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By Kelsie Bowman Staff Writer A temporary Walden citizens committee is working to make the McCoy property fit to open to the public by May 25 — specifically for a Memorial Day picnic. The Walden Board

A temporary Walden citizens committee is working to make the McCoy property fit to open to the public by May 25 — specifically for a Memorial Day picnic.

Guild now seeking nominations for Woman of the Year Award

Shortly after the Signal Mountain Community Guild formed more than 80 years ago, the organization began accepting nominations from community members for its Woman of the Year Award presented annually at the group’s Dogwood Luncheon each spring. The deadline to submit nominations for the 2015 Woman of the Year is Wednesday, April 8.

SMSS launches website, offers new scholarship

Signal Mountain Social Services is now offering several college scholarships open to anyone in need who is a permanent resident of the 37377 ZIP code.

Meet the Signal Mountain Condemnation Board

Editor’s note: This is the eighth in a series outlining the purpose and duties of the various boards involved with the government in the town of Signal Mountain.

Damage to SMMHS fields will take months to repair

The recent damage done to fields at Signal Mountain Middle/High School will take months to repair, according to officials, leaving some students without field space to practice on.

Signal Mountain Nursery and local naturalist pair up for backyard fun

Signal Mountain naturalist Amy Graves is teaming up with Signal Mountain Nursery to offer fun and educational programs for children and families focused on plants, animals and the natural world.

MEF unveils Founders Fund Wall of Honor

Supporters of Signal Mountain Middle/High School attend the unveiling of the new Founders Fund Wall of Honor.

Hummingbird marks 1st year with changes

Spring is just around the corner, and Hummingbird Pastaria is abuzz with new activity.

Meet the Tree Board

Editor’s note: This is the seventh in a series outlining the purpose and duties of the various boards involved with the government in the town of Signal Mountain.

Speed bump conversation continues on Signal

The Signal Mountain Town Council asked for a straight answer from the Municipal Technical Advisory Service regarding the speed bumps in the Hidden Brook neighborhood, but didn’t get one.

Mountain Stewards hold Green Car Expo

Ever wondered what it is really like to own a hybrid or electric car? The Mountain Stewards are bringing local hybrid and electric car owners and dealers together for the group’s first Green Car Expo, which will be held in the Pruett’s parking lot Saturday, March 14 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Meet the Signal Mountain Recreation Board

Signal Mountain residents with young children are probably most affected by the work of the Recreation Board, which is responsible for town property used for recreation.

Louis Belva joins Signal Mountain Bible Church as associate pastor

Signal Mountain resident Louis Belva is now preaching and teaching at Signal Mountain Bible Church, where he was recently named associate pastor.

Frozen 5k for Haiti a success

In its seventh year, Signal Mountain Bible Church’s Frozen 5k for Haiti raised $12,500.

Council still questions conservation easement

The conservation easement agreement between the town of Signal Mountain and the Land Trust for Tennessee may have been signed into effect, but the debate continues.

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