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August 2016

Insurers to create GoFundMe campaigns for policy holders before price hikes

in Health/Politics
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Health insurers in Tennessee have announced that they will automatically create individual GoFundMe campaigns for each ObamaCare exchange plan policy holder for convenience, after it was announced that Tennessee regulators had approved large increases in individual rates for 2017. Tennessee’s largest health insurer, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, was approved for…

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Chattanooga named “Best Place to start a startup starting business”

in Business/Culture

In a recent poll of millennial entrepreneur industry disrupters with super-nice MacBooks, Chattanooga was named one of the top places in the country to start a startup starting company. Chattanooga beat out many other cities throughout the country, where the number of rundown buildings with 20 foot ceilings and exposed…

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Cleveland Police ask criminals to postpone crimes until prison overcrowding resolved

in Politics
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After the Bradley County Jail became so overcrowded that Cleveland Police officers were instructed to possibly retain inmates in their patrol cars, the police department made a public plea, asking people to postpone any criminal activities until the prison overcrowding issue had been resolved. “Please, do us a solid this…

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Tennessee Riverwalk expands to add Southside smells

in Culture/Sports/Rec

In an effort for walkers to experience all the smells that downtown Chattanooga has to offer, a new three-mile section of the Tennessee Riverwalk was opened this past week near the city’s Southside. The expansion cost about sixteen million dollars, with a majority of the budget providing the Southside with dumpster loads…

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High Point Climbing and Fitness announce Trump Tower climbing wall

in Business/Culture/Sports/Rec

After a crazed Donald J Trump supporter scaled Trump Tower in New York using only suction cups, a representative from High Point Climbing facility announced plans to bring the popular attraction to the area. Experts believe the new attraction will draw many visitors like tower climber Stephen Rogata, especially with…

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