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History award nominations sought
The East Tennessee Historical Society (ETHS) invites nominations from across East Tennessee for Awards of Excellence in the field of history.
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Tusculum’s School Of Nursing students receive white coats
GREENEVILLE, TN – Students in Tusculum University’s School of Nursing have achieved a major milestone in their careers with the receipt of one of the most visible symbols of their profession.
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UT Gardens announces Art in the Gardens project
For the third year in a row, the University of Tennessee Gardens, Knoxville, is proud to announce a new Art in the Gardens project for 2020.
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south college awardSouth College earns Minuteman Award from Tennessee National Guard
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ut gardens euphorbia plantUT Gardens’ February 2020 Plant of the Month
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tn agriculture
AEF program continues supporting Tennessee agriculture
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black history month artFifth annual Black History Month Art Contest kicks off
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Crafters, volunteers needed for Big South Fork Spring Planting, Music Festival
ONEIDA, TN - Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area will be hosting the 20th annual Spring Planting and Music Festival on Saturday, April 25, 2020.
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Senior Living community names memory care program director
KNOXVILLE - The Pointe at Lifespring, an Integral Senior Living community specializing in assisted living and memory care, has named Nikki Lowe director of its Generations Memory Care program.
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Four Covenant Health hospitals receive Tennessee’s ‘BEST for Babies’ award
KNOXVILLE - Four Covenant Health hospitals have earned 2019 “BEST for Babies” award, announced recently by Tennessee Hospital Association and the Tennessee Department of Health.
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Girl Scouts of the Southern Appalachians host annual cookie creations fundraising event
KNOXVILLE – The Girl Scouts of the Southern Appalachians (GSCSA) will host their Central-area Cookie Creations on February 27, 2020.
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Oscar Blevins Trail runs at Big South Fork Annual Spring Planting, Music Festival
ONEIDA, TN - Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area is partnering with the Knoxville Track Club to hold three trail runs on the scenic Oscar Blevins Nature Trail during the 20th Annual Spring Planting & Music Festival.
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Answering the call to advance religious freedom
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, partners from all over the world are answering the call to protect and promote religious freedom.
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Three Rivers Cornmeal is back thanks to passionate fans
JACKSON, TN – After a decade of being dormant, a beloved Southern ingredient makes a comeback, much to the delight of loyal customers.
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Ijams Nature Center seeks volunteers for Weed Wrangle Knoxville 2020
KNOXVILLE - One of the biggest “pull” parties of the year needs YOU to help restore East Tennessee’s native landscapes.
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Discover Life in America, A Walk in the Woods host first annual glamping event
GATLINBURG, TN – Discover Life in America (DLiA) has partnered with the award-winning hiking company, A Walk in the Woods, to present the first annual Great Smokies Eco-Adventure.
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Ijams River Rescue needs volunteer site captains for annual cleanup March 28
KNOXVILLE - Ijams Nature Center is looking for volunteer site captains for its 31st annual Ijams River Rescue, scheduled for Saturday, March 28.
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Professor shares Biblical, modern examples of holding people in power accountable
On the screen was a photo many people who were consumers of news in the late 1980s remember vividly. The picture showed a man in Tiananmen Square in China June 5, 1989, standing in the path of military tanks leaving that area of Beijing. The day before, the country’s army had killed many Chinese residents after they spoke out about abuses by the Chinese government and expressed a desire for a more democratic form of government.
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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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