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Community    |    Articles of interest to the community.

Signal Mountain Community Meeting on Re-Zoning SEE VOTE ADDENDUM (05/26/2006)
The Signal Mountain Community meeting held Wednesday, May 24... (full story)

Lela Brown Retires (05/25/2006)
Lela Brown Retires After Serving The Specialty of Orthodontics For Over 50 Years... (full story)

... (full story)

“Ripe and Ready Players” (05/25/2006)
Allied Arts ArtsReach to Present “Ripe and Ready Players”... (full story)

Be Safe Tip (05/25/2006)
Signal Mountain Fire Department
Be Safe Tip... (full story)

St. Timothy’s Episcopal Announces Summer Schedule (05/25/2006)
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Announces Summer Schedule... (full story)

Founders’ Fund Thanks SM Newcomers (05/25/2006)
The Signal Mountain High & Middle School Founders’ Fund would... (full story)

Twelve Signal Mountain Homeschool Students To Graduate (05/25/2006)
Jonathan Carmack, son of Richard and Kerri Carmack, plans to major... (full story)

Go Green Giants!!!! (05/25/2006)
The Signal Mountain “Green Giants” Swim Team is looking forward to a great season.... (full story)

Good Things Happening at Caribbean SEA (05/25/2006)
I spent a few days looking over possibilities in Grenada with Caribbean SEA (Student Environmental Alliance) Board Member Dr. Valma Jessamy.... (full story)

Special Meeting to be Held to Discuss Zoning Amendments (05/12/2006)
The Signal Mountain Town Council met at 2:00 pm, Friday, May 12, at the Town Hall. The purpose of the meeting was to consider the second reading of the amendments to the zoning ordinance for Shackleford Ridge.... (full story)

A Conversation with Khambrel (05/05/2006)
Every once in a while you come across someone unique and different from anyone else you know.... (full story)

The Manor House has extended an invitation to Scenic Land School... (full story)

The Shartle family, owners of the GRAPEViNE enjoyed a special evening in Atlanta on... (full story)

Alexian Auxiliary Holds Annual Fundraiser (05/04/2006)
The St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon and Card Party hosted by the Auxiliary... (full story)

Downtown Chattanooga This Week (05/03/2006)
The following is happening downtown through Monday, May 8th:... (full story)

Chattanooga's Downtown Calendar of Events

Enjoy Spring downtown with the following activities and events taking place through Monday, May 1st:... (full story)


April 19, 2006) The four-legged learning motivation experts of Read Aloud Chattanooga will... (full story)

SM Students Perform in Play (04/19/2006)
The Notre Dame High School Theater will perform a musical called... (full story)

Signal Mountain Resident Kicks Off Campaign for Hamilton County Sheriff (04/06/2006)
Signal Mountain resident Andy Derryberry recently kicked off his campaign to become Sheriff of Hamilton County.... (full story)

Hunter Museum Hosts Lunch and Discussion of the Book of the Month. (04/05/2006)
Enjoy Spring downtown with the following events scheduled for the week of Monday, April 3 through Monday, April 10:
... (full story)

Hamilton County is my home. I grew up here and understand why others come here to live.... (full story)

Mountain Art Guild to Exhibit at Bachman (04/05/2006)
Members of the Mountain Art Guild (MAGI) will hold an exhibit of fine art and fine... (full story)

Chattanooga Festival of Writers Brings Magic to This Writer (04/05/2006)
Minister, philosopher, and educator, Howard Thurman once wrote, “There is magic all around us.... (full story)

May Day and Reunion to be Held at Bachman (04/04/2006)
Did you attend Bachman Elementary School? Do you remember the annual May Day celebrations?... (full story)

Several Lone Oak FCE Club members received awards at the Sequatchie County Family Community Education countywide awards dinner on Tuesday, February 21... (full story)

New Artist Arrives in Town (04/04/2006)
This past December 2005, Signal Mountain gained a new resident, Anne Beverley Stamps.... (full story)

Local Girl Scout Begins Service Project for Silver Award (04/04/2006)
Sarah Wilson, member of STUDIO 2B Group 463, is a freshman at Red Bank High School, where she is a member of the band and STARS.... (full story)

