Updated November 05, 2015 02:07:13 PM
Leaders promise assistance for CSX employees

State and local leaders gathered at Erwin Town Hall on Friday, Oct. 30, to address the future of Unicoi County and how to help those who lost their jobs following CSX Transportation, Inc.’s recent decision to reduce operations in the county – a move that has affected approximately 300 workers.

The gathering was a special roundtable meeting organized by State Senator Rusty Crowe. The different leaders each worked to address the issue of job displacement and what’s ahead for Unicoi County.

Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd took part in the meeting and told the different agencies that “we (TNECD) are going to stand with you.”  More...

Updated November 05, 2015 01:56:04 PM
Photos sought for annual calendar

The Erwin Record is now accepting entries for its annual “Images of Unicoi County Calendar.”

“I am pleased to announce that we are going to publish the calendar again this year,” Publisher Keith Whitson said. “It is so nice to see local residents and businesses enjoying this publication throughout the year. I encourage everyone to submit entries for the calendar. We would love to feature your photos of life in the Valley Beautiful.”

All photos must have been taken in Unicoi County. More...

Updated October 22, 2015 12:02:29 PM
My last run

Contributed by

Joe Barr

Last night and into this early morning has been bittersweet. I want to keep this moment, this memory, for as long as I can, so I have chosen to document it here. It’s 4 a.m. and I have just completed my last run out of Erwin on APBR A202 pool turn on CSX's former Clinchfield Route. More...

Updated October 22, 2015 12:01:25 PM
CSX reduces operations in Erwin, 300 affected

After being a mighty staple in the region over a century ago, with trains heading though the Clinchfield Route, Erwin saw part of the town’s legacy slip away last week.

CSX Transportation announced on Thursday, Oct. 15, that the CSX Erwin Terminal would be closing it’s doors and that around 300 employees would be affected by the decision.

“CSX is reducing train operations here in Erwin as a result of the significant decline in coal traffic that this region has seen over the last decade,”Melanie Cost, CSX spokeswoman, said during an impromptu-press conference with The Erwin Record and WJHL following the meeting with employees. “That means we are going to be eliminating switching operations at the yard and also closing the locomotive shop, car shop and the project shop. More...

Updated October 22, 2015 12:00:04 PM
NTSB releases preliminary report on plane crash

The National Transportation Safety Board released a preliminary accident report during the weekend from an airplane crash that took the lives of two Indiana residents on Friday, Oct. 9, on Buffalo Mountain, near the Unicoi County and Washington County line.

According to the report, the flight initially departed earlier the day of the accident from Kissimmee Gateway Airport in Florida and was en route to Monroe County Airport in Indiana, before the pilot requested to divert to McGhee Tyson Airport in Knoxville due to ‘a significant amount of thunderstorms.’

The Columbia Aircraft made landfall in Knoxville at 3:58 p.m. and began the trip back home at 6:32 p.m. Night visual meteorological conditions prevailed and an instrument flight rules (IFR) flight plan had been filed, according to the accident report. More...

Updated October 17, 2015 11:35:51 AM
High school equivalency classes begin Oct. 20

Adults in Unicoi County who haven’t earned a high school diploma will soon have the opportunity to receive their High School Equivalency (HES) diploma free of charge.

The classes, which will begin on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at Calvary Baptist Church, are being coordinated by First Frontier Adult Education.

“Primarily, it is a program that helps adults, individuals from 17 years old and above, who did not complete their high school educational process and, we’re here to help them acquire their High School Equivalency (HES) diploma,” said David Egbert, supervisor with First Frontier Adult Education. “In the past, a GED has been the nomenclatural that everybody responded to. The state of Tennessee, and most of the 50 states in the Union, no longer use GED since it is a privately owned company trademark. So now, it is an HES.” More...

Updated October 08, 2015 03:04:04 PM
United Way campaign begins

Now in its 68th year of existence, the Unicoi County United Way is gearing up for another fundraising campaign.

The organization held its kickoff breakfast on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at the Clinchfield Senior Adult Center with a host of business owners, community leaders, organizations, school officials and high school students ready to tackle the 2016 fundraising campaign.

“Each year, we have a kickoff campaign,” said Lee Brown, president of the Unicoi County United Way. “It is a way to get our community started fundraising for the upcoming calendar year. We’ve invited all of our businesses, industries and leaders from the community to be part of the kickoff campaign each year and we’ll get started and run this thing for about two months.” More...

Updated October 08, 2015 03:03:25 PM
Festival shines through rainy weather

The rainy weather didn’t put much of a damper on the 38th Annual Unicoi County Apple Festival.

