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  goodwill fashion show knoxville 2019
Goodwill’s 35th Annual Fashion Show features explosion of fashion influencers
Goodwill Industries Annual Fashion Show is an event the community anticipates each year. It is Knoxville’s longest running fashion event. The event will come alive at the Hilton Downtown Knoxville on October 3rd.
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UT Gardens’ Fabulous Fall Plant Sale, Rosemary Jubilee set for Sept. 21
Fall is the perfect time to shop for certain ornamentals and herbs and the Fabulous Fall Plant Sale at the University of Tennessee Gardens is the perfect venue to shop.
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Local doctors warn about dangers of vaping during flu season
As we enter the official flu season, local doctors with American Family Care (AFC) are warning patients about the health dangers of vaping as well as other habits that could put you at a higher risk of picking up flu infested germs over the next few months.
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KnoxGives seeks 2,500 volunteers for community service projects
Volunteer East Tennessee – with support from the United Way of Greater Knoxville, Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero and Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs – is asking volunteers and nonprofit organizations serving Knox County to participate in KnoxGives, a day of service on Friday, Nov. 8, and The Big Give, a day of giving on Dec. 3.
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National Park Mountain Life Festival set for Sept. 21
Great Smoky Mountains National Park will host the annual Mountain Life Festival near the Oconaluftee Visitor Center at the Mountain Farm Museum on Saturday, September 21. Visitors will have the opportunity to experience traditional fall harvest activities on the farm including hearth cooking, apple butter making, blacksmithing, lye soap making, and food preservation.
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lawson family bibleFamily heirlooms come back to the Smokies
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donald bruce reagan genealogical research collectionEnjoy spectacular Smoky Mountain views on National Park webcams
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cades cove loop lopeCades Cove Loop Lope registration opens
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smokies service days
National Park hosts Smokies Service Days through October
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ut gardensUT Gardens’ September 2019 Plant of the Month veggies
Move over meat – vegetables are
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Mental Illness Awareness Week set at Market Square, October 4
The Behavioral Health Awareness Coalition (BHAC) and Helen Ross McNabb Center will present the annual Community Day. The event will be held at Market Square in Knoxville on Friday, Oct. 4.
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“Close Before You Doze” video contest could bring $25,000 reward
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Tennessee farmers markets filled with fresh produce
Summer is winding down and many types of produce are hitting their peak harvest in Tennessee. There has never been a better time to visit a farmers market.

Farmers markets still have an abundance of fresh tomatoes, squash, zucchini, peppers, and more at this time of the year. Many markets also offer hand-made artisan products, including soaps, essential oil blends, and beeswax items.
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UTIA names Tennessee Farmer of the Year

A 1976 graduate of the Department of Plant Sciences within the UT Institute of Agriculture, named Tennessee Farmer of the Year. He grew up one generation removed from farming. “My father did not farm, but my grandfather had a farm. His farm was small and he was only a part-time farmer, but I enjoyed working with my grandfather on his farm.
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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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Knoxville Navy Veteran writes about submarines, SEALs
Gene Masters served in the Navy back in the 1960s. He is now retired and makes his home in Knoxville. He has also written and published two novels drawn from his experience in the service.
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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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