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The groundbreaking ceremony for the new Monteagle to Sewanee segment of the Mountain Goat Trail was held on Monday, August 25 beside the Dollar General in Monteagle. The three-mile expansion will extend from the Dollar General in Monteagle to the current Mountain Goat Trail on Highway 156 in Sewanee. When the work is complete, a five-mile walking and biking trail will link Monteagle and Sewanee. Pictured are: members of the
Melody Knight Oliver, recently elected to Grundy County Circuit Court Clerk, loves being from Grundy County and is excited that she now has the opportunity to help its citizens. Congratulations on your recent win. Before we get to that, can you give us a little background? Where did you grow up? “I was raised in Beersheba Springs. My parents are Albert and Imogene Knight. I went to Beersheba Springs Elementary
Mrs. Georgia Mooney will celebrate her 100th birthday on Saturday, August 23 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Lower Cravens Hall in Sewanee. Mrs. Mooney, originally from Pelham Valley, now lives in Sewanee. Everyone is welcome to help celebrate this exciting occasion.
Ann Nunley won the Fun in the Sun Lake Winnie 4-pack contest from the Grundy County Herald. She is pictured with her grandson Abraham.
A son, Braden Kase, was born July 29, 2014 at Erlanger Medical Center to Johnny and Chelsea Braden of Monteagle. He weighed 6 llbs, 6 ounces and 19 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Jimmy Dyer, Jr. and Sonia Mainard. Paternal grandparents are Buster and Diane Braden of Gruetli-Laager. Branson has a 2-year old brother, Baylee Ray.
Misty Patel, originally from India, has made the mountain her home. A business owner, she loves Grundy County and the people who live here. When did you come to Grundy County? “I moved here in 2001 from Gujarat, India. I live in Tracy City. I wanted to come because I liked America and I really like Tracy City and the mountain.” Can you tell us about your family? “Yes, I
The South Cumberland Community Fund (SCCF) announced its latest grant recipients on Sunday, August 3, at the DuBose Conference Center in Monteagle. The grants, made to nine area nonprofit organizations, total nearly $64,000. “One of the primary functions of the Community Fund is to support people and organizations who are making the South Cumberland Plateau a healthier, better-educated, and culturally-richer place. We’re proud to honor these nine groups for the