Logan Carmichael

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Name: Logan Carmichael
Date registered: December 5, 2010
URL: http://www.marioncountymessenger.com


Logan Carmichael is Publisher and Editor-In-Chief of MarionCountyMessenger.com. He is also morning radio host at WTNW-820 AM in Jasper weekdays from 8-10am, as well as on air personality at Brewer Broadcasting’s “Hippie Radio 106.9” in Chattanooga Saturdays from 10am – 7pm EST. Logan has spent the past 20 years in the radio / news media industry both on air and off. He launched MarionCountyMessenger.com in December 2010 to serve the Sequatchie Valley and it’s communities with a local daily news site and alternative to the already present publications in the area.

Latest posts

  1. Logan Carmichael: Review of ABC’s new series “Nashville” — January 19, 2013
  2. TEMA declares “State of Emergency” for Tennessee — January 15, 2013
  3. South Pittsburg Mayor Jane Dawkins busts illegal peddlers — January 14, 2013
  4. “Shock Theatre” returns to Princess Theater January 19th — January 3, 2013
  5. Thousands turn out to show their support for Kennedy — August 17, 2012

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Jan 19 2013

Logan Carmichael: Review of ABC’s new series “Nashville”


I have to admit…I’m finding myself obsessed with ABC’s new drama, “Nashville”. This is not my usual type of TV show by any means. I’m usually more into History Channel and A&E shows like American Pickers, Duck Dynasty, and Storage Wars…but I guess in the wake of Fox’s “House, M.D.” ending after eight seasons last …

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Jan 15 2013

TEMA declares “State of Emergency” for Tennessee


NASHVILLE  — The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency in Nashville (TEMA) has declared a State of Emergency for the state on Tuesday, January 15th. This is a Level 3 Declaration by TEMA officials. This statement was released from the TEMA website: The State of Tennessee has declared a State of Emergency, as of 4 p.m., CST, …

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Jan 14 2013

South Pittsburg Mayor Jane Dawkins busts illegal peddlers

Mayor Jane Dawkins / Contributed Photo

SOUTH PITTSBURG, Tenn. — Peddlers picked the wrong house to pitch their services in South Pittsburg. It was that of Mayor Jane Dawkins, who said the people in the unmarked van were “very persistent” about wanting to come inside and demonstrate cleaning supplies. Dawkins told the Chattanooga Times Free Press (http://bit.ly/W3jBeG ) she turned them …

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Jan 03 2013

“Shock Theatre” returns to Princess Theater January 19th


Baby Boomers who grew up in and around the Chattanooga area in the 1960’s and 70’s will likely have fond memories of “Shock Theatre”, starring  Tommy Reynolds as Dr. Shock, along with his co-host/puppet, Dingbat, and other players like Dirge, and of course the beautiful Nurse Goodbody. The weekly television show aired on WTVC-TV (Channel …

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Aug 17 2012

Thousands turn out to show their support for Kennedy


Marion County is a close-knit community with a heart as big as the valley is wide and as gold as it they come.  And if you need proof of that statement, the turnout to the last night’s “Marion County Unites for Kennedy” event at the Jasper fairgrounds should be proof enough! The event started as …

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Dec 03 2011

THANK YOU: First Anniversary of MarionCountyMessenger.com


It was one year ago now when MarionCountyMessenger.com went live on the Internet with the hope of bringing the latest breaking news, information, weather, community news, entertainment and other information that’s important in the lives of residents in Marion County and the Sequatchie Valley. With your help we’ve managed to grow beyond our wildest expectations …

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May 03 2011

SPHS Students Forfeit Class Trip to Help Storm Victims In Need


After the devastating storms that affected our area last week, one group of students at a local high school are ready to help aid storm victims, and in a very unselfish way. Mary Kathrine Dawkins’ Transition/Life Skills class at South Pittsburg High School have been working hard all school year to raise money for an …

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Feb 22 2011

Chattanooga City Council Defers Vote on Sprinkler Systems in Night Clubs


After weeks of debating safety and cost Chattanooga City Council voted 5-3 to defer its decision on a fire code that requires local bars, clubs and dance halls to install sprinkler systems. Nearly two dozen nightclub owners showed up at Tuesday’s meeting. They call the delayed vote a victory.  According to owners it would cost them …

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Feb 10 2011

High School Basketball: District Standings

Marion County’s Keta Robinette drives in for two against So. Pittsburg

The Marion County Lady Warriors sit atop the Region 3 District 6-A women’s standings, with Van Buren leading the men.  The current records for the district are…. Women’s: 1. Marion County 17-9, 12-1 2. Whitwell 20-7, 12-2 3. Sale Creek 18-9, 9-5 4. Signal Mountain 9-13, 8-5 5. Lookout Valley 7-14, 4-9 6. Van Buren …

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Feb 09 2011

Snow expected for area again tonight


Another winter weather event is expected to affect our area later tonight into tomorrow morning. This same system has dumped double-digit snowfall depths across parts of Arkansas  and Oklahoma, however meteorologists with the National Weather Service don’t expect to see that locally. Some areas in West Tennessee could see up to 6 inches of snow, …

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