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The First Chattanooga Turkey Theft

Every Chattanooga historian owes a debt to an unfinished manuscript left behind by a man named Henry Wiltse, which the Chattanooga Library has so finely preserved. Here we will show our respect to a peculiar tale found in the historical notes ...

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I had to live with Monster Hunter: World for almost a year to really grasp just how crazy this game is. Let’s get a few things clear: I’m not big on Sega games post Genesis era, Japanese style games annoy me, and I avoid online games like they ... Read more

Game On!

It’s that time again! Time to look at as many different “little” science stories as we can…that’s right, it’s our Research Roundup for Summer 2019! Last week, something huge hit Jupiter and caused an explosion so big it was caught by an amateur ... Read more

Just A Theory

Cobwebs in my face. THAT’S what I remember most about my run through a cedar tree forest in the greater Shallowford Road area in the dead of a moonless night. Now, of course, I was looking at it in broad daylight. It was not the densely-packed ... Read more

On The Beat

The Tennessee Valley Authority first formed as a quasi-Federal agency in 1933. In 1937, President Roosevelt dedicated the Chickamauga Dam, which was completed in 1940. The TVA Act listed needs to address flooding, provide navigability, help ... Read more

Shades of Green 1 Comments

It’s been a while since we’ve shared lessons from our collective experiences, and I figure there’s no time like the present. Beginning with an article from a friend, and adding lessons from my own life, as well as input from you—thank you ... Read more

Shrink Rap

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