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About Ashley Hopkins

Ashley Hopkins joined in 2011 as a content editor for the website's news, business and lifestyle articles. Ashley has a combined total of eight years of editing and newsroom experience, including reporting for The Post and Courier in Charleston, S.C.; editing the student newspaper, The Echo, at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; writing content for; and editing a tri-annual academic journal called Education About Asia. Ashley has also edited dissertations and books, and she has had articles published in both academic journals and academic reference books. She is also a former adjunct instructor for Chattanooga State Community College, where she taught grammar, composition and literature. She has a bachelor's degree in communication and a master's degree in English and American languages and literature, both from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.


Red Hare canned oatmeal stout to hit Tennessee store shelves

The oatmeal stout is made of oats and dark roasted malts, and company leaders said the beer has a full body with light sweetness and hints of chocolate and coffee. The ABV is 6.5 percent. ...

Applications being accepted for fifth annual Will This Float? competition

SupplyHog, Variable Inc., Granola and RootsRated are all locally based companies that have grown out of Will This Float?, according to a prepared statement. ...

Landslide forces closure of Glen Falls Trail

The trail is near the site of the mudslide that closed Ochs Highway Oct. 14. ...

Why I'm against trash-the-dress sessions

Because it's just so damn wasteful. ...

Local organizations host drug take-back, paper shred event

The event, facilitated by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office, WDEF Channel 12 and Shred It Co., offers the public the opportunity to safely get rid of unneeded paperwork and medication. ...

Steps 2 Hope announces location of home for local wounded veteran

Steps 2 Hope announced this morning the location of a home the organization will build for wounded veteran Sgt. Jason Smith. ...
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