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Homeless Healthcare Building in Chattanooga TN Medical Center to provide services to the homeless population of Chattanooga

With a major population increase comes traffic, and with that comes the need for efficient infrastructure management. That is why Stansell Electric Company was chosen by the Tennessee Department of Transportation for a major 22 million dollar expansion of the existing SmartWay system in Chattanooga, TN.

Stacy Hill (Red Bank High School - Chattanooga, TN) analyzed the educational systems of Nepal, India, Singapore and China to discover and bring back new ideas and teaching methods for socially, economically- and culturally-diverse student populations. #fundforteachers #teachergrant #SEAsia #SSchat

YOUR GOVERNMENT AT WORK: Prep drill for Jade Helm 15 includes children ~ Defense film released 'so the public will see it and accept what's coming' | 5.20.15 | Pinned 5.25.15

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Yemeni Fasoulia

We have a pretty large Yemeni population in Tennessee, Memphis is even known for it. I’m from a small little town in between Chattanooga and Knoxville on the east side of the state. The University of TN, Knoxville also has a lot of Yemenis, and that’s where I met a lot. A lot of my friends in the group we had were from there in my college days. My first Quranic teacher was also a Yemeni woman in Knoxville, I’ve always had a fondness for them because they are simple, but kind people and boy…

"Those who said Dylann Roof represents an entire population, will now say that Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez represents no one else." BAM. :: We Now Have the Name of the Chattanooga Shooter, and It Might Hold Clues to His Motives


All the volumes of the locally-set young adult mystery series penned in the 1950s and early 1960s by Christine Noble Govan and Emmy West still circulate via the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Bicentennial Library • They are populated with smart and empathetic characters, and have held up surprisingly well

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The Far-Out Summit Where Geniuses Learn to Build Starships

The Far-Out Summit Where Geniuses Learn to Build Starships | Interior view of a toroidal colony. Population: 10,000. | Credit:Don Davis/NASA Ames Research Center | From