Civil War Historian San Elliot To Speak At The Signal Mountain Genealogical Society Aug. 6

Friday, July 12, 2019

Sam Elliott, a resident of Signal Mountain, well known Chattanooga attorney, and recognized Civil War historian will present a program entitled, “Tennesseans in the Battle of Chickamauga" at The Signal Mountain Genealogical Society at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 6 at the Walden Town Hall, 1836 Taft Highway.

Refreshments will be served followed by a brief business meeting and program. The speaker for the day is As always visitors are welcome.


Chattanooga Legacy Project To Interview Chattanooga's Oldest Citizens

Fond Memories Of Chamberlain Field

Tennessee State Library And Archives Hosts Genealogy Workshop The Saturday After Thanksgiving


The Chattanooga Legacy Project will video high-definition firsthand oral accounts from a diverse pool of Chattanoogans discussing their life experiences in the Scenic City. “A priority is ... (click for more)

Thanks Mr. Summers, for the great post on Chamberlain Field. It held special memories for me and my family. My dad, as an adult, went to UC, was in the band and I spent time there after I ... (click for more)

Thanksgiving is a time to reconnect with family members and share stories. At the Tennessee State Library and Archives, families can also explore stories of their relatives during a free “Family ... (click for more)


Memories

Chattanooga Legacy Project To Interview Chattanooga's Oldest Citizens

The Chattanooga Legacy Project will video high-definition firsthand oral accounts from a diverse pool of Chattanoogans discussing their life experiences in the Scenic City. “A priority is to choose some of Chattanooga’s oldest citizens and tap their memories to be added a database of stories with a focus on local history, organized by topics,” said David Moon, founder of Picnooga, ... (click for more)

Fond Memories Of Chamberlain Field

Thanks Mr. Summers, for the great post on Chamberlain Field. It held special memories for me and my family. My dad, as an adult, went to UC, was in the band and I spent time there after I got out of school (City, you know that other high school) when he had late practices in the band room. As a freshman I attended a Thanksgiving Day game and was in ROTC before joining the ... (click for more)

Breaking News

3 Faculty Members Assaulted By Student At Sequoyah High School

Three faculty members at Sequoyah High School were assaulted by a student on Thursday morning, the Sheriff's Office said. The faculty members suffered minor injuries and did not get medical treatment, it was stated. The student is facing juvenile charges. Officials said, "Earlier this morning, there was a verbal altercation at Sequoyah High School between two juvenile students. ... (click for more)

Hollie Eades, 29, Struck And Killed On I-75 Wednesday Night

Hollie Eades, 29, was struck and killed Wednesday night on Interstate 75. At approximately 8:05 p.m., a motor vehicle crash occurred involving a pedestrian near the exit ramp for East Brainerd Road from Interstate 75 Southbound. The Chattanooga Police Department's Traffic/DUI Unit responded to the scene. Ms. Eades had just been involved in a rear end collision on Interstate ... (click for more)

Opinion

The Senate Needs To Pass Election Security Funding For States

It has never been more clear that our elections are in danger. We know that Russia hacked American state boards of elections and voting machine companies in 2016. What’s more, Moscow is already gearing up to do it again in future elections. Enough is enough. Our current system isn’t equipped to handle the growing level of interference. In many cases, states have no way of verifying ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: If You Are Over 65 …

I am blessed in a lot of ways but as I grow older and muddle through my Morning Readings each day, my close friends realize I miss some really important things and they forward them along to me. There is a guy, Larry Cloud, who sends me notes and clippings and videos to the degree he ought to have his own column on Chattanoogan.com, or charge me for psychiatry. Then there is Caleb ... (click for more)