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About Chloé Morrison

Chloé Morrison joined Nooga.com in 2011 as staff writer, covering business in Chattanooga. Chloé is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and has seven years of experience working as a professional journalist. She has worked at the Chattanooga Times Free Press and the Daily Times in Maryville, Tenn. She has covered crime, courts, education, agriculture and tourism. She covered the high-profile missing person case and murder investigation of Theresa Parker, which received national media attention. In 2009, Chloé received four Golden Press Card Awards from the East Tennessee Society of Professional Journalists and in 2011 was named a finalist for a Tennessee Associated Press Managing Editor Award. Chloé is also an adjunct professor at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and the adviser of the university's student newspaper, The Echo.

ARTICLES BY CHLOÉ MORRISON

Now is the time to nominate female leaders for UnBought & UnBossed Awards

Girls Inc. is accepting nominations for their UnBought & UnBossed Awards now. ...

Barley Bones at Bi-Lo (and beer lovers should know about this product)

Owner Ben Whitelaw initially started out with an idea to make a brewery that had zero waste and used typically disposed-of remnants as a revenue source. ...

Teen moms encouraged to sign up for Saturday empowerment conference

Author and entrepreneur Linda Murray Bullard and Brainerd High School counselor Melissa Brassel have worked together—along with the support of dozens of local businesses—to make this event happen. ...

JJ's Bohemia closed temporarily

The closure stems from a Chattanooga Beer and Wrecker Board meeting. Nooga.com has reached out to beer board leaders for more information. ...

Chattanooga Whiskey leaders look for new Tennessee Stillhouse location, work toward micro-distillery

The micro-distillery will be located across the street from the Chattanooga Choo-Choo and next door to The Hot Chocolatier. ...

Artist brings Cuban coffee to streets of Chattanooga

He's starting small with a coffee cart but has long-term dreams of using his new business to make enough money to support his art career, potentially opening a storefront where he can paint and sell coffee. ...
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