Sunny Montgomery (Reporter)
Sunny Montgomery writes for several Chattanooga Times Free Press publications including Chatter, Dining Out, Get Out Chattanooga, Live Well and Tennessee Valley Parents. She hails from Central Kentucky where she began her writing career as an alternative sports writer and where she first developed her love for the outdoors. Sunny is a member of the Society of Environmental Journalists and a certified Tennessee State Naturalist.
In the past decade, Southeast Tennessee landed multi-billion-dollar investments from two German companies (Volkswagen and Wacker Chemical) and lured one...
When it comes to Tennessee Valley's hospitality industry, the trend is more.
A preview of Chattanooga's Lookout Wild Film Festival, Tennessee's premier film fest for outdoor-lovers.
Ten years ago, while at a church service in Nashville, a man told Michelle Thompson, "God is going to start...
Does free will exist?
Not sure what Christmas gifts to buy for friends and family? Why not check out the hottest gift trends in...
Jack Garrett is the kind of guy who feeds stray cats. Groundhogs, too.
In August 2013, I moved to Chattanooga to write for Dining Out magazine.
In my family, it has always been tradition to save the turkey's wishbone - to wish upon it, of course.
Reflections of life, death and grief in the Colorado's Canyon of Lodore
I recently made the mistake of researching the actual definition of "natural flavor," commonly found on the ingredient lists of...
According to the EPA, each American adult generates 4 pounds of garbage per day. Here is how to create less...
The Edwin Hotel, Chattanooga's newest boutique hotel, is built on stories.
It was day two of the Battle of Gettysburg, the bloodiest fight of the American Civil War.
Three Halloweens ago, my dog Red ate an entire bag of Hershey miniature chocolates, wrappers and all. He spent the...
Why is spring considered the picnic season? Why not fall, I wonder?
My entire life, I have been forced to accept the tomato as a fruit.
Among the 36,000 people gathered at the 2018 Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival in southern Florida, Jason Egli was almost...
On a bright Sunday afternoon, a white-haired, moustached man stands on a downtown sidewalk and strums his banjo.
I like to play this game, lately, where I pretend that I have just landed on Earth and am seeing...