The event which was held on Friday, Oct. 2, and Saturday, Oct. 3, in downtown Erwin may not have drawn the largest crowd on record, but it was still deemed a success, an event organizer said Monday.

“We had a great Apple Festival,” Unicoi County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Amanda Delp said. “The weather wasn’t great, and it kept some festivalgoers away, but the vendors I talked to said they had a successful festival.” More...

Updated October 08, 2015 03:02:37 PM
TDH urges everyone to get flu vaccine

The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) is urging the public to get a flu vaccine as soon as possible.

"Getting our flu vaccination is really about protecting other people, not just ourselves," said TDH Commissioner John Dreyzehner, MD, MPH, in a press release issued from the state. “Even those who think 'I have never been sick from the flu' have probably passed it to another person at some point. It is easier than ever to do the right thing and get vaccinated."

According to the TDH, flu vaccines are widely available throughout the state and typically only take a few minutes to receive. Those planning to get a flu vaccine can contact their healthcare provider to inquire about locations. They may also visit the Vaccine Finder online at http://flushot.healthmap.org/.  More...

Updated October 08, 2015 02:12:24 PM
Mountain Commerce announces closure of Main Avenue branch

Mountain Commerce Bank will shut down its South Main Avenue office at the end of the year, according to Bill Edwards, president of MCB.

Edwards told The Erwin Record last week that the bank is closing the office in the downtown area and will shift focus toward the second location on North Main Avenue, near the railroad overpass.

“There will be no change in customer service at all,” Edwards said. More...

Updated October 08, 2015 02:10:43 PM
MSHA, Wellmont host roundtable disccusions

Mountain States Health Alliance and Wellmont Health System hosted their fourth joint community roundtable health discussion on Thursday, Sept. 24, with Unicoi County leaders at the National Guard Armory in Erwin.

The discussions are part of a joint effort, following up the announced merger between both health organizations, to map out a 10-year plan to help the needs of those in the surrounding area, according Teresa Hicks, Corporate Director of Communications with MSHA.

“Mountain States and Wellmont are holding these meetings throughout the region to get community input on the major health challenges of the region in preparation for crafting a 10-year plan of how the potential merged organization could help address those needs,” she told The Erwin Record on Thursday. More...

Updated October 08, 2015 12:39:50 PM
New admin begins tenure

There hasn’t been a dull moment for new Unicoi County Memorial Hospital (UCMH) Administrator Eric Carroll.

Mountain States Health Alliance (MSHA) announced in August that Carroll had been chosen as the new administrator for the local hospital. Chase Wilson, who served as the chief financial officer for the Southwest Market of MSHA served in the interim following the resignation of previous administrator Tracy Byers earlier this year.

Carroll, who served as the CEO of Select Specialty Hospital in Bristol since 2013, said he was familiar with MSHA during an interview with The Erwin Record last week. More...

Updated September 17, 2015 12:43:56 PM
Specialty Tire, parent company reach milestone

Since 1994, Specialty Tire of America has been a staple in Unicoi County.

Last week, the company, and its parent company Polymer Enterprises, Inc., celebrated their 100th anniversary, according to a press release issued to The Erwin Record.

Unicoi is one location for a Speciality Tire facility that is “Made in the U.S.A.” The other is located in Indiana, Penn. The parent company is also based in Pennsylvania and has another operation locally in Piney Flats. More...

Updated September 17, 2015 12:42:48 PM
Board chooses Engle as chairman

As it is required to do each year during its September meeting, the Unicoi County Board of Education elected its chairman, vice-chairman and athletic council representative for the coming year.

Board member Lisa White nominated Tyler Engle as chairman. No other nominations were received. The board then unanimously voted, with Engle abstaining, to elect Engle as chairman.

White then nominated Steve Willis as vice-chairman. Again, no other nominations were received. The board then unanimously voted, with Willis abstaining, to elect Willis as vice-chairman. More...

Updated September 10, 2015 12:29:29 PM
Rocky Fork celebration

The pieces are in place for Rocky Fork State Park to become Tennessee’s “most popular park,” according to U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander.

Alexander, along with other members of the federal, state and local governments, celebrated the acquisition of the 100 acres of the Rocky Fork tract with a ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 2, at the Clear Branch Visitors Center in Flag Pond.

The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) helped secure acquisition of the final pieces of the property needed at the park for its full protection. The acquisition ensures the protection of wildlife habitat, water quality, recreational access and economic opportunities for Unicoi County and the surrounding community.  More...

Updated September 03, 2015 04:27:15 PM
Man charged with murder

An Erwin man has been charged by the Unicoi County Sheriff’s Department with first-degree murder following the shooting death of his wife.