Signal Mountain Lions Club Inducts New Members (04/04/2006)
Members of the Signal Mountain Lions Club learned that membership is up,... (full story)

Over 8,000 sweaters and coats were donated in the first Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Drive, coordinated by WTCI-Channel 45.... (full story)

Professional Disc Golf Comes to Chattanooga! (03/28/2006)
The “2006 Grapevine Classic” Disc (Frisbee) Golf Tournament held in Chattanooga on Saturday... (full story)

Susan Bettinger and Angio Trio Perform at the Hunter Museum Café (03/28/2006)
Enjoy Spring downtown with the following events taking place Monday, March 27 through Monday, April 3:
... (full story)

Ron Lowery, co-author of Chasing Lewis & Clark Across America:... (full story)

Restructuring Underway at Bethel Bible Village (03/23/2006)
The annual Pat Boone Auction and Golf Weekend to be held May 18-20.... (full story)

Tour and Boy Choirs of the Young Singers Perform at the Tennessee Aquarium (03/22/2006)
Enjoy Spring downtown with the following events taking place Monday, March 20 through Monday, March 27:... (full story)

Chattanooga Festival of Writers (03/17/2006)
Are you fascinated by the process of writing and the power of the written word? Curious about the business of getting published?... (full story)

Caribbean SEA Solves Water Issues (03/17/2006)
Local Groups work throughout the Caribbean and Latin America to solve Water Issues.... (full story)

Calendar of Downtown Chattanooga Events (03/14/2006)
Here’s what is happening in the downtown area from Monday, March 13 through Monday, March 20:... (full story)

Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont (03/09/2006)
The AEC Indpendent Film Series Continues tomorrow with... (full story)

What's Happening Downtown Chattanooga (03/08/2006)
Here’s what is happening in the downtown area from Monday, March 6 through Monday, March 13:... (full story)

What's Happening Downtown (03/02/2006)
Here is what is happening in the downtown area from Monday, February 27 through Monday, March 6:... (full story)

New and On-going Classes at MACC (03/02/2006)
It’s cold, and it’s a long time until warm Spring days.... (full story)

Community Garden Beds at Bachman Now Available (03/02/2006)
Bachman Community Center is renting garden beds at the Center.... (full story)

Mary Beth Bednarczyk Speaks at Literature Department Meeting (03/02/2006)
The Signal Mountain Literature Department met Tuesday, February 14th with a Valentine theme of red... (full story)

The Cookie Lady and DeLon Design Group Open For Business (03/02/2006)
Signal Mountain Mayor Bill Leonard was on hand Friday, January 27th... (full story)

Planning Commission Meeting (02/17/2006)
The Planning Commission, for the Town of Signal Mountain had its regular monthly meeting, Thursday, February 16, 2006... (full story)

What's Happening Downtown? (02/16/2006)
Here is what’s happening downtown from Monday, February 13th through Monday, February 20th:... (full story)

Signal Mountain Tackle Football Inc. (02/13/2006)
Signal Mountain Tackle Football, Inc.(a non profit organization) has inked a 10... (full story)

Girl Scout Cookies on Sale NOW (02/08/2006)
Girl Scout cookies went on sale Friday, January 13, 2006.... (full story)

Caring – Character Trait for December (02/05/2006)
Fifth graders at Nolan Elementary showed the true meaning of December’s character trait - Caring!... (full story)

D.A.R.E. Program a Success (02/05/2006)
Local Signal Mountain Youth Community Relations Officer, Greg Hill... (full story)

WE SERVE (02/05/2006)
“We Serve” is the motto of the Lions Club International which have local clubs all over the world.... (full story)

Local Author Speaks at Literature Department Meeting (02/05/2006)
The Signal Mountain Community Guild’s Literature Department met Tuesday... (full story)

Play Dog Excellent – A Dog Care and Training Center (02/05/2006)
When Bev Eitner moved to Signal Mountain, it wasn’t to start her own business or even live next door to her sister... (full story)

Local Men and Women Serve in Scouting Leadership (02/05/2006)
Signal Mountain is proud that local resident Craig Haney was recently appointed Fire Marshall for the Chattanooga Fire Dept.... (full story)

Alexian Brothers of the Southeast (02/03/2006)
Fulfilling a vision for Chattanooga’s older adults... (full story)

