These people were booked into the Walker County Detention Center during Feb. 27- March 5, 2014.
Five-year-old Mattie runs inside Puppy Love Kennels to greet owner Althea Isbill. Mattie loves getting a bath, according to her owner. It’s obvious by the way Mattie’s tail wags that she loves the office and staff at Puppy Love just as much as getting a bath.
On the heels of a multi-million dollar building project, Peavine Baptist Church in Rock Spring has completed additional renovations to the children’s sanctuary and Christian Life Center to accommodate continued growth.
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park is advising the permanent closure of the Long Hollow Road Extension starting March 24. This access point into Chickamauga Battlefield is located directly west of the Wilder Brigade Monument. The closure will help protect the commemorative monuments that line the roadway, eliminate one non-gated railroad crossing and will help park staff protect cultural resources and visitors to the Wilder Brigade Monument. Other nearby roads that enter the National Military Park will continue to provide multiple points of access to the public.
These people were booked into the Walker County Detention Center during Feb. 20-26, 2014.
While munching on pizza and cookies, attendees at the Walker County Emergency Services monthly luncheon learned about things that people, especially children, should avoid ingesting.
Wednesday, March 5
Sallie Nancy Ransom, 89
A wanted man was arrested in Fort Oglethorpe Monday evening after, police say, he fled a hospital ICU unit, stole a truck, and lead police on a short chase, all while still wearing his hospital gown.
The sometimes tragically serious issue of domestic sex trafficking was the topic explored at the Rossville Exchange Club’s most recent meeting.
Georgia Northwestern Technical College recently took a giant stride towards making its Catoosa County campus plans a reality, when it finalized the purchase of a 38-acre piece of land along Ga. 151 (Alabama Highway) in Ringgold.
Tuesday, March 4
Short on duration, long on content.
Erlanger Health System has filed a second lawsuit against Hutcheson Medical Center, this time for payment of $20 million plus interest.
Johnie Wayne Overturf, 58
A Chickamauga man will not face criminal charges for fatally shooting a wandering Alzheimer's patient whom he mistook for an intruder at his residence.
Friday, Feb. 28
Frances Marie Hargis Turner, 90
A simple hearing regarding alleged violations of a city alcoholic beverage ordinance became a complex waiting game that lasted nearly two hours Wednesday, Feb. 26, and ended without resolution.
"You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book to read to a child.”
Wednesday, Feb. 26