WDEF News 12 & Bi-Lo recognize 2009-2010 Golden Apple Teacher of the Year
This year WDEF News 12 & Bi-Lo have had the pleasure of going out in our local schools and recognizing the best educators out there. Video Video
Bradley Central High School Show Choir Performs at BI-LO/WDEF News 12 Golden Apple Awards Banquet
Bradley Central High School show choir dazzled banquet attendees at the 2010 BI-LO/WDEF News 12 Golden Apple Award ceremony.
Elaine Hutcheson is this week's Golden Apple Award winner.
The Ooltewah Middle School science teacher's hands-on approach allows her students to get up close and personal with the sometimes difficult subject. Video Video
Diana Fleshman's kindergarteners sing & move their way to learning
Kindergarten can be a pretty tough year... But one North Hamilton County Elementary teacher has as much fun as the students & it seems to work out pretty well. Video Video
Hickory Valley Christian's Meg Scott helps kids love the classics
Children often say the lessons they learn in school, especially the literature they read, is old and out of touch. But at Hickory Valley Christian School one teacher is using the classics... To teach life lessons. Video Video
Red Bank Elementary's Becca McKnight helps each student understand & have fun
Some teachers won't give up until every student understands. Red Bank Elementary has just such a teacher and her students love her for it... Video Video
Michelle Stiles of Daisy Elementary makes her class feel like family
Getting to know each of your students and how they learn, can often be a challenge... But one lucky teacher at Daisy Elementary has a formed a relationship with each student and says that makes her classroom a family. Video Video
Belvoir Christian Academy's Rebecca Nelson keeps 3rd graders learning & focused
It's hard to learn when you're having too much fun... But at Belvoir Christian Academy one teacher keeps the balance with just the right amount of discipline. Video Video
Central High School's Lee Ann McBryar won't settle for less than the best
When a teacher pushes a student to be better, that student will often achieve more than they thought they could. One Hamilton County English teacher won't settle for mediocre... Video Video
Patti Malone inspires kids to love the library
At Normal Park Museum Magnet School the library is one of the favorite classrooms. The kids say that's because of a very special librarian. Video Video
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bamareb - 4/16/2015 6:07 PM
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I can't believe that people are still to stupid to not know better then trying to drive through flooded roads and mainly the underpass there on Main Street knowing good and well that they are risking both their cars and their lives. 18 inches of running water can sweep away compact car. If you see water standing water the roadways do not be stupid and risk your life by trying to drive through it. 12 inches of rushing water can take your footing out from under you and risk your life from drowning. 90 to 100 people yearly loss their lives in America in flash floods after trying to drive through rushing water.

cricet35 - 4/15/2015 11:21 AM
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Teacher is right to have free speach

mamac - 4/14/2015 11:11 PM
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Well I don't know about higher taxes on automobile sales cause now I know I want buy a new car. Tags are to high And "government " is taxing us to death already...Scottwboro hollering they want a .$1 cent sales tax increase cause of there budget.Heck let the "commission " donate some of there money back...pay cut it called. And CIG tax well parents will keep buying cigs no matter how much they are and tat will just keep food out of Kidd mouths..cause hard core smokers they will do without food sect.just for the nicotine its like a drug. Bentley make the senators and legislation and judgestake a pay cut instead of y'all making $100,000 plus drop y'all pay to around $60,000 a year...bet none of them will go for that..

Concerned - 4/14/2015 6:04 PM
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It is a shame that this school is working so hard to cover up this story. WHY have the police not been contacted? WHY do they not have an active investigation going? WHY have parents not been given more information in order to be able to talk with their children? There are so many why's and not enough answers. Hopefully, some of these will be resolved soon. Here is what bothers me...if someone makes an accusation of domestic violence, that individual is arrested immediately and the rest of it will be sorted out in court. However, this man was given free access to children. The children were brave enough to come forward to a trusted adult and this man is still walking free. How is that appropriate?

gsosbee - 4/14/2015 2:38 PM
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Combat Vet/fbi whistleblower tortured by fbi punks. http://sosbeevfbi.ning.com/profiles/blogs/pavlovian-dogs-are-today-fbi-human-torture-victims?xg_source=activity

melvan6210 - 4/14/2015 12:29 PM
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The $115.00 application fee is not right. I took the class on Saturday April 11 and I called the TDOT in Jasper and the lady told me it will be 167.00. Big jump in price...

mamac - 4/13/2015 9:16 PM
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Shame shame shame on whoever did this. Now do the same thing to these people person who put these babies through this you deserves the same thing.

sailasails2 - 4/13/2015 9:01 AM
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They should give it to the Red Cross or other local charities.

danmor - 4/9/2015 4:23 PM
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I can't upload a picture but it's hair is real black and I guess medium length, it's little cute face has short hair and his ears stand STRAIGHT up

Cathy46 - 4/4/2015 9:08 PM
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Have you found your dog? Makamey has one that is a husky female please check if yours is still missing might be there
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