St. Nicholas School Announces Appointment (02/02/2006)
St. Nicholas School Announces the Appointment of
Mark Fallo as Head of School... (full story)

Sequatchie Cove Farm (02/02/2006)
Growing With Nature - Working for social renewal through Agriculture

... (full story)

Rob Philyaw Announces Candidacy (01/18/2006)
Signal Mountain attorney Rob Philyaw has announced his candidacy for the office of Signal Mountain Town Judge.... (full story)

Bachman Community Center Events (01/15/2006)
Upcoming events at Bachman Comminity Center... (full story)

Thank You From the Lalibertes (01/13/2006)
The New Year is the traditional time for counting our blessings and making resolutions.... (full story)

Learning To Be a Successful Principal (01/02/2006)
Shane Harwood recently visited Nolan Elementary School in... (full story)

S.M. Robertson Police & Fire Christmas Fund

It’s hard to believe that Christmas is just around the corner!... (full story)

Fourth Annual Education Expo (12/01/2005)
Chattanooga, TN November 22, 2005. Sunny 92.3 and 96-5 The Mountain present The Fourth Annual Education Expo to be held Saturday, January 21st, 2006... (full story)

WinterFest 2005 on WTCI (11/24/2005)
WTCI-TV/DT 45, the community's public television station, will begin their annual membership campaign... (full story)

How Should We Choose to Grow? (11/15/2005)
I believe the most important question regarding growth is:... (full story)

LONDON, 2005 (11/15/2005)
In 1975 – 30 years ago – I taught at the University of London “Literature Between the Wars” in an International Summer School Programme.... (full story)

See Signal Mountain Residents at Chattanooga Market (11/09/2005)
The Chattanooga Market continues on Sunday, Nov. 13th in the First Tennessee Pavilion... (full story)

Enjoy Autumn in Chattanooga (11/05/2005)
Enjoy Autumn Downtown This Week in Chattanooga... (full story)

Enjoy Autumn in Chattanooga (10/28/2005)
Enjoy Autumn in Chattanooga with the following events happening through Monday, October 31st:... (full story)

SMMS Hosts International Experts on "Caring Accountability" And “Parenting for Prevention” (10/19/2005)
Principal Bob Walter and the staff at Signal Mountain Middle School see parents as the first and most important educators in a child’s life.... (full story)

Enjoy Autumn in Chattanooga (10/19/2005)
Enjoy Autumn in Chattanooga with the following events... (full story)

A Tale for One City (10/13/2005)
The vote’s in... (full story)

FOSMHS Meeting (10/11/2005)
Friends of Signal Mountain High School are hosting a Community Forum.... (full story)

Bailey's Story (10/10/2005)
I’ve spent my life lying about the things I’ve been through and the things I’m going through.... (full story)


Thrasher Elementary School’s Outdoor Beautification Day (09/18/2005)
On Saturday, August 6, the Thrasher Elementary PTA held a work day to prepare the school grounds for the upcoming year.... (full story)

Nolan Elementary School Looks Forward to 2005 (09/09/2005)
Recently I sat down with Kenneth Barker, principal of Nolan Elementary School to discuss the upcoming year at Nolan.... (full story)

See the Hunter Museum's Newest Exhibit (08/29/2005)
Enjoy Summer in Chattanooga with the following events happening through Monday, September 5th:
... (full story)

Community Contra Dance (08/24/2005)
Enjoy Summer in Chattanooga with the following events happening through Monday, August 29th.... (full story)

Lookouts Back In Town This Week (08/16/2005)
Enjoy Summer in Chattanooga with the following events happening through Monday, August 22nd:... (full story)

Six Sets of Twins in One Kindergarten! (08/14/2005)
Welcome Back!... (full story)

Catch Sundays on the Southside with the Chattanooga Market (08/09/2005)
Enjoy Summer in Chattanooga with the following events happening through Monday, August 15th:... (full story)

Summertime in the City (08/02/2005)
Enjoy Summer in Chattanooga with the following events happening through Monday, August 8th:... (full story)

This Week Inside Hamilton County Schools (07/29/2005)
This Week Inside Hamilton County Schools... (full story)

Inside Hamilton County Schools This Week (07/26/2005)
First Day of School: Monday, August 15... (full story)

