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Learning lessons at fall fest

Officer Eric Denton (below) of the Sevierville Police Department rides in a golf cart driven by a Walters State Community College on Thursday. Students were given Fatal Vision alcohol simulation goggles - available at three levels of impairment - and tasked with driving a cone-lined course and compl

MOUNTAIN PRESS - 2017-09-22 05:45:00

Dunn: Driver in fatal wreck ID'd

SEYMOUR -- The Tennessee Highway Patrol on Thursday identified the driver of a car they believe fatally struck a 1-year-old child outside a Chapman Highway business Wednesday morning, but had not yet filed charges in the case, according to District Attorney General Jimmy Dunn. "The Tennessee Highway

MOUNTAIN PRESS - 2017-09-22 05:45:00

Asbury Place offering free retirement strategies session Oct. 4

Asbury Place Continuing Care Retirement Community is hosting Brad Breeding, a nationally recognized senior living expert and author, from 2-4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, at the Asbury clubhouse, 2648 Sevierville Road, Maryville. The release said Breeding, president and co-founder of the senior living re

DAILY TIMES - 2017-09-22 04:00:00

Remaining family members in international steroid plot sentenced

All five members of a Newport family caught up in a steroid manufacture and distribution conspiracy now have been sentenced in U.S. District Court in Greeneville. The steroids were manufactured in home labs utilizing raw materials obtained from China and then marketed on the Internet. There were 26

CITIZEN TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 15:35:00

More sentences handed down in Pasternak case

GREENEVILLE-In an update to a story reported on NewportPlainTalk.com on Wednesday, more sentences have been handed down in the illegal steroid conspiracy involving a Newport family. Edward (Eddie) S. Pasternak, a former Newport pastor, was sentenced to serve 36 months in federal prison by United Sta

NEWPORT PLAIN TALK - 2017-09-22 13:47:00

Knox County restaurant health scores include 21 perfect scores and one low score of 66

The following restaurants were recently evaluated by the Knox County Health Department. Restaurant scores may change with follow-up visits. For more information on health scores, visit http://apps.health.tn.gov/EHInspections. The Empty Cup, 9111 Executive Park Drive: 100 Burger King, 7806 N. Broadwa

KNOXVILLE NEWS SENTINEL - 2017-09-22 16:13:29

Sevierville pumpkin patch debuts 'Smokies Strong' corn maze

SEVIERVILLE - If you're flying over Sevierville, you'll be reminded that East Tennessee is 'Smokies Strong'. Harvest Moon Pumpkin Patch designed their 2017 corn maze to say Smokies Strong with the mountains and a heart over East Tennessee. They made the announcement on Facebook and said it opens on

WBIR - 2017-09-21 22:34:21

Lot 4 Amaryllis Rd, Newport, TN 37821

East Tennessee Mountain views from level to gently rolling lot in lightly restricted neighborhood in Newport TN near the Pigeon River. Site built homes with 1200 minimum square footage of heated living space. Soil mapped for three bedroom septic system, public water available.

CITIZEN TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 04:10:06

Morristown Boys and Girls Club board member inducted into Tennessee Hall of Fame

On Thursday night in Murfreesboro, Morristown's Carl Storms joined five others from around the state of Tennessee as they were inducted into the Boys and Girls Club of Tennessee Hall of Fame. "The honor is well deserved," said John Seals, executive director of the Morristown club for which Storms ha

CITIZEN TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 15:40:00

Historic photos, documents sought

With October being designated "Family History Month," the Jefferson County Archives plans to initiate an extraordinary preservation project chronicling historical places, events and people in the community. In order to accomplish these lofty goals, archivists need your help. The plan is to focus on

STANDARD BANNER - 2017-09-21 16:00:00

Potts opts for run at county mayor instead of city

Jefferson City Mayor Mark Potts will not seek a third term in next year's election, he announced during a gathering yesterday afternoon at the new city library. The reason is he will be running for County Mayor in the May 1 Republican Primary next year. "Jefferson County is the place of my birth and

STANDARD BANNER - 2017-09-21 14:30:00

Carson-Newman to spotlight work of Hawkins Co. photographer Michaela Marshall

JEFFERSON CITY - The work of Hawkins County photographer Michaela Marshall will be featured in October in a Solo Senior Exhibit at Carson-Newman University. The exhibit, at The Student Gallery, will begin with a reception (open to the public) on Sunday, October 15, from 2-4 p.m. The gallery, which i

ROGERSVILLE REVIEW - 2017-09-20 10:00:00

Report: Man arrested in connection with 2013 teen prostitution case

A man has been arrested in connection with a 2013 case in which a teenager said she was forced into prostitution by a man and woman seeking drugs and money, according to a report. Juventino Gonzalez Altamirano, 24, of 207 New Market St., Greenwood was arrested Monday and charged with participating i

INDEX-JOURNAL - 2017-09-19 20:20:00

And they call the thing 'roadeo'

As he drives in reverse, a transportation professional looks behind his equipment during Wednesday morning's "roadeo" competition at the Sevierville Convention Center. Hosted this year by the Tennessee Department of Transportation, the Southeastern Regional Equipment Operators' Safety Conference bri

MOUNTAIN PRESS - 2017-09-21 05:45:00

Hit-and-run kills child, 1

The Tennessee Highway Patrol and Sevier County Sheriff's Office were investigating a hit-and-run accident Wednesday in front of Cota's Comfort Heating and Cooling on Chapman Highway that took the life of a 13-month-old. They believe the child was struck by a red Pontiac Vibe traveling north on the h

MOUNTAIN PRESS - 2017-09-21 05:45:00

Board OKs $300K for security upgrades

SEVIERVILLE -- Sheriff Ron Seals is set to add new deputies and security measures after the Sevier County Courthouse after County Commission approved about $300,000 in spending at its September meeting. The funds will cover the cost of new stand-up metal detectors as well as hand-held units, a van f

MOUNTAIN PRESS - 2017-09-21 05:45:00

Foundation raises $103,000 for scholarships

SEVIERVILLE -- The two options that Shelby Lindsey didn't have to choose are ones that many college students face: take off a year - and hope that it's just one year - or go into debt. Instead, Lindsey received a scholarship in August and is now pursuing her bachelor's degree at the Sevierville camp

MOUNTAIN PRESS - 2017-09-21 05:45:00

'Burg to talk debris removal extension

GATLINBURG -- Though the topic was not an official agenda item at Tuesday night's city commission meeting, the current Sept. 30 deadline for fire debris removal was discussed during the city manager's report to commissioners. After providing an update to commissioners and audience members regarding

MOUNTAIN PRESS - 2017-09-21 05:45:00

Local education officials share what really works in their schools

KINGSPORT - In a room full of Northeast Tennessee school board members, ask what programs are performing well for them in grades K-12 and you'll get an earful and lots of variety. From Mountain City to Morristown (Johnson County to Hamblen County), officials of the Tennessee School Boards Associatio

KINGSPORT TIMES-NEWS - 2017-09-21 15:55:00

The Latest: 1 of 6 arrested over London subway bomb released

LONDON (AP) - The Latest on the London subway attack investigation (all times local): 5:45 p.m. British police say a 21-year-old man arrested over last week's London subway bombing has been released without being charged. The man, originally from Syria, was detained outside a fast-food restaurant in

DAILY TIMES - 2017-09-21 16:45:58