Sheriff Mike Hensley said his department arrested Norman C. McKinney, 76, 149 Masters St., Erwin, on Sunday, Aug. 30, after McKinney appeared at the Sheriff’s Department Jail Annex on Jackson-Love Highway around 4:30 p.m.

“Mr. McKinney approached Deputy Austin Miller and said ‘I believe I killed my wife’,” Hensley told The Erwin Record on Monday, Aug. 31. More...

Updated August 27, 2015 02:25:44 PM
Commission overrides mayor's veto

With a 6-3 vote during a meeting on Monday, Aug. 24, the Unicoi County Commission overruled a veto made last month by County Mayor Greg Lynch regarding the panel’s decision to lower the amount the county pays for employee family insurance coverage.

The motion to override the veto was made by Commissioner Gene Wilson and seconded by Walter Garland. Voting to overrule the veto on Monday were commissioners Jason Harris, Marie Rice, Kenneth Garland, Bridget Peters, Walter Garland and Wilson. Voting against overruling the veto were commissioners Glenn White, John Mosley and Loren Thomas.

At a June meeting, the Commission voted 5-4 to approve funding insurance costs for employees who sign up for family coverage for the 2015-2016 fiscal year at the same level as the 2014-2015 fiscal year. More...

Updated August 27, 2015 02:25:14 PM
Apple Festival merchandise now available

The Unicoi County Chamber of Commerce debuted the 2015 Unicoi County Apple Festival merchandise last week.

Executive Director Amanda Delp said the Chamber is offering two types of festival shirts this year – one with a traditional design, the other with what Delp referred to as a specialty design.

“Each year, festival merchandise is a collector’s item for many,” Delp said. More...

Updated August 27, 2015 02:24:30 PM
Amateur photographers invited to enter contest

The Erwin Record and the Unicoi County Chamber of Commerce invite amateur photographers to show off their “picture perfect” photos during the Unicoi County Apple Festival.

Again this year, the Record and the Chamber will join forces to sponsor the Apple Festival “Picture Perfect” photography contest.

“We have enjoyed collaborating with the Chamber to sponsor the photography contest during the festival,” Erwin Record Publisher Keith Whitson said. “We have also enjoyed showcasing the talent of our local photographers. And we are anxious to see the works of art that will be entered in this year’s contest.” More...

Updated August 21, 2015 10:51:21 AM
UCHS pep rally set for Aug. 27

The town of Erwin and the Erwin Downtown Merchants Association will host a pep rally and bonfire in honor of the Unicoi County High School Blue Devil football team on Thursday, Aug. 27, beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Everyone is invited to attend the event, which will be held in the parking lot on the corner of Love Street and Main Avenue in downtown Erwin.

Head football coach Glenn White will speak and there will be performances by the UCHS cheerleaders and Blue Devil marching band. More...

Updated August 21, 2015 10:50:54 AM
Commission passes budget

The Unicoi County Commission voted to pass the county’s budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year during a meeting on Thursday, Aug. 13. No property tax increase was included in the budget. Also not included was funding to county employees’ family health insurance plans.

The budget passed by a 7-2 vote with all commissioners in attendance. Voting in favor of the budget were Bridget Peters, Jason Harris, Kenneth Garland, Chairwoman Marie Rice, Gene Wilson, Glenn White and Walter Garland. The two “no” votes came from commissioners John Mosley and Loren Thomas.

A packed house inside the Unicoi County Courthouse saw numerous citizens plead for a change in the budget to support the family coverage for health insurance.  More...

Updated August 21, 2015 10:50:23 AM
Deputies resign over insurance

In the wake of the Unicoi County Commission’s decision not to include funding for county employee family insurance premiums at the same level as the 2014-2015 fiscal year in the 2015-2016, two employees resigned from the Unicoi County Sheriff’s Department.

On Monday, Sheriff Mike Hensley said the two employees were Sgt. Chris Boings, who was a school resource officer also assigned to the town of Unicoi, and Deputy William Laws, who was a court officer.

“It’s hurt me and the department,” Hensley said. “I do expect more officers to leave. I know they have submitted applications. I hate to lose them, but I don’t blame them. There are no incentives to work at this sheriff’s department, especially after what has happened with the insurance.” More...

Updated August 21, 2015 10:49:42 AM
Love Chapel recognized by state

Overall student achievement landed one Unicoi County school on a list of the state’s best.

Earlier this month, Gov. Bill Haslam and Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced that Love Chapel Elementary was among the schools designated as Reward Schools.

Love Chapel, led by Principal Ben Evely, was among 170 schools recognized as being in the top five percent of schools in the state for academic achievement. More...