This Week Inside Hamilton County Schools (07/21/2005)
This Week Inside Hamilton County Schools... (full story)


Joshua and Peppy made their first visit to Chattanooga and the Children's Enrichment Center last April.... (full story)

SM Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints Invites Public to Party (06/20/2005)
President Gordon B. Hinckley Celebrates 95th Birthday... (full story)

Signal Mountain Newcomers Has Successful Year (06/17/2005)
Under the leadership of Cynthia Lindsey, Shana Massengill and Carrie Jones the 2 Signal Mountain Newcomers had a fun and exciting year.... (full story)

Signal Mountain Literature Department Elects 2005 Officers (06/17/2005)
New Officers... (full story)

Southern Scrapbook Exhibit of Watercolors by William Parker (06/14/2005)
Enjoy Summer in Chattanooga with the following downtown events happening through Monday, June 20th:... (full story)

Fiscal Year 2006 Budget (06/13/2005)
The Town of Signal Mountain has completed its budget for the fiscal year 2006 (July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006)... (full story)

One Girl’s Take on Love…and Writing (05/19/2005)
I fell madly, passionately, wildly in love twice last month and I just have to write about it.... (full story)

Shop Signal Mountain a Success (05/13/2005)
The Shopping Contest is an event designed to raise the awareness of the great shopping and services available and conveniently... (full story)

20 Years of Choral Artistry... (full story)

Public Television Receives Honor (04/28/2005)
Public Television Receives Honor for Third Consecutive Year.... (full story)

2 Hamiliton County Public Schools Budget Discussed (03/08/2005)
I appreciated the opportunity to attend the public meeting held at Red Bank High School last night to discuss... (full story)

Bachman Community Center Receives Historical Commission Grant

The Tennessee Historical Commission, Dept. of Environment and Conservation, recently awarded a $20,000 grant... (full story)

Mountain Students Come Together To Help Children in Tsunami Areas (02/25/2005)
Students at Wayside Christian Preschool, Signal Mountain Christian School, St. Timothy’s Preschool, Signal Crest Preschool and Thrasher Elementary recently... (full story)

Disc Golf Arrives in Chattanooga (02/06/2005)
Disc golf, one of the fastest growing sports in America, has found a home in Chattanooga Tennessee... (full story)

Lone Oak Community Center Offers New Classes (01/25/2005)
Lone Oak Community Offers New Classes... (full story)

The Signal Mountain Lions Club is pleased to announce the continuation of the “Signal Mountain Lions Club Student Scholarship Program”.... (full story)


Griffin Porter Brown of Signal Mountain has been named one of the honorees.... (full story)

Ron Lowery Has Book Signing at Pruett's (12/15/2004)
If you have ever looked up above the produce at Pruetts, maybe you have admired the beautiful photographs of the Chattanooga area by Ron Lowery.... (full story)

Fellow Resident of Signal Mountain (12/04/2004)
Most of us could live 20-30-50 miles from here and still carry on our daily business, about as well as we do now.... (full story)

Concession from Joe Dumas (11/08/2004)
As the fourth place finisher in the election, I would like to congratulate the three winners (and the other unsuccessful... (full story)

November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month (10/14/2004)
The churches on Signal Mountain will join other churches throughout the Chattanooga area with a unique remembrance... (full story)

Signal Mountain Welfare Council (09/30/2004)
How can one answer a call by making a call?... (full story)

Wal-mart? (09/26/2004)
In today’s world, a huge portion of our lives revolves around money. We shop for the cheapest bargains... (full story)

Beginner’s Bridge Class at Bachman Community Center (09/15/2004)
An Elementary Bridge class will be offered at Bachman Community Center, 2815 Anderson Pike, beginning on Monday, October 4th... (full story)

Signal Mountain Alzheimer’s Support Group Offered at New Location (09/02/2004)
Beginning September 14, 2004, Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church will host a monthly Alzheimer’s Support Group meeting.... (full story)

Mountain Art Guild Moves to Bachman Community Center (08/18/2004)
When the Mountain Art Guild (MAGI) learned last May that the building on Taft Hwy. they had rented... (full story)

Community Emergency Response Team (08/16/2004)
To residents of Sequatchie County, located on Signal Mountain.... (full story)

