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LUNCH Set to Open Feb. 8

Located at 24 University Ave., LUNCH will open at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 8. Owner Mallory Grimm, C’15, and her staff have been busy preparing to Read more...

Trails & Trilliums Registration to Open Mid-February

The Friends of South Cumberland State Parks (FSC) announces plans for the 19th annual Trails & Trilliums naturalist rally, to be held April 21-23 in Read more...

Sewanee’s French Restaurant’s Socially Conscious Agenda: Lumière

by Leslie Lytle, Messenger Staff Writer This fall, Sewanee’s first French restaurant opened its doors. The seductive ambiance and eclectic menu Read more...

Community Chest Spotlight: Mountain Goat Trail Alliance

The 2022-23 Sewanee Community Chest (SCC) Fund Drive is underway. Sponsored by the Sewanee Civic Association, the SCC raises money yearly for local Read more...

Monteagle: Council Creates Industrial Zone, Split Vote

by Leslie Lytle, Messenger Staff Writer In a split three to two vote at the Jan. 30 meeting, the Monteagle Town Council approved rezoning a 6.2 Read more...

South Cumberland Community Fund Announces Grant Schedule

Following the first meeting of its board in 2023, South Cumberland Community Fund announced that it will offer three grant rounds in 2023 and has Read more...

Higher Education Leader Robert Pearigen Elected Vice-Chancellor and President of The University of the South

Robert Wesley Pearigen, Ph.D, C’76, the president of Millsaps College known for his commitment to academic excellence, community partnerships and Read more...

SUD: Holiday Water Loss, Commissioner Election, Grant

by Leslie Lytle, Messenger Staff Writer At the Jan. 24 meeting of the Sewanee Utility District Board of Commissioners, SUD manager Ben Read more...

Sewanee Council: Bike Lane, Parking Solutions Proposed

by Leslie Lytle, Messenger Staff Writer Revisiting the Sewanee Community Council October discussion about danger to cyclists on University Avenue, Read more...

Babson Center Welcomes Edward Henley III Lunch Lecture on Feb. 2

Edward Henley III, founding principal and project executive at Pillars Development, LLC, will be the Babson Center’s Bryan Viewpoints Speaker for Read more...

Trails and Trilliums: Call for Vendors

The 19th annual Trails and Trilliums Festival will be April 21–23, at the Beersheba Springs Assembly in Beersheba Springs. This is a project of Read more...

Community Chest Spotlight: Blue Monarch

The 2022-23 Sewanee Community Chest (SCC) Fund Drive is underway. Sponsored by the Sewanee Civic Association, the SCC raises money yearly for local Read more...

Community Chest Spotlight: Little Bellas

The 2022-23 Sewanee Community Chest (SCC) Fund Drive is underway. Sponsored by the Sewanee Civic Association, the SCC raises money yearly for local Read more...

Shenanigans Makes a ‘Hard Pivot’ to Remain Open

As temperatures plummeted during Dec. 23 and Dec. 24 to negative numbers, water pipes froze and then burst across the Plateau. Many homes, schools, Read more...

Monteagle Planning: Site Plan, Subdivision Plat Deadlines

by Leslie Lytle, Messenger Staff Writer At the Jan. 17 Monteagle Planning Commission special called workshop, town planner Annya Shalun Read more...
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