GATLINBURG -- The Sevier County Community Theatre will be trying to knock its audiences dead with laughter again this summer with its third undertaking. "Clue," the ultimate whodunit board game for ages 8 and up and 1985 cult classic movie based on it, will take the stage for two weekends be…

Aden Carver was a legendary mountaineer of Oconaluftee, North Carolina. However, few people remember that the centenarian spent 26 years of his remarkable life in Sevier, Cocke, and Blount counties in Tennessee.

GATLINBURG — It has not been easy for anyone since the November 2016 wildfires. Maybe least of all for Bret Greer.

In 1940 when Arlie Ogle and his wife Ailene purchased property near Pigeon Forge at Caney Creek Road -- known today as the Spur -- Arlie gave the seller, Sam Lamon, a cow as down payment. Lamon was later overheard saying he'd get that property back some day because he didn't figure the Ogles…

PIGEON FORGE -- The magic of theater can resonate with an audience in a way that can move their emotions across a gamut. A good story, well-written and produced, and a stage with a set and lights and sound can make lasting memories.

SEYMOUR -- Overweight and out of breath, Olivia Parker wasn't where she was meaning to be. After joining Get Fit Seymour, a 60-day weight loss program, her initial plan of taking a bootcamp class fell through when it filled up before she could sign up.

GATLINBURG -- The academic bar at Gatlinburg Pittman High School has been set high class after class by graduating Highlanders.

SEVIERVILLE -- Fitness has always been a part of Ray Fougnier's life. The 74-year-old never knew just how far it would take him and that an off-the-cuff suggestion would lead to three world records.

SEVIERVILLE -- Just a few years ago, Aaron Myers was dishing out losses to opponents as one of Sevier County's top high school tennis players. Tonight, the Gatlinburg-Pittman graduate will be serving up fashion as one of the contestants on Lifetime's "Project Runway" (airing at 8 p.m.).

SEVIERVILLE -- For more than a quarter century, Stanley Jackson has had an annual routine that involves weighing fish, loading backpacks, securing sponsors, serving hot dogs - and, at least this year, picking up 40 new bicycles to give away to kids.

GATLINBURG - Casey Oakley looks enough like Willie Nelson to be regularly asked for an autograph. He once lived on an island - just outside Gatlinburg. As a youngster, he stood with others who had gathered to hear President Franklin D. Roosevelt formally dedicate the new Great Smoky Mountain…

NATIONAL PARK -- On July 28, photographer Vincent Zeng leads a workshop that will teach attendees about vintage cameras, complete with guidance in creating their own prints using items as diverse as moss, fur, keys or coins.

SEVIERVILLE -- Art will again be featured in downtown Sevierville when artist Susan Edwards exhibits her paintings and sculptures at Courthouse Donuts/Dyers through August.

PIGEON FORGE -- Ask Tyler Carach why he's so adamant about getting a doughnut to each police officer in the United States, and he'll give you a simple set of answers: Doughnuts are their "favorite snack," "they keep us safe" and "they're my best friends."

GATLINBURG - Who doesn't love Dolly and a good laugh? That's the question behind the upcoming productions being staged by Sevier County Community Theatre.

SEVIERVILLE -- Those who attended the first summer camp held in 1964 were divided into groups of boys and girls - not just divided into separate housing quarters, but into separate weeks of attendance. The next year, two four-week camps for boys and two for girls were held. Today, youngsters…

GATLINBURG -- It's not every volunteer who could redesign a building - and design the redesign work so that the normal business conducted in the building continued without interruption. The nonprofit fortunate to have such a volunteer was Sevier County Food Ministries, and James Hugh Ogle wa…

GATLINBURG -- "Typically, each day runs 12-14 hours of 'on' time, say 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.: taking notes, interviewing people, experiencing activities like an electric bike or riding a horse or surfing. The weather can be rainy, cold, hot, or otherwise nasty, but the schedule goes on."

A United States Post Office has serviced Sevierville since 1802. Within a few years after Sevierville was founded, Postmaster General Gideon Granger accepted a request submitted by U.S. Representative William Dickson to establish a post office in Sevierville on July 1, 1802. The post office …

GATLINBURG -- It was a photo of a train named Chucky Jack that gave a few readers pause to remember a time when the train -- that wasn't really a train -- ran in Gatlinburg.

SEVIERVILLE -- Many people believe senior citizens and technology don't mix. There's even a niche market of anti-technology for older Americans, including big, blocky cell phones and television remotes with nothing but power, volume and number buttons.