Top Stories for Sunday, December 8
Young Mountain Farm’s 14 Christmas campers and eight counselors took to the roads and trails Saturday afternoon to sing a collection of carols for five nearby households. Read more...
There was no controversy. There was no overtime. And, really, there was no need for a second half. Read more...
The Laws Building is officially no more as demolition work began Saturday on the 93-year-old structure. Read more...
Apart from a recent dip in temperatures and incoming rain, Blount County has so far escaped harsh winter storms that have gripped much of the country. But more rain is expected to move into the area today and, according to the National Weather Service (NWS), there’s a chance that rain could turn to snow early in the week. Read more...
Blount Memorial Hospital’s Holiday Tree of Lights is symbol of season
Each light on the giant evergreen outside Blount Memorial Hospital shines as a symbol of the true meaning of the Christmas holiday. Subscribe to our e-edition to read more. Only $1/mo. for print subscribers!
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- Blount County Schools to reconsider capital priorities
- Maryville College welcomes two students from Pakistan
- City of Maryville’s tax election on Tuesday
- Townsend Christmas parade rescheduled
Maryville overpowers Hendersonville for 14th state title
No overtime. No drama. Just a systematic overhaul of the opposition akin to the beatings Maryville issued to challengers all season. Subscribe to our e-edition to read more. Only $1/mo. for print subscribers!
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- Rebels forget about 2012 with 14th state title
- How the Rebels scored against Hendersonville
- Maryville College men’s basketball team break streak, down Berry College
- Vols have work to do with young defensive front
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New perspective: Josh Purvis completes Appalachian Trail, learns life lessons along the way
Josh Purvis talks about his adventures on the Appalachian Trail. Subscribe to our e-edition to read more. Only $1/mo. for print subscribers!
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- Santa ‘Cause:’ Pittman dons suit for granddaughter’s medical fund
- Kate Clabough releases first work of fiction ‘Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Murder’
- Club News: Captain W.Y.C. Hannum 1881 Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy
- Club News: Smoky Mountains Garden Club
TRADITION AND INNOVATION: ‘The Nutcracker’ changes, but the story’s holiday heart remains the same
Preview of this year’s production of “The Nutcracker” by Appalachian Ballet Company Subscribe to our e-edition to read more. Only $1/mo. for print subscribers!
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- Country star Martina McBride serves up some holiday cheer at Christmas concert
- Trombone Shorty still plays from the heart of the Big Easy
- Olympic skater Scott Hamilton teams with Amy Grant and friends to fight cancer
- No ‘Deception’ here: Rockers in Divided We Stand are the real deal
Senate proposal: Open Mexico’s oil to private firms
A Mexican senate committee on Saturday proposed the most dramatic oil reform in decades that would open the country’s beleaguered, state-run sector to private companies and investment. Subscribe to our e-edition to read more. Only $1/mo. for print subscribers!
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- Happy 25th!: Los Amigos celebrates a quarter century of excellence
- Looking for a new smartphone for the holidays? Reviews say Moto G isn’t the best, but decent for $179
- Tech gurus help boost speedy Internet in schools
- Jack Daniel’s sales drive Brown-Forman earnings
Nelson Mandela, who became one of the world's most beloved statesmen and a colossus of the 20th century when he emerged from 27 years in prison to negotiate an end to white minority rule in South Africa, has died. He was 95. Read more...