A meet and greet with Joe Manuel, candidate for chancellor for Hamilton County, will be held on Thursday, Nov. 14.
The event will be held at the North River Civic Center from 5-7 p.m.
Refreshments and light hors d'oeuvres will be served.
December 5, 2016
The Moccasin Bend Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will hold their December meeting at Signal Mountain Town Hall Complex on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. There will be a covered ... (click for more)
Security Concepts for Religious Institutions will be presented by AGAPE Tactical, LLC On Dec. 17. The interactive seminar will teach participants how to make their organization a safer place ... (click for more)
The Walker County Chamber of Commerce will host the third annual “Christmas Claus for a Cause” December luncheon to celebrate the holiday season while giving back to the students of Walker County. ... (click for more)
The Moccasin Bend Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will hold their December meeting at Signal Mountain Town Hall Complex on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. There will be a covered dish luncheon followed by a “New to You” auction. The proceeds from the auction will benefit Fisher House which provides free or low cost lodging to Veterans or military families receiving ... (click for more)
Security Concepts for Religious Institutions will be presented by AGAPE Tactical, LLC On Dec. 17. The interactive seminar will teach participants how to make their organization a safer place of worship. The seminar will cover topics such as: 1. The cost of having a safety team versus not having one 2. The truth regarding shooting incidents in churches 3. How to prevent ... (click for more)
A new lawsuit in the tragic Woodmore Elementary School bus wreck said one girl on the bus suffered a severe traumatic brain injury. Attorneys Joseph Fried and Michael Goldberg of Fried Rogers Goldberg LLC filed a lawsuit in Hamilton County Circuit Court on behalf of the minor daughter of Shanquatta Byrd. The bus driver, Johnthony Walker, was transporting 37 students from ... (click for more)
Chattanooga Police Chief Fred Fletcher said Monday morning that the officer who was shot three times on Thursday is recovering well. Chief Fletcher said the officer was wearing a bullet-proof vest and one bullet hit the vest, which protected him during the shooting. The officer was able to return fire, although Chief Fletcher would not comment on how many bullets ... (click for more)
I have been reading the buzz about Signal Mountain and other small municipalities considering a move to form their own school district within their municipal boundaries. It is quite the comedy hour considering the notion that small cities that for decades could not even manage small sewer systems or 911 districts, are somehow going to do a better job with public education ... (click for more)
It took the Hamilton County School board nine months before the group hired a search firm to find a new superintendent. But you mark my words – the Department of Education will undoubtedly implode if our leaders wait another nine months simply hoping for some type of mystical salvation. In the last week Signal Mountain leaders have all but given notice they will form their own district ... (click for more)