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The Enemy: A LCD Flat Screen TV

The Enemy: A LCD Flat Screen TV

Science & Environment July 21, 2014 at 12:42 am Comments are Disabled

By Jim Callicott The big box in my living room has been sitting there for a week, undisturbed. Every time I approach it I have flashbacks to 2006. I know the contents of the box and I must meet in what I consider technical combat. Inside the box is aRead More

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Man Arrested for Drug Trafficking, Reckless Endangerment

Local News July 18, 2014 at 1:30 am Comments are Disabled

by: Michael Williams A Sevier County man, identified as Brandon Bearden, 27, was arrested Monday following a domestic dispute  during which he allegedly fired shots. His wife fled the premises and called the Sevier County Sheriff’s Office who quickly responded to the couple’s home on Shinebone Road. The call cameRead More

A Record Fit for a King

A Record Fit for a King

Local News July 16, 2014 at 5:37 am Comments are Disabled

By Michael Williams Harrah’s Casino in Cherokee, N.C. set a record fit for a king Saturday night by amassing the largest gathering of Elvises in history to set a Guinness World Record. A total of 895 Elvis fans donned wigs, sunglasses and jumpsuits and gathered in the Grand Event CenterRead More

Jazz Fest unites South, country

Jazz Fest unites South, country

National News May 10, 2014 at 8:05 pm 0 comments

By Christine Lee The casual music lover wanders through the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival the same way the great Mississippi River winds across the fair state of Louisiana: carefree and unbounded. One moment you’re lured in by the country sweet sounds of The Deslondes under the forgiving shadeRead More

Local visits 45th annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

Local visits 45th annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

Arts & Culture, Local News May 8, 2014 at 11:57 pm Comments are Disabled

By Louis Kahl Spanish moss still hangs from the oak trees that line the roads to New Orleans. This time of year Magnolias begin to bloom with spring flowers. The weather is perfect, unlike what it will be in three to four weeks when 100% humidity wraps its sultry armsRead More

Sable Now Open in Pigeon Forge

Sable Now Open in Pigeon Forge

Arts & Culture, Lifestyle, Local News May 7, 2014 at 11:15 pm Comments are Disabled

By Michael Williams The new Pigeon Forge Theater, Sable is one of the most innovative shows ever to open, it is now captivating audiences in the Smoky Mountains. Sable, which is French for sand, combines the majesty of equestrian showmanship with the beauty of sand art performed by a sand artist.Read More