Blackberry Farms Homestead Education presentation to be at Blount County Public Library

 Blackberry Farms Homestead Education presentation to be at Blount County Public Library

With spring weather making more frequent appearances, those who love to garden are earnestly tamping seeds into the rich soil while eagerly awaiting the harvest of fruits and vegetables for the table. “Good gardeners cook and good cooks garden” says Jeff Ross, Farmstead Educator at Blackberry Farms. With more than twenty years of experience producing […]

Winners of the Black History Month Art contest announced

Winners of the Black History Month Art contest announced

  Last week, U.S. Cellular and the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley announced the winners of the Black History Month Art contest at a special ceremony at the Boys & Girls Clubs’ Northwest Middle School location. The contest, which is in its first year in Tennessee, is designed to honor influential African-Americans […]

Photo Program: Develop a PLN (Personal Learning Network)

  The LeConte Photographic Society is proud to present a free program on Saturday, March 19th at 10:00 a.m. at the King Library in Sevierville in the Burchfield Room.  Dr. Karen Milligan will present a program showing how to Develop a PLN (Personal Learning Network).  The internet is a great place to learn new skills […]

Career Fair: Sevier County Ripley Attractions

Ripley’s Aquarium and Attractions is hosting a Career fair for jobs for their eight Ripley Sevier county attractions. The job fair will be Saturday, March 19  from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies.   The 8 Ripley’s Sevier county attractions hiring include: Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, Ripley’s Believe It Or […]

‘Dementia: Ways for Family/Caregivers to Cope’ presentation to be at Blount County Public Library

While caring for a loved one suffering from dementia, the caregiver may become overwhelmed, weary, isolated and unaware of local resources that are available for assistance with the continuum of health and mental deterioration that may occur. “Dementia: Ways for Family and Caregivers to Monitor and Cope” will be presented by Rebekah Wilson, MSW, on […]

Just a few days left to get Girl Scout Cookies

Just a few days left to get Girl Scout Cookies

  Tasty Girl Scout Cookies are about to disappear for another year. The Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians’ sale ends March 20. But girls’ hard work is far from over.   “Across the council, we’re still going strong with plenty of cookies to sell and lots of booths,” says Girl Scout Sarah Osucha. […]

UT’s Baker Center Releases Scorecard, Ranks US States According to Energy, Economy and Environment 

UT’s Baker Center Releases Scorecard, Ranks US States According to Energy, Economy and Environment 

Energy, economic performance and environmental quality are fundamentally linked. This makes it challenging to craft public policy to combat the effects of climate change.   The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy has released an inaugural Energy Scorecard for the American States, which includes a visual and interactive map […]

Spring has sprung in Tennessee

Spring has sprung in Tennessee

Tennessee’s upcoming tourism news is consolidated for your convenience below. For a complete list of Tennessee events, visit tnvacation.com/calendar. Ongoing Memphis – Enjoy the classic The Wizard of Oz playing through the month of March on the 2D screen at Pink Palace Family of Museums. March 11-13 Dickson – The Dickson Farm, Home and Garden […]

New WDVX.com is an Online Destination for Bluegrass, Americana Music Fans

WDVX, East Tennessee’s own Listener Supported Radio is proud to unveil the all new WDVX.com. The new site has been designed to offer the ultimate user-friendly experience, with improved navigation and functionality. By giving listeners better access to everything that matters most to them, the new WDVX.com is an online destination for fans of the […]