th, 2011  |
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Heaven’s Bounty, a fresh food ministry, is gaining momentum and notoriety in the Ooltewah community through volunteers’ efforts to provide wholesome produce to families and individuals in need.

  • July 27th, 2011  |
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This month's feature is an Americana band based out of Los Angeles.

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Signal Mountain residents have just short drive to Dunlap in scenic Sequathie Valley to reach Clark’s Bakery, the area’s closest health-food store which encourages customers to live a healthier lifestyle with each loaf.

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We take a lighthearted look at what makes us...us

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krisq70 said...

Special announcement:

BENJAM is an up and coming Southern Gospel band from Rockwood, TN. They recently joined the Tennessee Country and Gospel Music Association (TCGMA), a state chapter of the North American Country Music Association, Intl. (NACMAI). On December 3, 2011 they were the proud recipients of multiple awards. As a band they were named “Most Promising Traditional Gospel Band of the Year” and received “CD of the Year” and “Video of the Year” recognition. They will be moving on to national competition with the NACMAI in Pigeon Forge, TN in March 2012 to represent the TCGMA. In addition to these band awards, the founder of BENJAM, Benjamin Blankenship was named “Songwriter of the Year” for two songwriting categories and will be completing as a songwriter in the upcoming national competition. Band member Jonelle Blankenship, vocalist and pianist, was recognized as the “Traditional Gospel Horizon Vocalist of the Year.” BENJAM is a fast rising multi-award winning Southern Gospel band with a sound that reaches beyond traditional gospel. Their unique style encompasses a wide variety of genres within gospel music, from country, electric bluegrass, rockabilly, acoustic folk, Americana, to new gospel, BENJAM has it all. Look for more from this exciting new band. For information visit one of their many websites listed below. www.BENJAMS.com www.youtube.com/iamBENJAM www.twitter.com/BENJAMSdotcom www.myspace.com/BENJAMmusic www.facebook.com/iamBENJAM For bookings contact Benjamin Blankenship via e-mail at SaintBenjamin.BENJAM@gmail.com.

January 13, 2012 at 12:18 p.m.
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krisq70 said...

Special announcement:

BEN-JAM is an up and coming Southern Gospel band from Rockwood, TN. They recently joined the Tennessee Country and Gospel Music Association (TCGMA), a state chapter of the North American Country Music Association, Intl. (NACMAI). On December 3, 2011 they were the proud recipients of multiple awards. As a band they were named “Most Promising Traditional Gospel Band of the Year” and received “CD of the Year” and “Video of the Year” recognition. They will be moving on to national competition with the NACMAI in Pigeon Forge, TN in March 2012 to represent the TCGMA. In addition to these band awards, the founder of BEN-JAM, Benjamin Blankenship was named “Songwriter of the Year” for two songwriting categories and will be completing as a songwriter in the upcoming national competition. Band member Jonelle Blankenship, vocalist and pianist, was recognized as the “Traditional Gospel Horizon Vocalist of the Year.” The band’s newest member, Kristie Quinn, a multi-award winning songwriter and instrumentalist, was recognized by the Georgia Country and Gospel Music Association (GCGMA), another state chapter of the NACMAI, as the “Traditional Gospel Instrumentalist of the Year” for the 3rd consecutive year and “Songwriter of the Year” for the 2nd consecutive year. Previously she was named the “2010 Most Promising Traditional Gospel Instrumentalist of the Year” and the “2011 Traditional Gospel Instrumentalist of the Year” by the NACMAI. She will go on to represent the GCGMA during the upcoming NACMAI competition as a traditional gospel instrumentalist. BEN-JAM is a fast rising multi-award winning Southern Gospel band with a sound that reaches beyond traditional gospel. Their unique style encompasses a wide variety of genres within gospel music, from country, electric bluegrass, rockabilly, acoustic folk, Americana, to new gospel, BEN-JAM has it all. Look for more from this exciting new band. For information visit one of their many websites listed below. www.BENJAMS.com www.youtube.com/iamBENJAM www.twitter.com/BENJAMSdotcom www.myspace.com/BENJAMmusic www.facebook.com/iamBENJAM For bookings contact Benjamin Blankenship via e-mail at SaintBenjamin.BENJAM@gmail.com.

January 13, 2012 at 1:01 p.m.
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This spring, low-income mothers at the Children’s Home/Chambliss Shelter will receive $12,000 worth of high-end clothing donated by Alice Blue Boutique owner and North Chattanooga resident Kim Hobson.

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A community meeting regarding the proposed Chattanooga Village development at Highway 153 and Boy Scout Road will be held at the North River Civic Center Monday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m.

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This year’s 20 Under 40 recipients represent a diverse collection of the city’s progressive spirit, from cutting-edge technology to locally grown heirloom tomatoes.

  • May 31st, 2012  |
  • By Merrell McGinness
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Musicians playing bluegrass and country, people clapping and dancing along with an occasional train whistling by are some of the crowd-pleasing moments associated with the Ringgold Opry.

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The Artistic Civic Theatre of Dalton, Ga., will set the scene for Halloween with its latest mainstage production. "Dracula," based on Bram Stoker's novel, is the classic Gothic thriller about the power of seduction and the nature of true love.

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Sale Creek Middle/High School needs community support to continue building up its new football program.

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Middle Eastern influences meet European elegance in Ahmads’ lakefront home.

  • Feb. 1st, 2012  |
  • By Audrey Cross Keown
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