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2nd Annual Piedmont Christmas Parade, December 18, 2021

2nd Annual Piedmont Christmas Parade, December 18, 2021

2nd Annual Piedmont Christmas Parade December 18, 2021 Line up at Piedmont School at 10AM Parade starts at 11AM Parade route is to substation on Lafayette road and return to school. Everyone welcome to participate Contact Dean Morgan 865-851-6520 Or Brandi Hoffner 865-228-4172

Get Your Photo Made With Santa at Dandridge Memorial Library, December 15, 2021

Get Your Photo Made With Santa at Dandridge Memorial Library, December 15, 2021

UT Launches Farm-to-Table Beef Program

UT Launches Farm-to-Table Beef Program

High-quality, locally sourced ‘UT Beef’ is now being served on the University of Tennessee Knoxville campus. Produced at UT’s Northeast Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center in Greeneville, and being prepared and served through an agreement with UT Dining Services managed by Aramark, the farm-to-table effort supports sustainable agricultural production by utilizing locally grown beef as […]

Twelfth Annual Victims’ Tree of Remembrance Friday, December 03, 2021

District Attorney General James B. Dunn invites you to participate in the Victims’ Tree of Remembrance, honoring the memory of victims of violent crime in the Fourth Judicial District. We are pleased to announce that we will resume our in person ceremony this year.  We ask that you practice safe social distancing. Masks are not […]

Fourth Judicial District Tennessee Public Defender’s Office Welcomes Social Worker, Alicia Penton, To Staff

Fourth Judicial District Tennessee Public Defender’s Office Welcomes Social Worker, Alicia Penton, To Staff

The Fourth Judicial District Tennessee Public Defender’s Office welcomes social worker, Alicia Penton, to its staff. Public Defender Rebecca V. Lee states, “This is an exciting opportunity for us. Social work has been a missing component to the services we could provide to our clients. We will now be able to link our clients up […]

The 80th Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor

The 80th Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor, and Now for the Rest of the Story! Parrott-Wood Memorial Library (3133 W. Old A.J. Hwy., Strawberry Plains, TN) on Monday, December 6, 2021 at 4:00-5:30 pm invites the community to commemorate “The 80th Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor, and NOW for the Rest […]

Knoxville Symphony Orchestra To Perform Dandridge First Baptist Church Dandridge, December 3, 2021

Knoxville Symphony Orchestra To Perform Dandridge First Baptist Church Dandridge, December 3, 2021

The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra kicks off the holiday season this December in Harrogate, Dandridge and Athens with three festive holiday community concerts in East Tennessee. KSO Resident Conductor James Fellenbaum will lead the Knoxville Symphony Chamber Orchestra at the Harrogate and Dandridge concerts, featuring a variety of classical Christmas selections, including Mozart’s “Sleigh Ride,” selections […]

GSMCR Donates to Smoky Mountain Service Dogs

GSMCR Donates to Smoky Mountain Service Dogs

Smoky Mountain Service Dogs (SMSD) in Lenoir City received a donation of $250.00 from the Greater Smoky Mountain Council of Regents (GSMCR), National Society, of Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) on November 18.  SMSD Board Member Chuck Stewart and team member black Labrador Sadie accepted the check. Members present from the Spencer Clack Chapter, NSDAR, […]

A.M. Fire At Carson-Newman University’s Pedersen Nursing Building

A.M. Fire At Carson-Newman University’s Pedersen Nursing Building

Carson-Newman University, Jefferson City, TN – A call was reported at 7:43 a.m. concerning a fire at Carson-Newman University’s Pedersen Nursing Building. There are no injuries. The fire is contained and the damaged is being assessed. We are grateful for the response and support by our local fire and police departments. University officials are working […]

VITAL POLICY – Tennessee and Jefferson County’s Constitutional Dilemma with Food Truck Regulations

VITAL POLICY – Tennessee and Jefferson County’s Constitutional Dilemma with Food Truck Regulations

Local Regulations Two of Jefferson County’s five municipalities regulate the operation of food trucks, White Pine and Dandridge; Jefferson City, New Market, and Baneberry do not. The regulations and fees that Dandridge impose on food trucks are centered around health and safety; but the White Pine regulations exceed health and safety by regulating the number […]

VITAL POLICY – Governor Lee Signs Partisan School Board Elections into Law, Jefferson County Republican Party Calls Primary

VITAL POLICY – Governor Lee Signs Partisan School Board Elections into Law, Jefferson County Republican Party Calls Primary

Governor Bill Lee signed multiple bills into law late Friday that were enacted in the Third Extraordinary Session of the Tennessee General Assembly, among those House Bill 9072 authorizing partisan school board elections, supported by Representatives Jeremy Faison, Andrew Farmer, and co-sponsored by Senator Frank Niceley (SB9009). Jefferson County Republican Executive Committee, expecting Lee’s signature […]

PUBLIC NOTICE – Jefferson County Board Of School Commissioners Meeting, December 9, 2021

PUBLIC NOTICE – Jefferson County Board Of School Commissioners Meeting, December 9, 2021

Notice of Meeting: Board of School Commissioners Thursday, December 9, 2021 Location: Jefferson Elementary School Work Session 5:30 PM with Business Session to follow. Dr. Shane Johnston, Director Jefferson County Schools

Six Vietnam War Era Veterans Honored

Six Vietnam War Era Veterans Honored

Six Vietnam War Era Veterans were honored at the November meeting of the Martha Dandridge Washington (MDW) Chapter, National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR). Certificates and pins were presented to the following: Daniel Eual Berney, US Air Force; Paul Fredrick Haynes, US Navy Reserve (received by Janet Guyett); Robert M. Jessee, US Army; […]

2021 August Workshop and 2020 State Awards of National and State Committees

2021 August Workshop and 2020 State Awards of National and State Committees

Due to the uptick in the Covid-19 Delta Variant, the 2021 August Workshop for the Tennessee Society, Daughters of the American Revolution (TSDAR) was held virtually for the second year. Moreover, graduation for those ladies who had completed the Members Course and New Horizons Course was formally acknowledged at a Zoom meeting on October 28. […]

Meet and Greet With Local Author Kathrine Allen

Meet and Greet With Local Author Kathrine Allen

Parrott-Wood Memorial Library (3313 W. Old. A.J. Hwy, Strawberry Plains, TN 37861) is proud to announce Meet and Greet with Local Author Kathrine Allen on Monday, December 13, 2021 at 4:30-5:30. Please call to 865-933-1311 to register or go on https://www.facebook.com/pwml321. Raised in Tennessee, Kathrine Allen has lived most of her life in a small […]

Kim Hudson- 2021 Tony Clark Award Recipient

Kim Hudson- 2021 Tony Clark Award Recipient
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