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Tusculum Names 99 Student-Athletes to SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Tusculum Names 99 Student-Athletes to SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Ninety-nine (99) Tusculum College student-athletes have been named to the 2013-2014 South Atlantic Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll announced league officials.  The conference had 1,172 student-athletes honored for their achievements in the classroom. The SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll recognizes those student-athletes who carry at least a 3.30 cumulative grade point average and have completed at least [...]

Corker Applauds House VA Chairman Miller for Commitment to Improving and Paying for VA Bill

Corker Applauds House VA Chairman Miller for Commitment to Improving and Paying for VA Bill

U.S. Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) today applauded U.S. House of Representatives Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Jeff Miller (R-Fla.) for announcing he will find a way to improve and pay for legislation to address the problems uncovered at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). “The men and women who fought to protect and defend this [...]

Sixth Annual Operation Dry Water Weekend Set for June 27 – 29, 2014

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will be participating in Operation Dry Water, June 27-29. Operation Dry Water is a national weekend of Boating Under the Influence (BUI) education and enforcement directed toward reducing alcohol and drug-related accidents and fatalities. Operation Dry Water is held on the weekend prior to the July 4th holiday to give [...]

Knoxville Scottish Rite Foundation’s Annual Golf Tournament Announces Success with Annual Fundraiser

The Knoxville Valley of Scottish Rite Masons announced today that it’s annual golf tournament held yesterday at Three Ridges Golf Course in Knoxville has raised over $25,000 for various charities including; shoes for needy children, speech and hearing assistance for pre-school age children, ten annual $1,000 scholarships for college juniors who graduated from a high [...]

Treasury Department Hosts Workshops on College Savings

Treasury Department Hosts Workshops on College Savings

With the high costs of college tuition and the many different types of investment options, it’s understandable that many parents feel overwhelmed about how they will pay for their children’s higher education expenses. However, a program offered by the Tennessee Treasury Department can help parents develop strategies for saving the money they will need. This [...]

Last Drill Factory Camp Begins in Three Weeks

Last Drill Factory Camp Begins in Three Weeks

Carson-Newman men’s basketball’s final Drill Factory summer camp takes place in just three weeks, from July 7-11.  Assistant coach Shane Williams runs the “Drill Factory” for boys and girls in grades three-12.  All camps run 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Full payment is due with the application, which can be found here.  The camp is [...]

Pemberton Wins Knoxville Area Women’s Championship

Pemberton Wins Knoxville Area Women’s Championship

Carson-Newman women’s golfer Kelli Pemberton (Knoxville, Tenn.) won her hometown’s area women’s championship in a match play event over the weekend.  Pemberton, a rising junior, defeated Carolyn Singer 3 & 1, Robin Banner 2 & 1, and Carolyn Gilliam 2 & 1 to win it. “It means a lot to me,” Pemberton said. “I’ve had [...]

Pickett, Harper Collect Another Sand Tournament Victory

Pickett, Harper Collect Another Sand Tournament Victory

Carson-Newman volleyball’s Kristen Pickett (Cleveland, Tenn.) and Rachel Harper (Chattanooga, Tenn.) brought home another sand volleyball tournament championship.  The duo won the Nashville Beach Women’s Doubles Tournament two weeks after qualifying for National Sand Collegiate Volleyball Association’s tournament at the World Series of Beach Volleyball July 24 in Long Beach, Calif. Pickett and Harper won [...]

Tusculum Softball Listed in NCAA Statistics

Tusculum Softball Listed in NCAA Statistics

The Tusculum College softball team finished 13th in the nation in team earned run average according to the final 2014 NCAA Division II national statistics. The Pioneers end the season nationally ranked in three team statistical categories, while All-South Atlantic Conference pitcher Kelly King was listed four times, individually. Tusculum’s 2.07 team earned run average [...]

George R. R. Martin’s ‘A Feast for Crows’ Review

George R. R. Martin’s ‘A Feast for Crows’ Review

Since the show just wrapped up its season 4 finale, I figure it is time to review George R. R. Martin’s A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire: Book 4). As usual for my gradual review of this series, there will be incredibly heavy spoilers for the past entries, including one that [...]

First Paddlefish Catch Becomes State Record for Hawkins County Resident

First Paddlefish Catch Becomes State Record for Hawkins County Resident

Gene Armstrong decided to try paddlefish angling for the first time onCherokeeLake. Little did theHawkinsCounty native know his first catch of the species would etch his name into the Tennessee State Anglers Record Book. Armstrong landed what the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has certified a Class A (Sport Fishing Method) state record 95-pound paddlefish. It [...]

Unstuffed Cabbage Rolls

Unstuffed Cabbage Rolls

If you like cabbage rolls, then I think you’ll love this dish. This has all the flavor and wonderfulness of the traditional dish while being so much easier to prepare – it’s a one pot meal with no rolling! Please note – this makes a huge amount of food that could be your entire meal, [...]

Happy Without a Roof

Happy Without a Roof

For years, I’ve been lost in the misunderstood void of joyous thoughts, lyrically misrepresented. Finally, a song comes along that defines my feeling of happiness in a meaningful way. I don’t hesitate to declare my euphoric emotions. I am not ashamed I feel, most certainly, like a room without a roof. Time after time, song [...]

VBS Raises Money for Mt. Horeb Backpacks

VBS Raises Money for Mt. Horeb Backpacks

Once again Hopewell Presbyterian Church and Dandridge First United Methodist Church hosted a successful joint Vacation Bible School. This year over forty children attended the Weird Animals VBS and learned that Jesus Loves You – even if you’re left out, different, scared, do wrong or don’t understand. In the course of the week of June [...]

Harold is a 2-Year-Old Neutered Male Shepard Mix

Harold is a 2-Year-Old Neutered Male Shepard Mix

Sweet Pea is an 18-Month-Old Spayed Female Cat

Sweet Pea is an 18-Month-Old Spayed Female Cat

Sweet Pea is an 18 month old spayed female. She is declawed on her front feet.