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Soaky Mountain Waterpark to host food drive
SEVIERVILLE, TN - Soaky Mountain Waterpark officials announced today that they will be celebrating the end their 2020 season by hosting a food drive on Monday, September 27.
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East Tennessee corn mazes and pumpkin patches bring Fall fun
By Jeaneane Payne

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Think Fall is just for leaf watchers? Think again! East Tennessee farms serve up some great entertainment for people of all ages. Pumpkin patches, corn mazes, hayrides, petting zoos, and farm markets offer fun for everyone.
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10 mile yard sale
10 Mile Yard Sale at SCPLS King Family Library set for October 10th
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trump awards medal of honor
President awards medal of honor to Army ranger for hostage rescue
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Knoxville man loses 100 pounds while riding for kids' cancer research
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Tennessee Medicare Plans in 2020
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Take your support of veterans ‘on the road’ with new license plate
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ut gardens fall plant sale
UT Gardens, Knoxville, to hold online fall plant sale
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UT Gardens’ September 2020 Plant of the month
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Prepare your cellphone for anything during National Preparedness Month
With 2020 turning out differently than most have expected, one thing rings true – being prepared for any and all situations is increasingly important.
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2020 Good Neighbor of the Year is Anne Crais
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KNOXVILLE - The winner of the 2020 Diana Conn Good Neighbor of the Year Award is so committed to neighborhoods, she belongs to two neighborhood groups.
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New Knoxville mountain bike riding experience
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Knoxville Outdoor Tours wants current Knox County residents to experience the joys of mountain biking.
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Mountain bike, hiking trails coming to Foothills Parkway in Cocke County
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Fall is the New Summer in Wilmington and Island Beaches
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Tans may fade as summer comes to a close, but Wilmington and its island beaches – Carolina, Kure, and Wrightsville – are still open for the perfect escape
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tennessee farmer of the yearWeakley County farmer named Tennessee Farmer of the Year
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david merckerUT Extension forester named 2020 Forester of the Year
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King Family Library presents ‘To Make Our Voices Heard: Tennessee Women’s Fight for the Vote
SEVIERVILLE, TN – The SCPLS King Family Library presents To Make Our Voices Heard: Tennessee Women’s Fight for the Vote, a new traveling exhibition, on display currently until September 30, 2020.
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12 Step programs freed me from addiction
By Paul Emile

Like all human beings, I’ve experienced my share of pain, and suffered considerably. I was born into a violent, alcoholic home. When the clock struck six, and my father wasn’t home yet, I knew there was going to be hell to pay that night.
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broomstraw ridge19th century Appalachia comes alive in Betsy Reeder’s Broomstraw Ridge
Canterbury House Publishing announces the release of Broomstraw Ridge: A Novel by Betsy Reeder. This stand-alone story also serves as a sequel to the Civil War novel, Madam’s Creek. Both tales are set in the New River region and follow the lives of intertwined families.
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home aliveBook by Tennessee author raises sex trafficking awareness
Author Nicole Lynn Synder, breaks into the book market with The Yellow Door, which follows the story of a teenage girl, Hope, who is kidnapped and thrust into a sex trafficking ring.
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home aliveER Doctor’s ‘Home Alive: 11 MUST Steps for Surviving Encounters with the Police’ book second edition released
Washington, D.C. – Imagine this: your 16-year-old son asks to borrow the family car for an evening out with his friends. You hand him the keys, reminding him not to speed and about his curfew before midnight. 12:15 comes and goes … 12:30 passes also … 1:00 a.m. arrives and still no word from him.
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