Kelsie Bowman

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Parent seeks to educate about Kawasaki disease

Kayak racing event slated for Sept. 12

When the pediatrician mentioned “Kawasaki disease,” Mike and Mindy Quinn had to grab their smartphones to look up what the words meant.

No county-funded SRO for SMMHS

Last week, Signal Mountain officials got an answer to their SRO question: The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office will not be providing a Student Resource Officer at Signal Mountain Middle/High School this year.

Premier Dental gives Hixson Wildcats custom mouth guards

Practice offering 50 percent off mouth guards through October

The Hixson High School football team is one step closer to being game-ready, thanks to Premier Family Dental.

Signal zoning amendment passes on first reading

At its July 24 work session, the Signal Mountain Town Council voted 4-1 in favor of amending the town’s zoning ordinance, which would reduce the minimum lot size requirement in minor lot subdivisions to a quarter acre. Councilman Bill Lusk voted against.

Soddy-Daisy family fights cancer, gives back to community

When Joe and Alana Phillips noticed their daughter Tillery’s delays in development last fall, they took her to their pediatrician. After weeks of doctors’ appointments, an MRI finally revealed that, beneath those curly brown locks of hair, the 15-month-old had a brain tumor the size of a fist.

WRES looks for land to build station

The daughter of the late Martha McCoy has publicly stated that she does not want to see a fire station built on the McCoy property.

Cat Clinic’s Alice Fund gets nonprofit status

Cat Clinic of Chattanooga’s Dr. Marcia Toumayan recalls several times when her clients were reduced to tears. They couldn’t pay for the care their sick or injured cat needed.

Online service may help Signal burglary victims

With the waves of burglaries that continue to hit the community, the Signal Mountain Police Department is now offering one more way for potential victims to recover stolen property.

NNH Thrift Store moves to Dayton Boulevard

After its grand opening earlier this week, the Northside Neighborhood House Thrift Store is settling in at its new location at 3605 Dayton Blvd.

Signal might allow smaller lot sizes

The Signal Mountain Town Council might amend the town’s zoning ordinance to allow residents in existing neighborhoods to subdivide and sell their property in lots as small as a quarter-acre.

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