Post Tagged with: "Tennessee Newspaper"

A working man’s artist

A working man’s artist

Arts & Culture February 11, 2015 at 5:38 pm 0 comments

By Michael Williams When Dan Arwood retired from his job 12 years ago, his children encouraged him to take up a hobby. Little did they realize the hobby he picked up would become a passion that would reap profits while making a contribution to the world of art. Arwood couldRead More

Publix Super Market to be built on Wears Valley Road

Publix Super Market to be built on Wears Valley Road

Local News, News February 1, 2015 at 11:40 pm 1 comment

By Michael Williams Shoppers will soon have another choice for purchasing groceries in Pigeon Forge. Within the next two months construction is expected to begin on the new supermarket which will be located on Wears Valley Road. According to Eric Brackins, assistant city manager for the City of Pigeon Forge,Read More

Stranger than fiction: the stupidest outlaw in the West

Stranger than fiction: the stupidest outlaw in the West

Stranger than fiction February 1, 2015 at 11:10 pm 0 comments

By Michael Williams “Black Jack” Tom Ketchum emerges from the pages of history as something of an enigma. Little is known of his life and his crimes were unspectacular and incompetent. His bumbling efforts at robbery inspired some newspapers to begin referring to him as the “Stupidest outlaw in theRead More

Dinner diva: fermented foods

Dinner diva: fermented foods

Dinner Diva February 1, 2015 at 10:45 pm 0 comments

By Leanne Ely I think our ancestors would be pretty surprised at how fermented foods seem to have all but disappeared from our dinner plates. Since ancient times, humans around the world have been fermenting their food before eating or drinking it. Wine was being made at least eight thousandRead More

Park completes comprehensive stream mapping project

Park completes comprehensive stream mapping project

News February 1, 2015 at 10:32 pm 0 comments

GSMNPS (press release)—Great Smoky Mountains National Park geographic information system specialists and scientists in collaboration with scientists from Tennessee, North Carolina, and the United States Geological Survey (USGS), completed a three-year stream mapping project. Park scientists used a combination of aircraft mounted scanners and a Global Positioning System verification systemRead More

Business profile: Acuff Tax Service

Business profile: Acuff Tax Service

Business Profiles February 1, 2015 at 9:40 pm 0 comments

By Jim Eastin When it is tax season, tax preparers have very little time for themselves. Gary Dick is no exception. Gary was born and raised in KY. After college he started to work in a CPA firm preparing taxes and bookkeeping. Then he decided to change from public accountingRead More

Capitol & churches: moving King George’s capitol

Capitol & churches: moving King George’s capitol

Capitols & Churches February 1, 2015 at 9:11 pm 0 comments

By Gary Flanagan Leaving Columbia, South Carolina we head West on Interstate 20 into the state named for King George II. Clearly our early founders had a difficult time running from and staying true to the crown of England. Before we arrive in the current state capital of Georgia, Atlanta,Read More

George Soros, huge financial contributor to Ferguson demonstrations/riots

George Soros, huge financial contributor to Ferguson demonstrations/riots

News, Opinion February 1, 2015 at 8:45 pm 0 comments

By Dwight L. Schwab, Jr. It was reported Thursday that liberal billionaire George Soros has and continues to play a crucial part in the financing of Ferguson, Missouri protesters. He has contributed approximately $33 million to on-the-ground activist groups, according to The Washington Times. His millions have created an atmosphereRead More

UT-VMC emergency room tails: the cat had the right name

UT-VMC emergency room tails: the cat had the right name

Tails from the ER January 30, 2015 at 6:06 pm 0 comments

By Dr. Amanda  Rainey We had all heard about the fire before any calls concerning animals started coming in. When the overnight ICU technician arrived shortly before midnight, he relayed what he had seen on the news and everyone began searching for the story on the Internet. Apparently a localRead More

Farmer, Carr officially sworn in; appointed Chairmen of House committees

Politics January 30, 2015 at 6:00 pm 0 comments

By Cade Cothren The House of Representatives officially gaveled into session this week, marking the beginning of the 109th General Assembly in Tennessee. As part of the opening day ceremonies, State Representative Andrew Farmer (R–Sevierville) and State Representative Dale Carr (R–Sevierville)  took the oath of office and were officially swornRead More