Local Author Will Conduct Book Signing for First Novel (08/12/2004)
DENVER, COLORADO—Local author Jennifer Youngblood of Signal Mountain has just published her first novel, Livin’ in High Cotton.... (full story)

STORM WATER NEWS (08/11/2004)
New regulations and increased development pressures are making storm water management an important issue.... (full story)

Town of Signal Mountain Storm Water Program (07/23/2004)
Beginning August 28, 2004 the Recycle Center will accept the following items... (full story)

Shoal Creek Community Walk (06/23/2004)
Thanks to the efforts of our town councilmember, Rachel Bryant, residents of our mountain community were recently treated to a walk through one of our town parks – Shoal Creek.... (full story)

Signal Mountain's New Playground (06/09/2004)
Now that the older children’s playground equipment is finished being assembled... (full story)

Signal Mountain's New Playground (06/09/2004)
Sunday, June 6th.... (full story)

Signal Mountain's New Playground (06/08/2004)
Signal Mountain's New Playground... (full story)

Give Books, Give Hope (06/01/2004)
“I cannot live without books” – Thomas Jefferson... (full story)

The Signal Mountain Trail Riders Association met, Monday, May 17, 2004... (full story)

New Police and Fire Captains for the Town of Signal Mountain (05/11/2004)
Before proceeding with the meeting, the town manager presented to the Town Council and residents in attendance,... (full story)

For those people who want to see the gates closed and not look to future growth in the Town of Signal Mountain, Mayor Althaus reminded us that, “No growth means the Town will die.”
... (full story)

Thrasher Elementary School Breaks Ground on Multi-purpose Gymnasium (03/29/2004)
The official ground breaking for Thrasher Elementary School’s Multi-purpose gymnasium was held Monday, March 28th at 10:00 AM.... (full story)

Complete Our Community; Build Our School (03/29/2004)
Friends of Signal Mountain High School was formed in 1999, at which time the ½¢ sales tax in the Towns of Signal Mountain and Walden, with our support, was adopted by referendum in both towns.... (full story)

Town Council Votes YES (03/23/2004)
“It’s a win win situation.”
... (full story)

Friends of MACC Plan 2nd Annual Low-Country Shrimp Boil Fundraiser (03/18/2004)
The Friends of MACC, Mountain Arts Community Center, are planning a delicious and unique fund-raiser dinner for Saturday, May 1, from 6-9 PM.... (full story)

The Friends of Signal Mountain High School (FOSMHS) are celebrating on the heels of the ½ cent sales tax vote.... (full story)

The SMTR’s are a group of friends that love having a good time in the outdoors.... (full story)

PLAYHOUSE SHOW A HIT! (02/12/2004)
The show is held at the Mountain Arts Community Center (MACC) on Kentucky Avenue.... (full story)

Signal Mountain Library - THE BOOKMARK (01/30/2004)
am delighted with the number of people shopping the Friends of the Library Book Nook.... (full story)

News From Bachman Community Center (01/28/2004)
We have several other projects in the planning phases.... (full story)

Girl Scout Summer Day Camp (01/22/2004)
Girl Scout summer Day camp will be held at the Bachman
Community Center.... (full story)

got mtn. vision? update (01/17/2004)
Town of Signal Mountain Mission Statement:... (full story)

Signal Mountain Town Council Meeting (01/14/2004)
Six Resolutions presented at the January 12th meeting of the Signal Mountain Town Council were the main focus of the meeting.... (full story)

“Clinic Welcomes New Staff Member” (01/01/2004)
Dr. Jason Davidson of Signal Mountain Chiropractic Clinic is pleased... (full story)

December Bookmark (12/08/2003)
From the Director
As we approach the holiday season, one of our volunteers asked if I still had... (full story)

Holiday Fire Safety Tips (12/05/2003)
A message from the Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department:... (full story)

WARMS YOUR HEART (12/04/2003)
You may have noticed that the Signal Mountain Pruett’s has a new look both outside and inside... (full story)

First Local Kennedy Center Workshop to be Presented (12/03/2003)
Allied Arts and Hamilton County Schools have joined together to participate in the... (full story)

Pictures Cont'd. (11/28/2003)
Pictures from Prague Cont'd.... (full story)

More Pictures (11/27/2003)
More Pictures from the Czech Republic... (full story)

