Knoxville up for Top Adventure Town in Blue Ridge Outdoor Magazine

Knoxville, Tennessee has been nominated for Top Adventure Town in Blue Ridge Magazine. Last year Knoxville beat out many cities in a similar campaign titled “Top Towns” from the same publication. In the first round Knoxville is competing against Greensboro, North Carolina. To vote for Knoxville in this first round click here. “Knoxville is full […]

Zoo hosts Knoxville’s largest wine, food and brew event Saturday

Zoo Knoxville invites guests to do a little grazing, try out some new watering holes and shake their tail feathers at Knoxville’s largest food and drink sampling event.  Feast with the Beasts, presented by ORNL Federal Credit Union, takes place on Saturday, August 13 from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. at Zoo Knoxville.   Feast with […]

Art of Native Plants Exhibit Coming to Townsend Visitors Center

Art of Native Plants Exhibit Coming to Townsend Visitors Center

Show runs Aug. 16-28 Townsend, Tenn. – Inspired by a show at the United States Botanic Garden which featured artwork of plants from all national parks, an exhibit featuring native plants of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park opens Tuesday, Aug. 16 at the Townsend Visitors Center (7906 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway, Townsend, Tenn.). Free […]

Legal and Public Notices for the week of August 8, 2016

  NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE   WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated August 25, 2005, executed by WILLIAM EDWARD HOOPER, JANELLE TURNER, conveying certain real property therein described to EMMETT JAMES HOUSE OR BILL R. MCLAUGHLIN, as Trustee, as same appears […]

Three Common Types of Payment Arrangements with a Lawyer

By Jedidiah McKeehan It can be a daunting, and expensive, experience to hire an attorney, especially when you hear the sorts of numbers thrown around – million dollar settlements, $500.00 an hour, “we don’t get paid until you get paid!” What does all of this mean to you? Well, you want to be clear on […]

The Grainger County Tomato Festival in Rutledge, Tennessee

By Ralphine Major It is a bright-red fruit that has drawn thousands to Grainger County, Tennessee, for the past 24 years!  The Grainger County tomato has a very unique and wonderful taste.  Absolutely delicious!!  A pleasant drive up Emory Road showcased the beautiful East Tennessee mountains in the distance, often draped in an early morning […]

Ruby, My Cardinal Friend

By Rosie Moore It is said that “birds of a feather, flock together” but, Ruby, my cardinal friend would rather “flock” alone. I watch his antics outside from my window in the den and they are usually quite amusing. If I tap on the window he will fly away but comes back in a few […]

Dust-Up

By Dr. Jim Ferguson Recently, two friends of mine on the social media site, Facebook, found themselves in a “dust-up.” The problem arose from the politics of our divided land. About four years ago I joined Facebook because my kids were using it, and I wanted to keep up with my kids and their pictures. […]

Jazz & Spirituals Coming to Hot Summer Nights Concerts at Library 

By Joan VanSickle Sloan MARYVILLE, TN- Longtime friends and performing duo, Wendel Werner and Alan Eleazer, will combine their considerable musical talents to present a piano/vocal concert of jazz and sacred music at the Blount County Public Library on Thursday, August 11, at 7 p.m. The concert is sponsored by the Blount County Friends of […]

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