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Phillip Fulmer kicks off new radio show
KNOXVILLE — Former University of Tennessee Head Football Coach and Volunteer Legend Phillip Fulmer hit the airwaves this week to talk college football, the SEC and University of Tennessee football.
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Free teacher workshop at Knoxville Zoo on October 4
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KNOXVILLE — Great Smoky Mountains National Park is partnering with Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont and the Knoxville Zoo to offer a free teacher workshop, “Making STEM Easy” at the Knoxville Zoo.
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Beef it up at the Northeast Tennessee Beef Expo on October 9
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KNOXVILLE – Beef cattle producers will have an opportunity to beef it up at the 2014 Northeast Tennessee Beef Expo on Thursday, October 9. The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture will host the event.

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The Smith Group opens Knoxville office with marketing guru as head
willie mccauley KNOXVILLE — Nashville based advertising and marketing agency, The Smith Group, has opened an office in Knoxville and hired a guru to head it up.
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National Park attacker, William Seevers, gets 27 year prison sentence
KNOXVILLE - On Aug. 28, 2014, Atmore, Alabama resident William E. Seevers, 48, was sentenced to serve 27 years in prison by the Honorable Thomas Varlan, U.S. District Judge. Seevers pleaded guilty in April 2014 to attempted murder and one count of aggravated sexual abuse by force.

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The Tennessee Valley Fair is offering over 3,200 unique competitions at its 95th annual Fair, September 5-14, 2014. The 2014 Competitive Exhibits catalog can be viewed online at tnvalleyfair.org. From cakes, crafts, quilts, cows, photography, Lego builds and much more, there are thousands of opportunities to showcase your creativity.
 

Immerse yourself in Appalachian culture with dulcimer lessons
Learn to play the Appalachian dulcimer and discover the instrument’s Appalachian heritage at Pellissippi State Community College this fall.
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Knoxville man is 2014 Sargent Shriver Youth Warriors Against Poverty Award Winner
KNOXVILLE – Alejandro Guizar of Knoxville has been named as one of 15 recipients of the Sargent Shriver Youth Warriors Against Poverty Leadership Award. Mr. Guizar will receive $5,000 in recognition of his vision, passion and dedication to improving the lives of families in his community.
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Clarence Brown Theatre 40th Anniversary Season Opener: Hank Williams
As a singer and songwriter, Hank Williams changed the face of not only country music, but music in general, forever. From September 4-28, the Clarence Brown Theatre will stage the biographical retelling of his life in Hank Williams: Lost Highway. Rolling Stone called the show, “Exhilarating! A rare achievement in musical theater!”
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