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The fourth-seeded Chattanooga State women's basketball team won its quarterfinal Thursday in the TCCAA/NJCAA Region VII tournament at Roane State, 81-78 over Dyersburg State, but third-seeded Cleveland State lost 71-63 to Southwest Tennessee.
Whitfield County, Ga. — Two men, one from LaFayette, Ga., and the other from Chattanooga, were arrested Wednesday after a high-speed chase and charged with methamphetamine trafficking and other offenses, a news release states.
Tennessee Temple edged third-seeded Victory 73-70 in overtime as the USCAA Division I men's national basketball tournament began Wednesday in Uniontown, Pa.
The Chattanooga-based Double Cola Co. is launching natural products Minoku Coconut Water and Zili Tea at the Natural Products Expo West this week in Anaheim, Calif.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's golf team jumped six places in finishing fourth out of 36 teams Tuesday in the Kiawah Island Classic tournament. The Mocs' 300 was the best final round except for champion Kent State's 298. Kent State won at 892, but UTC at 908 was only two strokes behind Penn State and one behind High Point. UTC's Emily McLennan closed with a 71 for a 222 that tied her for fourth place, and Jordan Britt tied for 17th at 226 with Agathe Sauzon sharing 33rd at 229 and Isabella Loza tied for 53rd at 233.
“February was an expectedly modest month with the wind down of outgoing models and the fewest number of selling days,” said Mark McNabb, chief operating officer of Volkswagen of America. “Nonetheless, we are pleased to see our core vehicles and TDI Clean Diesels continue to show strength in the market.”
ATLANTA — Georgia will join a national initiative to better prepare teachers in certain in-demand subject areas, Gov. Nathan Deal announced Monday.
Chattanooga resident Aon Miller, a member of the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club as well as The Honors Course, has been elected as the 79th president of the Tennessee Golf Association.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga wound up 2-3 in the Mississippi Gulf Coast Softball Classic with a 2-1 loss Sunday against South Alabama at Gulfport.
Manker Patten teaching pro Wesley Cash of Chattanooga and Mark Vines of Lynchburg, Va., won 6-1, 6-4 against second-seeded Egan Adams and Jeffrey Winkler from Florida in the men's 55 doubles final Sunday at the Raymond James Super Grand Prix tennis tournament in St. Petersburg, Fla.