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HonorAir Knoxville takes 14th trip to D.C.
When the HonorAir Knoxville flight landed in Knoxville the evening of April 24, the organization successfully completed 14 flights taking more than 1,500 East Tennessee World War II and Korean War veterans to Washington D.C. to see the memorials built to honor their sacrifices.Continued ...
- Guns seized from suspect in domestic violence case
- Woman seriously hurt in ATV crash
- Tip leads to stolen property
- Leadership class visits General Assembly
- HonorAir Knoxville takes 14th trip to D.C.
Sloane VanWinkle inks with Martin Methodist
Former Lady Jet basketball player Sloane VanWinkle signed with Martin Methodist of Pulaski, TN, last Wednesday afternoon in the CCHS library.
- Lady Jet softball team honored Thursday night
- OH GOOD GRIEF: There is big news off the field
- CCHS track team receives accolades Tuesday
- Lady Panther hoop camp announced
- Sloane VanWinkle inks with Martin Methodist
Rhododendron blooms in May
PLATEAU GARDENING: Watch for rhododendron borers and carpenter bees
Inspect rhododendron shrubs showing wilted or dead branches. In early February I noticed one of the main stems on a rhododendron by my driveway had broken off. Thinking a photo might make a good illustration for an article on pruning to remove damaged limbs, I took a picture with my digital camera. However, when enhancing the image, two oval holes with the longer part aligned lengthwise on the stem caught my eye. One was right at the break, the other further down. Those holes looked like borer damage.
- Veterans a big part of Fair Park
- PLEASANT HILL RAMBLINGS: Neilson in concert May 31
- Events planned at Cumberland Mtn. State Park
- Lots of choices promised for Roan Mtn. hike
- PLATEAU GARDENING: Watch for rhododendron borers and carpenter bees
TIDBITS: All this technology is killing me
When technology works as it should, our lives go so much easier than we would have dreamed was possible just a few short years ago.
- STUMPTALK: This is what we just elected
- An American tragedy?
- A creative retelling of history
- Stumptalk: A super majority legislature
- TIDBITS: All this technology is killing me
- Things To Do
CCP presents the 20th anniversary production of Smoke on the Mountain
Heaven is eternal, but 20 years of Smoke on the Mountain are heavenly for the Cumberland County Playhouse, “Tennessee’s Family Theater” and home to the state’s largest theater audience of over 135,000 annual visits.
- Tickets on sale for June 1 Fairfield Big Band Dance
- Stone concert features new music videos May 29
- 'Georgia Songbird' coming to Palace June 7 for First Friday performance
- Review: '9-5' a delightful addition to CCP season
- CCP presents the 20th anniversary production of Smoke on the Mountain