Thanksgiving in Prague Day Two Update (11/25/2003)
Dobre rano or Good Morning from the SMPC Prague Mission Team.... (full story)

The Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department in conjunction with the Lone Oak Community Civic League Medical Office is... (full story)

While you are making preparations for a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday, 20 members... (full story)

“Clinic Sponsors Donation Drive” (11/12/2003)
Signal Mountain Chiropractic Clinic is located at 1309 Taft Highway in the Windy Ridge Center.... (full story)

Allied Arts Sponsors Arts and Youth Forum


Allied Arts of Greater Chattanooga will present an Arts and Youth Public Forum on Wednesday, November 19, 2003 from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre.... (full story)

Signal Mountain Town Council Meeting (11/11/2003)
Over twenty students from Red Bank High school, members of Dr. Patricia Skates’ American Government Class... (full story)

got mtn. vision? (11/10/2003)
The public process to create a new strategic plan for the Town of Signal Mountain is... (full story)

SM Library Bookmark (10/29/2003)
What happened to the sub list?... (full story)


Signal Mountain Golf & Country Club, Thrasher Elementary and 39 Golf Teams Partner To Help Build Community Gym... (full story)

National Fire Prevention Week (10/11/2003)
As part of National Fire Prevention Week, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)... (full story)

The Bookmark (10/02/2003)
Signal Mountain Library---
From the Director
... (full story)

“For the Community, By the Community” (10/01/2003)
The Town of Signal Mountain began a tremendous and valiant process... (full story)

Letter to Editor (09/30/2003)
Congratulations to Chip Baker... (full story)

Signal Mountain Chiropractor Receives Pediatric Training (09/27/2003)
Dr. Jason Davidson of Signal Mountain Chiropractic Clinic recently completed coursework... (full story)

The Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department has received a grant... (full story)

A Big "Thank You" (09/17/2003)
Jack and I would like... (full story)

The Mountain Arts Community Center Changes Fee Plans (09/09/2003)
Over twenty-five people were in the audience at the monthly Signal Mountain Town Council meeting on Monday, September 8th.... (full story)

Mountain Vision (09/03/2003)
Strategic Planning for the Town of Signal Mountain... (full story)

Mount Carmel’s CDC Receives States’ Highest Rating (08/20/2003)
The Mount Carmel Baptist Child Development Center recently received the highest rating in the States’ Child Care Rating System.... (full story)

The Lone Oak Seniors 10th Annual Quilt Show was a success with people visiting from North Carolina, parts of Georgia and all over Tennessee.... (full story)

Old Towne Spring Newsletter

Some of you may have heard through the grapevine that Jack and I are moving off Signal Mountain in late summer.... (full story)

Lone Oak Community Center News (07/16/2003)
Q U I L T S H O W... (full story)

Signal Mountain Chiropractic Welcomes New Staff Member (07/16/2003)
Dr. Davidson of Signal Mountain Chiropractic Clinic is... (full story)

Chris Bryant to Compete in Team Championship at Turner Field in Atlanta - SEE UPDATE (06/20/2003)
Chris is 12 years old and will be in the seventh grade next year at McCallie.... (full story)

Signal Mountain Chiropractor Earns Certification (06/03/2003)
Dr. Jason Davidson, Chiropractor at Signal Mountain Chiropractic Clinic, recently earned... (full story)

Tara Linehart Responds to SM Post Article (06/03/2003)
This letter is in response to Natalie Vantrease's article in the May 29, 2003 issue of the Signal Mountain Post... (full story)

Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department Graduates (05/26/2003)
Pictured at the graduation are... (full story)

Presidential Candidate Visits Signal Mountain (05/17/2003)
Signal Mountain residents Chereé and Joe Dumas recently played host to a declared candidate for President of the United States.... (full story)

Signal Mountain Resident Helps Direct National Chess Tournament

Joe Dumas, a resident of Signal Mountain and a Senior Tournament Director for the United States Chess Federation... (full story)

The Bookmark (05/14/2003)
Please check your calendar to see if you can fill in on any of the following dates in June:... (full story)

Playground Committee Makes Presentation at Town Council Meeting (05/13/2003)
Scott Cook thanked the members of the Playground Committee:... (full story)

