As a child Christmas was a magical time.
I am writing in response to the two deaths on Chapman Highwy last week due to the person running the red traffic light.
Pancakes and much more were on the breakfast menu for many Sevier County folks on Tuesday morning.
Sevierville Police made quick work of four suspects Monday afternoon following a robbery at a city business.
I’m responding to Dan Smith’s Oct. 23 column that started with the U.S. House’s federal government shutdown. “This kind of stance always hurts the country,” wrote Smith. Agreed. This shutdown helped China propagandists, not to mention the Russians, with this concocted mess hurting democracy’s appeal to especially China’s young.
For the single working mother of Grace’s Place it was a blessing above all they could have thought of.
With the growing distrust in the national government, a story reported from Canada this week has gotten legs in the U.S. media. Though the event actually occurred last year, it’s really taken off of late.
One of the great places I enjoy visiting from time to time is Charleston, S.C.
I was the first main speaker at the Town Hall held at the Civic Center last Thursday and my presentation was misrepresented by Jake Old in his article, “Speaker warns against ‘political Islam.’” What follows are important corrections to his assertions.
While Tennessee made great leaps in academic progress this year according to the recent NAEP Nations Report Card, the state is still behind the rest of the country in another worrying category — suicide.
What is it about social media, message boards and the comments section below online news stories that brings out the worst in people?
I was raised to always try and be respectful to others, and I think — for the most part — I’ve always been able to follow that rule.
A recent Tennessee appeals court decision ruled unanimously that “high governement officials” can keep documents secret if they feel those documents are part of their “decision-making process.”
Each November Golden Corrals across the country participate in a celebration of our veterans.
To promote National Child Health Month in October, two Sevier County primary schools participated in a Child Health Fair.
With the launch of the Smoky Mountain Winterfest this week throughout the county, Sevierville, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge pulled out all the stops for their kickoffs to the annual celebration of the holiday season in Sevier County.
Sevier County schools, their teachers and students deserve hearty applause for their scores on the state's annual report card, which was released Wednesday afternoon by the state.
The four year long attack on the Affordable Care Act remains a priority for the majority of a political party stumbling in all directions seeking credibility. This party continues to be relentless in denying health care coverage for the poorest for no other reason but that they can.
There are times even Democrats and Republicans can agree.
At what point, as a society, did we decide that if we don't like an opinion someone expressed — or even a joke someone made — then that individual should be scorned, fired or otherwise reprimanded?
Dear Doctor Littleton: Do you believe supplements really help any?
On behalf of the Appalachian Relief Ministry, once again I am asking for your help in providing toys for the children in Scott County this Christmas.
Sevier County’s Humane Society has been in need of a new facility for years, and now it appears they may just get one.
Nearly every little boy dreams of one day being a soldier. I can vividly remember running through a neighboring farm’s 100-acre woods with my friends — toy guns of all shapes and sizes slung over our shoulders, wearing camouflage clothing and face paint, pretending we were at war with invading communist forces from the dreaded U.S.S.R.
It’s been nearly 100 years since President Woodrow Wilson first proclaimed Armistice Day on Nov. 11, 1919.