Updated August 21, 2015 10:48:36 AM
Unicoi BMA votes to begin search for town police officer

A decision from the Unicoi County Commission has put the town of Unicoi in a unique position.

During the committee reports portion of the Unicoi Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Monday, Aug. 17, town officials unanimously voted in favor of beginning the search for the town’s own police officer.

The town and the Unicoi County Sheriff’s Department had a contract for $100,000 that would allow two officers for patrol in the town. The contract is set to be in question because the County Commission has voted to no longer provide 100-percent coverage to family employees’ health insurance premiums on Thursday, Aug. 13.  More...

Updated August 14, 2015 01:53:23 PM
Ribbon cutting officially opens railroad overpass

Traffic delays due to trains on the railroad tracks on Second Street in the town of Erwin have nearly become a thing of the past.

State and local government officials, along with members of the Unicoi County community, took part in a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially celebrate the opening of the long-awaited railroad overpass on Monday, Aug. 10.

The railroad overpass that connects Second Street to Main Avenue off the interstate was completed in the summer for use. It is a project that had been decades in the making, according to City Recorder Glenn Rosenoff. More...

Updated August 14, 2015 01:52:28 PM
Erwin BMA passes budget

The Erwin Board of Mayor and Aldermen officially passed the 2015-2016 fiscal year budget on second and final reading during a meeting on Monday, Aug. 10, at Town Hall.

The budget, which includes a 33-cent property tax increase, passed with a 4-1 vote.

Mayor Doris Hensley was not in attendance for the meeting due to a family illness. Vice-Mayor Gary Edwards, along with Alderwoman Sue Jean Wilson and aldermen Gary Chandler and Virgil Moore, voted in favor of the budget. Michael Baker was the lone vote against the measure. More...

Updated August 06, 2015 01:14:54 PM
Mayor vetoes Commission's vote

In a letter sent to commissioners last week, Unicoi County Mayor Greg Lynch notified the panel that he had decided to veto the County Commission’s 5-4 decision to cut the amount the county funds for employee family health insurance coverage for the 2015-2016 fiscal year.

The Commission voted to make the change on July 27. This reversed the panel’s June decision to fund county employees’ family health insurance coverage at the same rate as the 2014-2015 fiscal year.

According to information distributed during the June meeting, for employees opting for family coverage on the PPO plan the monthly cost is $1,393.43 with the county funding up to $1,111.82 and the employee paying $281.61 per month. There were eight employees on this plan during the 2014-2015 fiscal year. For employees choosing family coverage on the high deductible plan the monthly cost is $1,030.30 – all of which is paid by the county. Twelve employees were on this plan during the 2014-2015 fiscal year. More...

Updated August 06, 2015 01:14:02 PM
Nolichucky Triple Threat Triathlon set for Sept. 19

The Unicoi County Chamber of Commerce is bringing a “Nolichucky style” event to East Tennessee.

Amanda Delp, the Chamber’s executive director, said last week that the first Nolichucky Triple Threat Triathlon will be held on Saturday, Sept. 19, in Erwin. This event, Delp said, has been designed to challenge the most enthusiastic competitor.

“With the growing popularity of fitness challenges across the country, the Chamber of Commerce saw a unique opportunity to coordinate the Nolichucky Triple Threat in Erwin,” Delp added. “The Chamber’s initial vision for this event was to create a competitive adventure like no other that would utilize and showcase the County’s two major recreational anchors; the Nolichucky River and the Appalachian Trail. Planning for this event has been ongoing for many months and I am thrilled to officially announce this event and see our vision begin to become a reality.” More...

Updated August 06, 2015 12:44:30 PM
Commission rescinds insurance vote

With a 5-4 vote during a regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, July 27, the Unicoi County Commission reversed what was approved with a 5-4 vote at a June meeting.

At that June meeting the Commission approved funding insurance costs for employees who sign up for family coverage for the 2015-2016 fiscal year at the same level as the 2014-2015 fiscal year.

According to information distributed during the June meeting, for employees opting for family coverage on the PPO plan, the monthly cost is $1,393.43 with the county funding up to $1,111.82 and the employee paying $281.61 per month. There were eight employees on this plan during the 2014-2015 fiscal year. For employees choosing family coverage on the high deductible plan, the monthly cost is $1,030.30 – all of which is paid by the county. Twelve employees were on this plan during the 2014-2015 fiscal year. More...

Updated July 16, 2015 04:19:03 PM
Rafter rescues cub from river

Appalachian Bear Rescue (ABR), a facility based in Townsend for orphaned and injured black bears, picked up Cub 207 last week from Unicoi County.