Emergency Communications Equipment Presented to County Agencies. (05/13/2003)
On Thursday May 8, Sequatchie County Emergency Management... (full story)

Heavenly Grounds Cafe Easter Egg Hunt Successful (04/16/2003)
The Easter egg hunt on 4/12 brought a small group but proved successful for the Angels on Assignment food pantry....... (full story)

Girl Scout Top Cookie Seller (04/16/2003)
Top cookie-seller Anna Holloway of troop #68... (full story)

Thank You Signal Mountain Businesses! (04/16/2003)
The Mountain Education Fund Board would like to extend their gratitude... (full story)

The IMPACT Program (04/14/2003)
Ms. Priscilla Roberts of Signal Mountain is directing and operating The IMPACT Program, a new and different kind of school that is sorely needed for families in our area.... (full story)

A 91 foot suspension bridge is being constructed over the upper Middle Creek crossing of the blue trail.... (full story)

Mount Carmel Ends Season of Holyball (03/18/2003)
The Mount Carmel Baptist Holyball Basketball league ended another great season.... (full story)

Mountain Education Fund Director Updates Report (03/10/2003)
At a recent meeting of the Signal Mountain Branch of the Chamber of Commerce, Mountain Education Fund Director Lynn Talbott updated the current financials of the MEF.... (full story)

Bachman Community Center Responds To Mountain Needs (03/10/2003)
When I think of the word "tenacious," the people who serve on the board of Bachman Community Center immediately come to mind.... (full story)

Signal Mountain Chiropractic Clinic Opens March 17 (02/27/2003)
Dr. Jason Davidson is pleased to announce that he will open Signal Mountain Chiropractic Clinic on Monday, March 17.... (full story)

Rainbow Lake – Reclaiming the Trail (02/17/2003)
To those of you who have enjoyed Rainbow Lake, and have special memories of it, now is your time to give something back to that which gave you so much.... (full story)

The BOOKMARK (02/05/2003)
Winter is certainly here.... (full story)

Who's Who Among America's Teachers for 2002 (01/31/2003)
Who's Who Among America's Teachers for 2002... (full story)

Old Towne Pays Tribute to Street Sign Donors (01/17/2003)
Just a few short months ago, who would have thought that the fundraising efforts by the Old Towne Association could have been so successful!... (full story)

Renowed Harpist, BRYAN BOWERS, Visits Thrasher Elementary (01/09/2003)
Mr. Bowers had the students singing along with him.... (full story)

Thrasher Students Raise Over $1,400 (01/09/2003)
Thrasher Students Raise Over $1,400... (full story)

Signal Mountain Evening Guild (01/07/2003)
Come join the fun while making our community a better place to live!... (full story)

January BOOKMARK (01/07/2003)
“Ask Me Why I Love My Job”... (full story)

Letter to Editor of Signal Mountain Post from MEF Board (12/19/2002)
The Mountain Education Fund (MEF) was founded in 1992 with the goal of coordinating fundraising for our community schools.... (full story)

The Library and the Mountain Education Fund.... AN OPINION (12/13/2002)
The recent uproar over the funding of the library by the Mountain Education Fund has once again raised the issue of services provided to and available to the residents on Walden’s Ridge... (full story)

THE BOOKMARK-Signal Mountain Library Newsletter- (12/04/2002)
Volunteers needed.... (full story)

This is the House that Marr Built
...and the renovation, concerto, historic district, CD-ROM and publishing company it inspired

On November 30, the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera Orchestra will present the first public performance of "The Four Seasons of Marrcrest," a concerto for orchestra and piano written to commemorate the historic renovation of Marrcrest... (full story)

Message From Mountainwood (11/20/2002)
Thank you to our wonderful neighbors... (full story)

Extraordinary Phenomenon (11/01/2002)
Extraordinary Phenomenon... (full story)

November Bookmark - Signal Mountain Library Newsletter (10/29/2002)
We will need volunteers to cook and set up the tables and decorations.... (full story)

Meet the Candidates Night- TWO (10/23/2002)
The question was asked to the candidates, each who have expressed a desire to better communicate with the people, how they saw this happening.... (full story)

The majority of issues discussed tonight or questioned have been discussed in length at monthly Town Council meetings and invited the many people in the audience to attend each month.
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Community Helpers Honored (10/16/2002)
Respect for our Community Day... (full story)

