Golden Apple Awards Banquet 2011 - Finalists and Teacher of Year Announced
News 12 has made a commitment to telling positive stories about teachers in our area. And tonight, that commitment paid off for several local educators as the Golden Apple Award finalists and teacher of the year are announced. Video Video
Battle Academy Chorus performs at the Golden Apple Awards Banquet
The Battle Academy Chorus entertained the guests at the 2011 BI-LO/WDEF News 12 Golden Apple Awards Banquet. The group was led under the direction of Elizabeth Brackin. Presented here is their entire performance.
Dade Elementary's Greta Haney wins Golden Apple Award
Reaching a child with a disability can sometimes be a challenge. But at Dade County Elementary one extraordinary child says her teacher makes her feel special. Video Video
This week's Golden Apple winner makes sure her students always stay positive
A child's attitude about learning makes all the difference. At Fairyland Elementary one special teacher makes sure her students stay positive no matter what. Video Video
Golden Apple Award: Linda Cagle
Elementary school is a great spot to learn the basics of education. But at Beaverdale Elementary, one special teacher makes sure her kids learn responsibility. Video Video
Northwest Elementary Deborah Swafford is this week's Golden Apple teacher
Most teachers make sure students grasp the subjects they cover in the class. But at Northwest Elementary one special teacher makes sure her students get a well rounded lesson plan. Video Video
Tunnel Hill kindergarten teacher Suzanna Stanley helps students love to learn
Kindergarten can be rough for some families... It's the start of a whole new chapter watching your child grow. But a family in Whitfield County says thanks to one special teacher it feels like their child never left the nest. Video Video
Spring City Elementary's Katie Newsome helps students love school
A child's first few experiences with school can set the tone for the rest of their learning. At Spring City Elementary, one special teacher makes sure her lessons stick with her kids. Video Video
Ellen Gibson expects her Cherokee Ridge students to be their best
When a great teacher knows what students are capable of they don't accept mediocre... At Cherokee Ridge Elementary kids say one special teacher won't settle for anything less than your best. Video Video
Woodstation Elementary's Julia Houston inspires students to better things
Every teacher hopes to instill in their students a love for learning. But at Woodstation Elementary one special teacher goes one step further, she's inspiring the next generation of educators. Video Video
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loisdavis88 - 3/3/2015 4:33 PM
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The problems with soddy daisys police officers are not getting better. The officers find reasons to pull people over and just here recently put a elderly man to the ground forcrfully and beat him up. They harass people as well. In my personal opinion the cops that we have here in soddy are unethical punks that have a padge on their side. We need the old police deparment back. They may not have all been the best but they done their jobs correctly. They didn't abuse the badges that they wore.

Donnethebrasco - 3/3/2015 11:07 AM
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What a bunch of stuffed shirts.

philthom4s - 3/3/2015 9:59 AM
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This is very kind of them to help out those who need it. I hope it's been going well. I wish I could go donate, but I don't live anywhere near there. http://www.wildingchiropractic.com/

Jermaine - 3/2/2015 8:40 AM
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That same police pulled out a taser gun on me for nothing and was going to use it for nothing if it was not for my girlfriend.SO no he wronge and he know he wrong point blank, you are a police and if nothing else that protect you.

briarfox - 2/28/2015 2:34 AM
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Is resisting arrest NOT against the law? Every person in this country, legally or illegally, should know that if you don't comply with what a cop is telling you to do your probably going to get hurt. Another thing, If your going to live in this country, LEARN to speak English. In this case, I think the Police did their job. You think you can do it better, then get out there!

grams - 2/27/2015 7:14 PM
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That is a GREAT picture!! Good eye!

DSims - 2/27/2015 6:36 PM
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Thank you Bradley County Fire and Rescue and BC EMS for the life saving operations today! Job well done.

sullie - 2/25/2015 10:27 PM
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As someone in the industry, I hope you guys realize just how lucky you were not to have a reporter killed live on air. Never ever go live on the side of a highway. The yellow vest makes it legal, not smart or responsible. Learn from this and see to it that nobody on your staff ever does it again.

jhudson - 2/25/2015 8:34 PM
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This is why reporters should not stop on a slick road to talk about a slick road. Yep, its bad, stay home. You don't have to do what your telling others not to do. He might have gotten distracted because of the report.

marilynh - 2/25/2015 8:27 PM
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It is always better to be safe when it comes to our children! The back roads get bad so quick! High school has kids driving too! I had rather have to make up a snow day than for a child to be injured or even worse killed trying to get home!
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