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Fire destroys home at 904 West Emerald Ave.

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Augusta Quarry to close temporarily for major upgrades

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Sen. Oliver, Rep. Behn announce bill to make preschool free for every 4-year-old

Big tech is incapable of self-governing – Congress must step in
U.S. Senators Richard Blumenthal and Marsha Blackburn

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Reward up to $5 million offered to bring Mexican narcotics trafficker to justice

North America bird populations are declining; expert explains why

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City releases strategy to meet housing challenges
Zoo Knoxville loses Hartmann’s mountain zebra
The Future of Ijams Nature Center features new campus master plan
Knoxville named in Beacon Center 2023 Pork Report
Sunsphere turns blue, attracts visitors from around the world
Homicide victim found in Loudon County nearly four decades ago identified
Identity discovered of murder victim from 40+ years ago
Tennessee’s 1st Baby Box is blessed
New projects will improve forest health and wildlife habitat
Department of the Interior celebrates recovery of the snail darter
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National Park receives $31 million to repair Foothills Parkway West
TVA unveils $3M in pilot projects to advance valley connectivity, carbon-free future

National Park Service acquires 60 acres of land
TVA approves Asian carp fish barriers at seven dams
New sidewalks to be built in Lonsdale
$2 million committed to Burlington streetscape project
New East Knoxville greenway to connect parks, botanical garden
City investing $1.6 million to build sidewalks along Old Broadway
City’s online chatbot available in Spanish
Service proposes listing for the rare sickle darter fish



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Mardi Growl Parade to temporarily close downtown roads

Governor proclaims March 1 as Arbor Day in Tennessee

City public service begins brush pickup March 4


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Commentaries

Don’t Fall for the Age Trap
By Michael Dover
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Navalny’s Value
By Winslow Myers
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Political Primaries and Caucuses
By Joe Bialek
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Is North Korea Preparing for War?
By Mel Gurtov
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Principles of Real Estate and Murder: a Frank Merchant Mystery

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Retiring from the Knox County Sheriff's office after decades of service, former Detective Frank Merchant was no stranger to crime scenes or blood. Still, after an existential crisis about "next steps" the widower decides that real estate might be a fun new "second career." He didn't expect more blood, but when his first client, a Scientist at the Oak Ridge National Lab, ends up dead, he struggles to sort out his old life from his new! Who is trying to keep him from getting to the truth? Shadowy enemies of the State, the demands of the new career and some gun-wielding ex-cons all seem to be determined to stop him one way or the other. Order your copy





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