I hope many of you saw the sample of the new historic street sign with the trolley logo.... (full story)

The Signal Mountain Evening Guild, an offshoot of the day chapter is actively seeking new members.... (full story)

Bachman Community Center has been designated as a Neighborhood Classroom by Chattanooga READ... (full story)

Ruth Van Horn Recognized at Dedication (10/14/2002)
The Outdoor Classroom at Thrasher Elementary was recently dedicated to Ruth Van Horn in recognition for her efforts over the years to teach children how they can help our Earth.... (full story)

Fit for Birth and Beyond (10/07/2002)

OCTOBER BOOKMARK - Signal Mountain Library (10/02/2002)
We need your suggestions regarding programs.... (full story)

Thrasher Elementary 2002-03 PTA Executive Board (09/27/2002)
The 2 Executive Board of the Thrasher Elementary PTA have been hard at work providing leadership for school planning and activities.... (full story)

Register Now for November MACC Classes (09/23/2002)
Register Now for November MACC Classes... (full story)

Press Release (09/12/2002)
Thrasher Elementary’s G.Y. M. (Getting Youth Moving) Building Committee Organizes Walk to School Day on October 4, 2002.... (full story)

Letter from Marian Riggar: (09/09/2002)
I do hope that those mountain residents who enjoy walking in Old Towne will want to contribute to our signs.... (full story)

Thrasher Students Participate in SM Playhouse's State Fair (07/18/2002)
Thrasher Elementary students (SEE PICTURE!) are active in their community this summer.... (full story)

Town of Walden Meeting (07/09/2002)
Mayor Akins welcomed everyone present at the meeting and sent greetings and get well wishes to Bob Anderson, editor of the Signal Mountain Mirror, who was unable to attend the meeting.... (full story)

Bicycling Traffic Safety Tips (07/02/2002)
Bicycling Traffic Safety Tips... (full story)

Signal Mountain Library Wins Award! (06/26/2002)
Signal Mountain Library Wins Award!... (full story)

Signal Mountain Girls Softball (06/21/2002)
The Signal Mountain Girls Softball Association reorganized swiftly this spring to form a new Executive Board as well as complete a successful season.... (full story)

Signal Mountain Lion's Club (06/20/2002)
Hot off the press. Lion's Club Picnic Update!... (full story)

Lone Oak Seniors (06/01/2002)
The Lone Oak Seniors will be holding their 9th Annual Quilt Show... (full story)

The Bookmark - Signal Mountain Library Newsletter (05/29/2002)
We are still recruiting readers & student volunteers for June & July.... (full story)

The Bookmark (05/18/2002)
Plans are underway for the Summer Reading Program.... (full story)

The November Bookmark - The Signal Mountain Library (11/07/2001)
Will the meeting please come to order? Our library is fast becoming the place for clubs and organizations to hold their monthly meetings.... (full story)

The October Bookmark - The Signal Mountain Library (09/26/2001)
During the month of August, 128 materials were added to the collection and 26 volunteers gave 81 hours of service.... (full story)

The September Bookmark - The Signal Mountain Library (09/04/2001)
The Bookmark is back in production after our summer hiatus.... (full story)

Three Baylor School Students from Signal Mountain Named National Merit Scholars (05/02/2001)
Nine Baylor School students are among top tier of the nation's high school seniors who have been named finalists in the 46th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.... (full story)

Former Signal Student Addresses Baylor Assembly... (full story)

Caroline Lockrow Wins Jefferson Award (04/11/2001)
Baylor senior Caroline Lockrow of Signal Mountain is one of five local WRCB-TV 3 Jefferson Award winners and will now be considered for the national award sponsored by the American Institute for Public Service.... (full story)

A Night to Remember! (04/11/2001)
The first "Celebrate Baylor" auction was a huge success, raising nearly $300,000... (full story)

Mountain Education Fund Allocates Grants (03/13/2001)
The Mountain Education Fund allocated grants totaling $120,709 in a meeting of the Mountain Council of PTA’s held on March 13, 2001,... (full story)

Baylor Honors 32 Signal Students for Top Academic Achievement (02/26/2001)
Signal Mountain Students Named to Distinguished List... (full story)

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