After being spotted by rafting guides for three-straight days, “Noli Bear,” a five-month-old cub, was rescued on Thursday, July 9, on the Nolichucky River. Since the rescue, the story received worldwide attention with stories coming from the U.S. and media outlets in the United Kingdom.

“Noli Bear is continuing to get better and gain strength inside the ABR Cub House,” ABR President Dana Dodd said in an interview with The Erwin Record.  More...

Updated July 16, 2015 04:17:35 PM
Lynch: New facility expected to promote job growth

Seven years of planning came to fruition for the town of Unicoi last week.

A groundbreaking ceremony for the Mountain Harvest Kitchen and business incubator was held on Friday, July 10, at the Unicoi Tourist Information and Tansai Art and Heritage Center.

“It is a great day,” said Unicoi Mayor Johnny Lynch. “This kitchen committee ... all the work they put into it. All the support we’ve gotten from our congressmen, senators, both state and federal … We’re very excited about this project. More...

Updated July 09, 2015 02:19:36 PM
MSHA closes land purchase for new hospital

The location of the new home for Unicoi County Memorial Hospital becomes official this week.

In an interview with The Erwin Record on Monday, July 6, officials from Mountain States Health Alliance announced they will close on the 45 acres on Jackson Love Highway near Exit 40 right off I-26 on Wednesday, July 8, – a vital step in the construction of the county’s new hospital.

“I don’t see a reason why we couldn’t close on that day,” Hank Carr, CEO of Corridor Properties and realtor for MSHA, said.  More...

Updated July 02, 2015 01:16:53 PM
UCSD finds estimated $1.2M in marijuana

The Unicoi County Sheriff’s Department found more than 1,200 marijuana plants – an estimated street value of $1.2 million – growing in a remote area of the county last week.

“This is one of the largest outdoor grows we have found,” Sheriff Mike Hensley said. “We know that marijuana is being legalized in other parts of the country, but as long as the state says it’s illegal we are going to enforce the law.”

Hensley said a Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) helicopter spotted the plants growing in three large patches on the same mountainside in the Embreeville Community of south Unicoi County on Tuesday, June 23.  More...

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• Wright returns, goes 4-4, including grand slam
• Underclassmen help Devils to wins
• Wells, Wisse win events during first meet of season
• Teams drop first two matches
• Off the Field - It just comes naturally (March 18, 2015 issue)
• Season ends for Blue Devils
• Wells takes third at meet
• Off the Field - Thinking spring (March 4, 2015 issue)
• Loss to Doak ends season for Lady Devils
• East stuns Blue Devils
• Off the Field - Not a bad idea (Feb. 25, 2015 issue)
• Blue Devils advance to region
• Lady Devils qualify for region
• Off the Field - Extra perks? (Feb. 18, 2015 issue)
• JV Lady Devils win conference tournament
• Lady Devils wrap up regular season
• Blue Devils finish fourth in conference
• Off the Field - Vance chosen as defensive coordinator (Feb. 11, 2015 issue)
• JV Lady Devils advance to championship game
• Lady Devils clinch third seed
• Struggles continue for Blue Devils
• Off the Field - Crunch time ahead (Feb. 4, 2015 issue)
• Lady Devils defeat Sullivan East
• Scoreless stretch dooms Blue Devils
• Boxing, MMA face ban by state
• Off the Field - One sport or two or three? (Jan. 28, 2015 issue)
• Jackson signs with Chattanooga State
• Ladies fall to 'Betsy
• English: Blue Devils must 'bounce back'
• Wells earns bid to indoor championships
• Off the Field - Lyle receives honor (Jan. 21, 2015 issue)
• Blue Devils snap losing streak
• Lady Devils run over Longhorns
• Erwin Knights schedule games with Ky. team
• Off the Field - JV teams keeping players busy (Jan. 14, 2015 issue)
• Success follows Lyle to King
• Ladies take third in tourney, Hayes reaches milestone
• Feeling blue: Devils lose five consecutive games

• Bennett honored with ceremony, memorial
• Chick-fil-A's leadership development program begins at UCHS
• Clothing ministry moves to Main Avenue location
• Clothing shop in downtown Erwin
• Quilt show underway at Keesecker's
• UCHS band prepares for season, trip to D.C.
• Brodeo opens on Carolina Avenue
• Tipton shares 'signs' of expression
• History, heritage on display at bed-turning
• Erwin Presbyterian members, youth travel to New Mexico for mission trip
• Back-to-school carnival big success
• Ham operators test emergency equipment
• Fred Hollier shares experiences in World War II memoir
• Unique gardening method earns Casey blue ribbon
• Metcalf retires after 12 years of service at Town Hall
• Dog Days of Summer
• Community rallies around Anders family as baby Lillian battles cancer
• Osborne reflects on trip to Nepal
• Crank Up Antique Engine Show draws crowd
• Ranger leads group on hike through park
• Remembering the Roadways
• Students participate in state auto competition
• Cash Family Pottery Show draws faithful collectors
• UCHS releases first album
• Teacher, students reunite at Special Olympics
• Troop 227 receives Bronze Award
• LEGO League members share information

