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8:57am

Thu March 10, 2011
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Connor Society Presents "Three Chancellors" Forum at UTC

Connor Society Presents Three Chancellors Forum at UTC

Michael Edward Miller

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2:39pm

Thu February 24, 2011
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Chattanooga Physician Prepares For Iditarod Run

Chattanooga Physician Prepares For Iditarod Run

Michael Edward Miller

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2:35pm

Thu February 24, 2011
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Gay Morgan Moore Writes Book About Chattanooga's Forest Hills Cemetery

New Book about Chattanooga Forest Hills Cemetery, by Gay Morgan Moore

Monessa Guilfoil

Chattanooga, TN – Local author Gay Morgan Moore has just completed a new book which focuses on the stories of about 200 of the 45,000 people interred at the Forest Hills Cemetery in St. Elmo.

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3:06pm

Thu February 17, 2011
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A First For Chattanooga's Nightfall Concert Series

A First For Chattanooga's Nightfall Concert Series

Richard Winham

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12:03pm

Wed February 16, 2011
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Saving the Red Wolf

Saving the Red Wolf

Rabbit

Chattanooga, TN – Red Wolves are one of the most endangered animals on the planet. An active breeding program is working to help restore this species. The Chattanooga Nature Center hopes to successfully breed 2 pairs of red wolves this breeding season as part of the Red Wolf Species Survival Plan.

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11:59am

Wed February 16, 2011
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Shock Theatre Returns To Chattanooga

Shock Theatre Returns To Chattanooga

Michael Edward Miller

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1:26pm

Tue February 1, 2011
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Hearing Impairment Doesn't Silence Harmonica Player

Hearing Impairment Doesn't Silence Music For Chattanooga Man

Julie Steele

Chattanooga, TN – Sometimes we let disabilities keep us down, and other times we use them to lift us up.

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2:43pm

Thu January 27, 2011
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CHADD Sponsors Workshop on ADD/ADHD

CHADD Sponsors Parent To Parent Workshop

Julie Steele

Chattanooga, TN – If those with ADD or ADHD still lived in a hunter/gatherer society, they would function at the top of their game, according to Lynda Althoff, executive director of Learning Rx in Chattanooga. That view is called the Hunter/ Farmer hypothesis, originated from psychotherapist and author Thom Hartmann.

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6:25pm

Wed January 26, 2011
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Author Jay Searcy Pens The Last Reunion

Author Jay Searcy Pens The Last Reunion

Michael Edward Miller

Chattanooga, TN – Imagine this: out in the wilderness of East Tennessee, an entire town appears practically overnight. Thousands of people live and work in this small, strange city, and all those people are keeping a secret. What these people are doing in the town is, arguably, the greatest military secret of all time.

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3:01pm

Thu January 20, 2011
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Radon Action Month 2011

Radon Action Month 2011

Rabbit

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11:16am

Wed January 19, 2011
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Other Faces: Immigrants in Chattanooga

Courtenay James Interview

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11:08am

Wed January 19, 2011
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Food Deserts in Chattanooga

Food Deserts in Chattanooga

Monessa Guilfoil

Chattanooga, TN – Residents in Downtown Chattanooga's Westside have been working with Chattanooga Organized for Action to bring in a grocery store to serve the 3500 residents there. Gloria Griffith, a resident of the Westside says that many of the residents are senior citizens and disabled without the mobility to walk to the nearest Buehler's Food Market downtown.

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3:20pm

Thu January 6, 2011
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One-Man Show At Barking Legs

One-Man Show At Barking Legs

Julie Steele

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1:13pm

Wed January 5, 2011
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CAFE Grants Support Local Artists

CAFE Grants Support Local Artists

Michael Edward Miller

Chattanooga, TN – Planet Altered is one of the newest galleries in Chattanooga's South Side art district. Once a month, gallery workers set up tables and chairs inside the gallery and serve soup and bread.

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5:28pm

Mon January 3, 2011
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Sensei Corey Green Teaches Karate to Students with Special Needs

Sensei Corey Green Teaches Karate to Students with Special Needs

Monessa Guilfoil

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