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2016 race kicks into high gear

2016 race kicks into high gear

National News, Opinion August 7, 2014 at 6:29 am Comments are Disabled

by Zachary Toillion Sevier County Newspaper watches as 2016 race kicks into high gear. While the 2016 presidential election is over two years away, the race to the White House is already well underway. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the states of Iowa and New Hampshire. Since the start of 2013,Read More

Investigation continues in Hercutt death

News August 6, 2014 at 10:02 pm Comments are Disabled

By Michael Williams Sunday, August 3, marked the five year anniversary of the death of Shannon Hercutt, who was the victim of a homicide in Sevier County. Hercutt’s body was found inside her Cadillac Escalade down an embankment on Walker Trail in the Fox Run resort area around 11:30 p.m.Read More

Now there was song

Arts & Culture, Opinion August 6, 2014 at 9:27 pm Comments are Disabled

By Doug Davis This week in 1936: 100,000 people hailed Hitler at the Olympic Opening Ceremony, the A.F.L. voted to suspend ten unions unless they quit the C.I.O., the United States proclaimed non-intervention in Spain, and a singer from Maynardville, Tennessee recorded a song that would become a musical standard.Read More

Great Kids in History: The Kids Go on Strike!

Great Kids in History: The Kids Go on Strike!

Opinion July 24, 2014 at 8:03 pm Comments are Disabled

By Michael Williams Kids in History. During the 1890s, there were many orphan and homeless children living on the streets of most major cities across the nation. In New York alone more than 10,000 children had no place to call home and many slept on the streets. They were raggedRead 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