• From the Publisher's Desk - Stately home holds horror of past (Nov. 4, 2015 issue)
• A Denney for Your Thought - What's in a name ... a lot (Nov. 4, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Books bring insight on war heroes (Nov. 4, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Goosebumps' brings Halloween to families (Nov. 4, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - I may have a few tricks up my sleeve (Oct. 28, 2015 issue)
• A Refreshing Knapp - Winning can make life sweet (Oct. 28, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Renovations near completion (Oct. 28, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Center observing 40th anniversary (Oct. 28, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - Spielberg, Hanks team up in 'Bridge of Spies' (Oct. 28, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Whistle absence brings eerie silence (Oct. 21, 2015 issue)
• Ready, Willis and Able - Caste tour 'racks' up excitement (Oct. 21, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Library closed this week for new carpet installation (Oct. 21, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Sicario' keeps viewers on edge of seat (Oct. 21, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Columbus sailed the ocean blue (Oct. 14, 2015 issue)
• Hood's Winks - Daddy had some weird things to tell (Oct. 14, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Library planning installation of new carpet week of Oct. 19 (Oct. 14, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'The Martian' captures creativity, originality (Oct. 14, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Center offering Medicare comparison help (Oct. 14, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - That's my toes you stepped on (Oct. 7, 2015 issue)
• A Denney for Your Thoughts - Why would the apple fall far from tree? (Oct. 7, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Library expects busy month (Oct. 7, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Center appreciates festival success (Oct. 7, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Hotel Transylvania 2' welcome family appeal (Oct. 7, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Erwin is about to get festive (Sept. 30, 2015 issue)
• Hood's Winks - Surrounding switching to fall styles (Sept. 30, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Library readies for Apple Festival (Sept. 30, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Black Mass' is serious movie on serious people (Sept. 30, 2015)
• Senior Center News - Center offers much during festival (Sept. 30, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - I need at least five bars a day (Sept. 23, 2015 issue)
• A Refreshing Knapp - Search on for 'shouting Methodists' (Sept. 23, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Language barriers met within travels (Sept. 23, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'The Visit' brings horror, thriller, comedy mix (Sept. 23, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Steps turn apples into butter (Sept. 16, 2015 issue)
• Ready, Willis and Able - Population of deer is 'edgy' situation (Sept. 16, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Queen Elizabeth II surpasses record (Sept. 16, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Transporter Refueled' brings out new stunts (Sept. 16, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Kind words go a long way (Sept. 9, 2015 issue)
• Hood's Winks - Game of love predicted by board game (Sept. 9, 2015 issue)
• Library Happening - Appreciation given for club's work (Sept. 9, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Insurgent' good rental (Sept. 9, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Fairies creating shenanigans (Sept. 2, 2015 issue)
• A Denney for Your Thoughts - Gritted bread brings back memories (Sept. 2, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Close of summer brings beach desire (Sept. 2, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Wild' depicts life of disaster and courage (Sept. 2, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Life's book has many chapters (Aug. 26, 2015, issue)
• A Refreshking Knapp - Summer brings two vacations (Aug. 26, 2015, issue)
• Library Happenings - New books reach range of interests (Aug. 26, 2015, issue)
• Senior Center News - Center looks for Olympic participants (Aug. 26, 2015, issue)
• Movie Night - 'Man from Uncle' is spy caper from past (Aug. 26, 2015, issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Local store addicting to many (Aug. 19, 2015 issue)
• Ready, Willis and Able - John Tilson's grandson shares story (Aug. 19, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Find brings back past memories (Aug. 19, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Cat hammocks donated to shelter (Aug. 19, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'The Gift' has tense mystery about past (Aug. 19, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Baker keeps tradition alive (Aug. 12, 2015 issue)
• Hood's Winks - Flight plan causes loss of sleep (Aug. 12, 2015 issue)
• In the Stars - Meteor shower to brighten up night skies (Aug. 12, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - White rocker finds new home (Aug. 12, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Rummage, bake sale planned (Aug. 12, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Rogue Nation' stands as one of year's best (Aug. 12, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Trying to erase some mistakes (Aug. 5, 2015 issue)
• A Denney for Your Thoughts - Restoration meets revitalization (Aug. 5, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Gospel singers to perform Aug. 6 (Aug. 5, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Writings of past finally available (Aug. 5, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Paper Town' is friendship (Aug. 5, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Let's open our history books (July 29, 2015 issue)
• Hood's Winks - Circuses influence history (July 29, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Elks golf tournament to help library (July 29, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - "Southpaw' step-up in boxing movies (July 29, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Wealth isn't counted in money (July 22, 2015 issue)
