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Mountain Life Festival Showcases Appalachian Folkways

Mountain Life Festival Showcases Appalachian Folkways

The annual Mountain Life Festival at the Mountain Farm Museum in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is scheduled for Saturday, September 16, 2017. This event continues to preserve the legacy of Appalachian folkways and is a tribute to the many ...

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Applewood Farmhouse Grill’s Casey DeCoursey Named General Manager of the Year

Applewood Farmhouse Grill's Casey DeCoursey Named General Manager of the Year

Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant and Grill announced that Casey DeCoursey, general manager of the Applewood Farmhouse Grill, was named Sevierville, Tennessee 2017 General Manager of the Year at the Stars of the Industry Awards, hosted by the Sevier County Hospitality Association. ...

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Lions Club, Remote Area Medical Collecting Supplies for Hurricane Harvey Recovery

Lions Club, Remote Area Medical Collecting Supplies for Hurricane Harvey Recovery

The Sevier County Lions Club is hosting several drop-off locations in Sevier County for Hurricane Harvey Recovery donations that will be delivered to Texas by Remote Area Medical. After our community suffered our own “mother nature tragedy” late last year, ...

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National Park Service Releases Review of Chimney Tops 2 Fire

National Park Service Releases Review of Chimney Tops 2 Fire

On Thursday, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke issued an independent review of the Chimney Tops 2 Fire that burned 11,410 acres in Great Smoky Mountains National Park in November 2016 and merged with other area fires, which caused ...

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Fire Crews End Operations as Rain Quenches English Mountain Fire

Fire Crews End Operations as Rain Quenches English Mountain Fire

Rain showers on Wednesday brought an end to firefighting operations for the English Mountain fire. The English Mountain fire was first reported to Sevier County dispatch on Friday night. Firefighters from the Tennessee Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry have ...

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Free Citizens Police Academy Gives Glimpse of Local Police Work

Free Citizens Police Academy Gives Glimpse of Local Police Work

If you ever wondered what work is like for a police officer in your local community, you can experience it by participating in a free Citizens Police Academy offered by the Sevierville Police Department. The Sevierville Police Department is proud ...

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Last Chance to Register for Young Driver’s Collision Avoidance Training

Last Chance to Register for Young Driver's Collision Avoidance Training

In an effort to improve the driving abilities and overall safety of younger drivers, the Sevierville Police Department has scheduled a 12-hour Collision Avoidance Training (CAT) seminar. The training is for drivers aged 16-20 years old who have a valid ...

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