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High Point Climbing and Fitness announce Trump Tower climbing wall

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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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Coaches believed accused Ooltewah basketball players “just really bad at pool”

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Before charges against Ooltewah High School boys’ basketball coaches and athletic director were sent today to the Hamilton County Grand Jury, due to the failure to report suspected child abuse that occurred last December, including the alleged sexual assault of a freshman by three of his teammates involving a pool…

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City changes bike lanes to Berke lanes

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The City of Chattanooga announced that it was going to convert the protected bike lanes on Broad Street to “Berke lanes” to be used by Mayor Andy Berke, his family and members of his staff, using any mode of transportation of their choosing. In a written announcement, it was explained…

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7 Bridges Marathon changes name after bridge-counting error

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Organizers of the 7 Bridges Marathon announced that they would be changing its name to “6 Bridges Marathon” after it made an error when counting the number of bridges. “We were certain that we had the right number of bridges,” said director Gavin Pawket. “I used the fingers on both…

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Commuter waterslide to link downtown, Enterprise South

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Chattanooga city officials announced at a press conference this afternoon that the city would pursue plans to create a giant commuter waterslide, connecting downtown and the Enterprise South industrial park. “Once again, Chattanooga is leading the way,” said Chattanooga Transportation Director Martha Hearrin. “It’s a safe, economical and green method…

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