• A Refreshing Knapp - Budget solution offered (July 22, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Brain Games set (July 22, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Film planned for Family Fun Day (July 22, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Ant-Man' is small superhero with big screen impact (July 22, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Sometimes I'm a little 'spacey' (July 15, 2015 issue)
• Ready, Willis and Able - Columnist confesses to mess up (July 15, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Knoxville Zoo brings animals (July 15, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - New 'Terminator' goes to roots (July 15, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - My weekend was colorful blast (July 8, 2015 issue)
• Hood's Winks - Dancing bear still recognized (July 8, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Villains take stage at library (July 8, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - 'Snap' presentation on qualifications planned (July 8, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Ted 2' proves waste of time (July 8, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Please me a 'Fourth' (July 1, 2015 issue)
• A Denney for Your Thoughts - You have to care (July 1, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Still time to join reading event (July 1, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Blackhat' likely worst movie directed by Michael Mann (July 1, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - I got lucky in my upbringing (June 24, 2015 issue)
• A Refreshing Knapp - Beach offers contest for worst burn (June 24, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Focus centers on superheroes (June 24, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Smart phone, tablet tutorials offered (June 24, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Inside Out' brings originality (June 24, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - I'm quickly needing patience (June 17, 2015 issue)
• Habitat Happenings - Habitat seeks land for next family's home (June 17, 2015 issue)
• Ready, Willis and Able - Bee keeper shares bee tales (June 17, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Literary fathers impact lives (June 17, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Jurassic World' now crowned best of dinosaur series movies (June 17, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Many reflections in shine of show (June 10, 2015 issue)
• Hood's Winks - Honeymoon endures horse play (June 10, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Registration needed for programs (June 10, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Aloha' has much going for it, but comes up average (June 10, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Lots of areas open for learning (June 3, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - La Paz offers plenty to fall in love with (June 3, 2015 issue)
• A Denney for Your Thoughts - Flag Day is reminder of sacrifices (June 3, 2015 issue)
• Nerd's Eye View - Mad Max: Religion, feminism and the craziest guitarist you will ever see (June 3, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Many options ready for bored kids (June 3, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Tommorrowland' focuses on belief one can change the world (June 3, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Upcoming trips planned (June 3, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Passover is much appreciated (May 27, 2015 issue)
• A Refreshing Knapp - Genealogy study can shake tree (May 27, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Holidays offer chance for reading (May 27, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Mad Max' is disturbing with no plot (May 27, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Talk set to help with diversity (May 27, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - County has much to celebrate (May 20, 2015 issue)
• Ready, Willis and Able - Mystery quilt completed (May 20, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - Southern Spain brings blend (May 20, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Reading Program begins June 15 (May 20, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Hot Pursuit' falls short of entertaining (May 20, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Thanks given for support during festival (May 20, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Gardening seems to grow on me (May 13, 2015 issue)
• Hood's Winks - Area adds to list of favorites (May 13, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Transfer migration taking place to change library data systems (May 13, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - Some TV shows offering interest worth watching (May 13, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Specialties offered at festival (May 13, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Imagination Can Go a Long Way (May 6, 2015 issue)
• A Denney for Your Thoughts - Thoughtful gratitude: Hmmmm (May 6, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - Marrkech rated No. 1 destination (May 6, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - May brings many new offerings to patrons (May 6, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Age of Ultron' delivers (May 6, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Sometimes life gets too 'wordy' (April 29, 2015)
• Hood's Winks - Plan shows no mileage (April 29, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Book offers darker viewpoint than Grimm Brothers presented (April 29, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Amedisys to share options (April 29, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'A Most Violent Year' brings less than expected to screen (April 29, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Friend sheds some 'light' on past (April 22, 2015 issue)
• A Refreshing Knapp - More to it than winning (April 22, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - Austin offers taste of south in diversity (April 22, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - New books, DVDs, audios starting to arrive at library (April 22, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'True Story' offers drama in purest sense of word (April 22, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Some memories can't be 'beet' (April 15, 2015 issue)
• Ready, Willis and Able - Preserve local farm history (April 15, 2015 issue)
