Kelsie Bowman

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One Accord buddies up to provide help to kids with special needs

When Deejay Haas first started attending One Accord Community Church with her family a year and a half ago, her daughter Maecie, who has autism, was nonverbal and not social.

Sale Creek High sees first mock DUI crash presentation

Sale Creek High School sophomores, juniors and seniors gathered last week on the school’s front lawn to witness a tragic scene.

Pumpkin Patch rehab gets rolling

The initiative to rehabilitate the Pumpkin Patch playground is gaining momentum.

Two Frazier businesses celebrate birthdays with events

Frazier Avenue consistently sees changes in the businesses that line its street, but two are gearing up to celebrate a measure of longevity and success in their North Shore locations.

Sale Creek High sees first mock DUI crash presentation

Sale Creek High School sophomores, juniors and seniors gathered last week on the school’s front lawn to witness a tragic scene. A car was mangled against a nearby tree, with three bleeding teenagers still inside. Another was lying on the ground a few yards ahead of the car, unconscious.

One Accord buddies up to provide help to kids with special needs

When Deejay Haas first started attending One Accord Community Church with her family a year and a half ago, her daughter Maecie, who has autism, was nonverbal and not social.

Signal DRC to review sign regulations

Changes could be coming to the town of Signal Mountain’s sign regulations, potentially making it easier for businesses to get signs approved.

Bright School hosts International Night

Students, parents and teachers of Bright School learned about the cultures of 21 different countries at the school’s recent International Night event.

SDHS’s Fuller wins Barnes & Noble My Favorite Teacher award

Everyone remembers their favorite teacher from high school. Soddy-Daisy High School sophomore Chris Lee’s is English teacher Trevor Fuller, and thanks to Barnes & Noble, he’s gotten Fuller some serious recognition.

Walden citizens committee working to make the McCoy property fit for picnic

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.

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