In old gangster movies, sleeping with the fishes is never a good thing.
After months of construction and preparation, Dolly Parton's DreamMore Resort in Pigeon Forge is open.
In response to the Associated Press story on page 3 of your Wednesday edition.
Just over a month ago in this space we discussed the struggles for both our community and the state of Tennessee to combat the scourge of domestic violence.
I agree with the letter written in the July 23rd paper, Obama is no different now than when he was elected.
I never had a papaw when I was growing up.
Having a new baby at home has been an adjustment for me, my wife and our 6-year-old son.
With the Friday announcement that Gary Wade is stepping down from the Tennessee Supreme Court effective Sept. 8, a longtime ambassador of the city of Sevierville will return home.
Congratulations to the Pittman Center Community Volunteer Fire Department for its recent efforts at the inaugural Firehouse Expo Fire-Rescue Competition earlier this month in Baltimore.
Anyone who has voted for or thinks that Obama is a commander in chief is not sucking in good American air, in my opinion.
The Chattanooga tragedy last week is a heartbreaking reminder of the dangers faced both abroad and at home for our military men and women.
Sevier County Days at many local attractions have become a tradition. Local residents can have fun at reduced prices while learning more about the attractions and maybe recommending them to visitors.
I broke the news to her and she nearly began to cry.
I am not newly converted to the reality of the Confederate Flag brought about by the unspeakable tragedy which occurred at the Emanuel AME Church last month. For me, it has always represented racism, separation and segregation.
The Thursday shooting in Chattanooga has left Tennessee and the nation reeling.
A visitor to the area, Angela Hansen of Unadilla, Ga., wrote a letter to the editor (Wednesday, July 15) thanking local emergency service workers Jeff Ayers and Todd Spence, police officer James Fox and dispatcher Patricia Fog for their efforts in helping her mother during a medical situation earlier this year.
It's been said that if there's a opportunity to make money from specific venture, Sevier County will find a way.
Dear Mr. Priebus (Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee) and Republican leadership:
There are three of us now selling our homes here on Dixon Branch Road due to the speeding and the uncontrol of speeders by authorities.
I felt compelled to write and praise some people who are often unsung heroes.
Many of you know that for a season in my life I wanted nothing more than to be a radio personality.
Six local athletes earned all-state honors in recent weeks.
I live in a well-maintained mobile home park. I have no problem with my neighbors except when it is time to celebrate with fireworks.
Am I the only Sevierville resident who has noticed a major increase over the past year or so in the number of drivers running red lights?