Vote For Landrum, Murdock And Lusk

Monday, November 5, 2018

We encourage our friends who live in the town of Signal Mountain to join us in voting for Dan Landrum, Susannah Murdock and Bill Lusk to serve on our Town Council.

Dan, Susannah and Bill will serve with honesty and integrity. Their track records demonstrate they will listen to and represent the best interests of all Signal residents, from newcomers and old-timers to retirees and families with children in public schools.

Dan Landrum stood tall in opposition to those who tried to sell our community on the idea of creating a costly and unneeded independent school district. Susannah Murdock was a leader in the successful movement to oppose building a box store in our neighbors’ backyards. And Bill Lusk used his business savvy and contacts with state government to ban 18-wheelers from using the main road up the mountain for deliveries to Sequatchie and Bledsoe counties. 

Please vote for Dan Landrum, Susannah Murdock and Bill Lusk. 

Jim and Annie Hall
Signal Mountain


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Opinion

Unity Group Denounces Election Security Legislation

Current legislation that has passed in the House of Representatives and is being debated in the Senate, HB 1079/SB 971, would essentially criminalize voter registration drives by "enhancing election security." The bill would require training for groups that register more than 100 people while the State Election Commission would be granted authority to, “assess a civil penalty to ... (click for more)

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Breaking News

New Details Given On Disappearance Of Geneva Atkins, 83

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office released additional details in an effort to help the public recognize the GMC Sierra pickup truck driven by Geneva Atkins. Mrs. Atkins was last seen on Tuesday at approximately 9 p.m. driving a gray 1999 GMC Sierra with damage to the right front fender. The vehicle is registered in Tennessee and the license plate is 158-JSP. The 1999 GMC Sierra ... (click for more)

Man, 50, Shot In Road Rage Incident On Bailey Avenue; Christopher Bell, 29, Wanted For Attempted Criminal Homicide

A man, 50, was shot on Bailey Avenue on Thursday afternoon, and Christopher Bell, 29, is wanted for criminal attempted homicide. At approximately 3:20 p.m. Chattanooga Police were dispatched to a person shot call at 1050 Bailey Ave. Upon arrival, officers located a man suffering from a gunshot wound. The man stated to police that he and the suspect were involved in a vehicle ... (click for more)

Sports

Softball: Baylor Cools Off Soddy-Daisy, 8-0, In Lady Trojan Invitational

The Lady Trojan Invitational began Friday morning in less than ideal weather conditions at Warner Park. Tarps protected the infields of all four diamonds being used, but the outfields were soggy and the warning tracks had the texture of mud pies when heavy rain came back through the area in the third inning. Baylor jumped on host Soddy-Daisy for three first-inning runs and ... (click for more)

Stanfield's One-Hitter Leads Sale Creek Past Marion

It wasn’t the best of weather conditions, but teams playing in the annual Yellow Jacket Classic at Lookout Valley Elementary School’s O’Mary-Conard Field made the most of their opportunities on a soggy turf. Nothing seemed to bother the Sale Creek Lady Panthers as they began the day with an 11-1 win over Lookout Valley. The winning continued with a 2-0 victory over Marion County ... (click for more)