Top Stories for Wednesday, May 22
The Maryville soccer team showed no first timer nerves Tuesday afternoon taking a 2-0 win over LaVergne in the state quarterfinals of the BlueCross Spring Fling at Richard Siegel Soccer Complex. Read more...
Authorities search for man who robbed a Louisville convenience store early Monday morning before fleeing on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. Read more...
Foothills Elementary School is working to provide a “home away from home” for families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at nearby hospitals. Read more...
A storm system moving through East Tennessee early Tuesday evening left downed trees, many across several power lines, and at least across one house in Blount County. Read more...
Six charged in Seymour meth lab busts
A total of six people were taken into custody Monday, including five men and one woman, following the investigation into two meth labs in Seymour, according to the Blount County Sheriff’s Office. Subscribe to our e-edition to read more. Only $1/mo. for print subscribers!
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- Maryville woman dies in accident
- CBBC shifts its top management posts
- ‘Offended customer’ tries Foothills Mall theater scam
- Alcoa man target of Jamaican lottery phone scam
Lady Rebels fall short after 10 scoreless innings
There was no give, no take and no quit but after 10 innings it was Smyrna that took the first step on the bracket’s high road and Maryville staring at elimination the rest of the postseason with a 2-0 victory. Subscribe to our e-edition to read more. Only $1/mo. for print subscribers!
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- Virginia defeats UCLA to win NCAA tennis
- Challenger League a highlight for players
- Vol golf advances to NCAA Championship
- Greenback Middle finishes third at state
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Easy ways to jazz up the classic campfire s’more
Three simple ingredients — a marshmallow, a piece of chocolate and two graham crackers. The symbol of summer and campfire snacking. And there are so many possibilities for jazzing it up! Once you have a toasted marshmallow, you can sandwich it between all kinds of cookies, crackers and the like. Or you could swap out the basic chocolate for something a little more over-the-top, perhaps something with bacon or candied ginger embedded in it. And don’t overlook gourmet marshmallows, which come in some wonderful flavors. Subscribe to our e-edition to read more. Only $1/mo. for print subscribers!
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- Bosomworth named to dean’s list
- Several make dean’s list at Carson-Newman
- Coulter graduates TTU
- Everett Alumni Luncheon will be June 25
SMOKY MOUNTAIN HIGHLAND GAMES: A Blount County tradition enters its third year
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- BRUTALLY BEAUTIFUL: Smoky Mountain Highland Games athletes give the event and the crowd everything they have
- Enter the Haggis brings a ‘Modest Revolution’ to this weekend’s Highland Games
- Paul Thorn takes a lesson from Dean Martin to spin his story-songs
- The Boxer Rebellion makes new ‘Promises’ with Maryville native on vocals
AAA: 31.2M drivers to take Memorial Day road trip
It’s going to be another busy Memorial Day weekend on the nation’s highways. Subscribe to our e-edition to read more. Only $1/mo. for print subscribers!
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- Median CEO pay rises to $9.7 million in 2012
- W.Va.’s local-food movement a model for Appalachia
- Apple’s Tim Cook faces Senate questions on taxes
- Should we let wunderkinds drop out of high school?
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Hiking With Hardtack: ‘The Hitch-in-the-Get-Along Gang’ hits The Appalachian Trail at Springer Mountain
When two Army veterans hit The Appalachian Trail at Springer Mountain, Ga., with Daily Times staffers who are following a thru-hiking United Methodist chaplain, they encounter rain, ice, wind and a crowd of other hikers attempting to reach Mount Katahdin before snow arrives -- plus a whole lot more. Read more...
Josh "Hardtack" Lindamood, a chaplain commissioned by the Holston Conference of the United Methodist Church to serve hikers along The Appalachian Trail, begins his thru-hike of the approximate 2,183-mile footpath from Springer Mountain, Georgia, to Katahdin, Maine, on April 4, and provides a look at the first few days on The A.T. Read more...