• Habitat Happenings - Spring brings much activity for Habitat (April 15, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Library has many offerings at no charge to area residents (April 15, 2015 issue)
• Nerd's Eye View - Latest NYC visit encompasses various arts (April 15, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - "Furious 7' best of franchise (April 15, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Some settling may have occurred (April 8, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Library's book knowledge can prevent many April Fool pranks (April 1, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Gospel music set for April 7 (April 1, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Gunman' leaves 'lukewarm' impression for action film (April 1, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - I am leaving well enough along (March 25, 2015 issue)
• A Refreshing Knapp - Spring sprouting all around (March 25, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - Nashville plays to tune of many interests (March 25, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Book stirs up past memories of Easter (March 25, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Sewing group helps area needs (March 25, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Run All Night' holds viewer with fast-paced entertainment (March 25, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Communities had much in 'store' (March 18, 2015 issue)
• Ready, Willis and Able - Bartering becomes yerdling (March 18, 2015 issue)
• Habitat Happenings - Habitat brings helping hand to families (March 18, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Preparations now underway for move toward new system (March 18, 2015 issue)
• Move Night - Book far better than movie with 'Before I Go to Sleep' (March 18, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - There's no place like home (March 4, 2015 issue)
• A Denney for Your Thoughts - Chairwoman is loaded for bear (March 4, 2015 issue)
• LIbrary Happenings - Summer Reading Program plans theme centered around heroes (March 4, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Whiplash' becomes available after Oscars (March 4, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Weather outside is frightful (Feb. 25, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - Marseille offers different take on France (Feb. 25, 2015 issue)
• A Refreshing Knapp - Tips given for writing bestseller (Feb. 25, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Kingsman' pleasant surprise as gentlemanly secret agent (Feb. 25, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Book on Jane Franklin leads to listing of other classics (Feb. 25, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - First, a word from our sponsor (Feb. 18, 2015 issue)
• Ready, Willis and Able - Love has many forms (Feb. 18, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - Knoxville offers variety close to home (Feb. 18, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Busy month offers much with READing Paws return (Feb. 18, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Jupiter Ascending' geared toward science fiction nerd (Feb. 18, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Talk to focus on whether property taxes can be lowered (Feb. 18, 2015 issue)
• Nerd's Eye View - 'Freak Show' curtain drops disappointment (Feb. 18, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Somehow, my heart isn't in it (Feb. 11, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - Valentine's Day offers many area option for good times (Feb. 11, 2015 issue)
• Hood's Winks - Life brings lots of questions (Feb. 11, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Changes coming with holds (Feb. 11, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Boyhood' chronicles 12 years of changes occurring in family (Feb. 11, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Programs to focus on healthy heart (Feb. 11, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - How did I get here so quickly? (Feb. 4, 2015 issue)
• A Denney for Your Thoughts - Historic site brings fresh start (Feb. 4, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - Memphis offers something for every taste (Feb. 4, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Christian fiction popular with patrons (Feb. 4, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Foxcatcher' joins trend of movies based on true stories (Feb. 4, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Billiards event beginning in February (Feb. 4, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Haggis now arriving at Gate 5 (Jan. 28, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - Tips offered for international travel case (Jan. 28, 2015 issue)
• A Refreshing Knapp - 'Softly' saying this on cancer (Jan. 28, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'American Sniper' brings real hero story to powerful movie (Jan. 28, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Library offers tutors online (Jan. 28, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - Maybe I shouldn't eat that so late (Jan. 21, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - Cusco blends Quechua with Spanish culture (Jan. 21, 2015 issue)
• Ready, Willis and Able - Hunter blows his own horn (Jan. 21, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Library offers tax form options (Jan. 21, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - ETSU pharmacy students offer tips (Jan. 21, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - 'Taken 3' brings entertainment, lacks sense (Jan. 21, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - I have some confessions to make (Jan. 14, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - Machu Picchu in breathtaking mystery (Jan. 14, 2015 issue)
• Hood's Winks - Some fuel given for thought (Jan. 14, 2015 issue)
• Library Happenings - Masterpiece Theatre captures imagination in show (Jan. 14, 2015)
• Movie Night - 'Unbroken' shows human spirit (Jan. 14, 2015 issue)
• Nerds Eye View - New Year brings entertainment buzz (Jan. 14, 2015 issue)
• From the Publisher's Desk - New Year offers fresh approach (Jan. 7, 2015 issue)
• A Denney for Your Thoughts - Resolve to allow for reflecting (Jan. 7, 2015 issue)
• Travel Talk - Plan ahead for Machu Pichu (Jan. 7, 2015 issue)
• Movie Night - Top 10 movie picks of 2014 (Jan. 7, 2015 issue)
• Senior Center News - Grant brings free exercise opportunities (Jan. 7, 2015 issue)

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