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International Biscuit Festival makes call to the best biscuit makers
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KNOXVILLE -- The International Biscuit Festival held in downtown Knoxville is now accepting recipe submissions for competition.
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National Park to conduct prescribed burn in Cades Cove
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KNOXVILLE -- A prescribed burn on a 1,876-acre forested area northwest of Cades Cove will be conducted by Great Smoky Mountains National Park fire management crew between March 9 and 31, 2015.
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U.S. Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) released the following statement regarding Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to a joint meeting of Congress today.

“Prime Minister Netanyahu delivered a very strong speech, dispelled any sense of partisanship and focused on what is one of the greatest national security issues of our time. Israel is a great friend and ally to the United States, and it is important that our relationship remain resilient and unwavering as growing challenges in the Middle East threaten the future and security of both of our nations,” Corker said.

As chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Corker was chosen to be part of a bipartisan group of lawmakers who escorted Netanyahu into the U.S. House of Representatives chamber.

Home Federal Bank seeks hometown heroes nominations
KNOXVILLE — Home Federal Bank is accepted nominations for unsung heroes in the community. For the fifth consecutive year this special endeavor will honor outstanding volunteers who make East Tennessee a more comfortable place for all of us.
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East TN Kidney Foundation inviting runner and volunteers for run and walk
KNOXVILLE — Registration is now open for the 6K run and 2K walk by the East Tennessee Kidney Foundation (ETKF).
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Local business experts offer women-only leadership workshop
KNOXVILLE – Mountain Laurel Leadership offers its inaugural one-day workshop for women only. This is the first workshop of its kind offered by the new company.
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Newsman and author Joe King to hold book signing
The former editor of the Seymour Herald and current reporter for the LaFollette Press will hold a book signing March 28 for his recently published work Human Ants.
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Fishery Biologist Matt Kulp speaks on Smokies Fish & Water Happenings
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Matt Kulp, supervisory fishery biologist in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, will give project updates on Smokies "Fish & Water Happenings" at a free, public meeting.
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