Monday Apr 14
Alabama's legendary shoe tree: Lost soles or just worn out sneakers thrown over a limb?
What possesses a person to remove his shoes, tie the laces together and toss them over a tree limb, to leave for all eternity or at least until the laces rot? Whatever the case, often when one person frees his feet, another person follows, until an entire tree is filled with shoes.
Cherokee County Home and Garden Show set for April 11-12
The 16th annual Cherokee County Home and Garden Show is set for this weekend, Friday and Saturday, April 11 and 12. Gardening, remodeling and home decor aids will be on display at Gadsden State-Cherokee Arena, 801 Cedar Bluff Road.
The National Museum of the American Indian along with two Cherokee nations will host Cherokee Days Thursday, April 3, through Saturday, April 5 in Washington, D.C. Principal Chief Michell Hicks will represent the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and Principal Chief Bill John Baker, the Cherokee Nation.
Overnight fire destroys 11 campers, 2 boats in Colbert County RV park
A fire at the Rose Trail RV Park destroyed at least 11 campers and two boats early Monday, according to AL.com's news partner, WHNT News 19 .
News9 Oklahoma City
Cherokee Nation to mark Trail of Tears anniversary
The Cherokee Nation is commemorating the 175th anniversary of the end of the Trail of Tears when thousands of Cherokee Indians were forced to relocate from their homelands in the southeastern United States to present-day Oklahoma.
Knoxville News Sentinel
The Old Man Down the Road Prong Part One
John Fogerty sang about the Old Man Down the Road. Today, the old man would hike down the Road Prong Trail - but not before going UP the Road Prong trail via the Chimney Tops trailhead! I may have been the only person starting out on the Chimney Tops trail today who was not actually going to the Chimney Tops.
Long look back
Denton composer and singer Lanelle Blanton wrote her fourth and latest cantata for the choir and soloists at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Denton.