Emily Crisman

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Gray joins Signal Crest UMC staff as children’s ministry director

A new children’s Sunday school curriculum and more family events are just a few of the things Chrissy Gray has in store for the Signal Crest United Methodist Church congregation, for which she is the new children’s ministry director.

Signal’s Gammon specializes in doing kitchens, windows

After spending many years working for a division of IBM, nearly five years ago Signal Mountain resident Pete Gammon started a business specializing in windows and kitchen cabinets, JK Kitchen and Windows.

MACC adds musical theater dance workshops to class lineup

The MACC is expanding its offerings to include instruction in musical theater dance, with workshops scheduled for the first Saturday of the month September through December, from 10 a.m. to noon.

Red Bank commits to study on pedestrian improvements

A change of heart could cost the city of Red Bank more than $40,000.

SCORE offers free Small Business Workshop

The local chapter of SCORE, a nonprofit association providing education and mentorship to small businesses through experienced volunteers, is holding a free Small Business Workshop in the main conference room of the Business Development Center Wednesday, Sept. 2 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Soddy-Daisy addresses safety concerns

At their meeting Aug. 6, Soddy-Daisy commissioners addressed several safety concerns in the city, including adding school resource officers to the city’s schools that lack them, as well as giving firefighters and first responders in the city who are certified to carry firearms permission to do so on the job.

HHS grad takes first place in national nursing competition

Bailey Harding graduated at the top of her class from Hixson High School as the 2015 valedictorian. But that is not the only top-class recognition she received this summer.

Shear Rebel owner ‘dares to be different’

Shear Rebel Hair Studio owner Arleatha Gipson uses the tagline “Dare to be Different” to describe her business, located in Salons by JC inside Northgate Mall in Hixson.

Rabbit meat gaining in popularity at local markets

Rabbit meat is gaining in popularity among shoppers at local farmers markets, according to Amanda Abair, owner of Three Barns South, a farm in Whitwell, Tenn., which has been selling rabbit at local markets since March.

Signal Mountain Middle/High School starts middle school bowling club

In an effort to build up participation on the Signal Mountain High School bowling team, coach Mark Bracher is starting a middle school bowling club this fall for sixth- through eighth-grade boys and girls.

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