The Signal Mountain Genealogical Society will hold its annual covered dish Christmas luncheon at 12:00 noon on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at the home of Noah and Marilyn Long.
The new officers for 2013 will be installed during this meeting.
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The Departments of History and Political Science at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga are pleased to announce that on Thursday, March 26, 2015, at 6:00 pm in the University ... (click for more)
Public historian and documentary producer David Currey will share clips from An American Journey: The Life and Times of Ed Bearss which highlights the life “of one of the nation’s most renowned ... (click for more)
The multi-year initiative to preserve and commemorate Tennessee’s Civil War history will culminate during the 2015 Tennessee Civil War Sesquicentennial Signature Event “Reconstruction Tennessee” ... (click for more)
The Departments of History and Political Science at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga are pleased to announce that on Thursday, March 26, 2015, at 6:00 pm in the University Center's Raccoon Mountain Room, Dr. Renee Romano of Oberlin College will deliver a lecture entitled "What Kind of Reckoning?: Making Sense of the Contemporary Prosecutions of Civil Rights-Era ... (click for more)
Public historian and documentary producer David Currey will share clips from An American Journey: The Life and Times of Ed Bearss which highlights the life “of one of the nation’s most renowned historians.” Following the short video presentation, Mr. Bearss and Currey will discuss the documentary and Mr. Bearss’ life experiences from his service in World War II through ... (click for more)
A Chattanooga family was getting ready for church Sunday morning when they heard a loud pop on the back side of the house. The pop they heard was apparently a window busting from intense flames on the outside of the house. Larry Erskine, his wife Nicole, and their two-year-old daughter got out of the house without injury and called 911. The Chattanooga Fire Department received ... (click for more)
Chattanooga firefighters responded to two kitchen fires within the past 24 hours. The first one occurred Saturday morning at 3116 15th Ave. Captain Joey Smith with Engine 5 said the firefighters were able to contain the fire to the kitchen area. The lone occupant got out of the house safely. The dollar loss was estimated at $15,000. The cause of the fire was ruled accidental, ... (click for more)
RE: Finley Stadium Financial Picture Rosy; Beer And Alcohol Sales Approved; AstroTurf Almost Ready and City, County Pitching In $250,000 Each For New Finley Stadium AstroTurf I read a story here five days ago about a rosy future for Finley stadium. It lead me to believe that the stadium was making money and even improvements with donations. Then we get a short ... (click for more)
They say March roars in like a lion and leaves like a lamb. So as you reach for your lambs-wool sweater on this last Sunday of the month, allow me to lighten up a bit with a new edition of my Sunday Funnies. I have a delightful crowd that keeps me supplied in jokes and these are some of the best that have come my way: A WOMAN'S PERFECT BREAKFAST -- She's sitting at the table ... (click for more)